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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby slanseith » Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:34 pm

well, i've got this problem too... on TB1

i tried 3 release (pal)
.cue is ok
pocket iso found all music files
i've put CD and all sound too "0"

i never passed the menu screen ....

if someone have an idea ;)

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby schtruck » Wed Mar 03, 2010 3:53 pm

if you put CD sound to 0, it won't work because CD sound to 0 mean no audio cd emulation....

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby slanseith » Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:03 pm

ok thx
but even with all sound ON, i can't pass the Start menu ...

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby i900frenchaddict » Mon Mar 08, 2010 7:02 pm

here are the gamelist lines for Tomb raider 1
[sles_004.85]
License=sles_004.85
Name=Tombraider
Notes=
Status=2
Status_HLE=2
Flags0=0
Patch=


So maybe verifying the license name via the Fpse.log in the root of the device memory could worth a try?

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby valgusk » Mon May 03, 2010 10:12 am

Hi. I too can't get past the menu.
I've tried every single pal tr1 image i could find (that is >6 different image files).
The .bin, .img, .mdf files i had played the audio tracks in windows media player, so i think i had proper image files.
I used pocketiso 3.2 and tried it with and w/o ripping to mp3 and with and w/o maximum compression.
I used FpseCE 0.1 with sound enabled and many combinations of other settings.
The only thing i didn't understand is:
So maybe verifying the license name via the Fpse.log in the root of the device memory could worth a try?

Could anyone please tell me what i might be doing wrong?

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby i900frenchaddict » Tue May 04, 2010 10:53 am

open fpse.ini, find EnableHLE=off and put it on

then start tomb raider a few seconds (or minutes it doesn't matter) and close it

go to the root of your device memory (not the SD card) and find fpselog
open it, you'll see something like "sles_004.85"
that's the licence number of your game.

Verify that, in the gamelist file (into fpsece folder), the licence is the same. If not, replace the one of the gamelist by the one you've found in the fpselog

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby valgusk » Tue May 04, 2010 1:12 pm

Thanks for the response. Still nothing.
Here's what i've got in pocketiso before processing iso:
Image
I also have tried different compression and ripping mp3 and i tried using uncompressed bin/cue with FpseCE.

And that's the cd drive contents in daemon tools (a German pal version, you can clearly see the licence):
Image
And thats what i get in the log file:

Code: Select all

Initializing system...
---------------------------------------------------------
(.) Allocating memory blocks...
(.) Initializing hardware resources...
-> (x) Failed SPU load.
-> (.) Looking for skin size 240x50.
-> (.) SCEI zone selected.
(.) Geometry Transformation Engine...
-> (.) Using Portable GTE engine.
(.) Motion Decoder Engine...
-> (.) Using Portable MDEC engine
(.) Initializing BIOS resources...
-> (.) HLE enabled.
(.) Loading files...

Opening console...
---------------------------------------------------------
Inizialize ISO9660 sub-system.
exename = sles_004.86
Found sles_004.86 license in archive
name=Tombraider
notes=
status=2
opt_flags=0
Flushing instruction cache.
Optimized MIPS_Sleep used! (Rev 1)
Shutting down compiler...


And the gamelist.ini:

Code: Select all

[sles_004.86]
License=sles_004.86
Name=Tombraider
Notes=
Status=2
Status_HLE=2
Flags0=0
Patch=


All sound is on of course.
UPD:
that makes 5 days of searching and still nothing. It was a hard-to-get game on pc emulators too not so long ago.
i guess it just means that piracy is a no-no and there will be no perfect iso on the net.
My advice: don't waste your time and buy yourself the game if you read this!

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby schtruck » Tue May 04, 2010 10:04 pm

Yes you're right, the Cue file must be perfect or this game will lock after pressing start, but anyway if you don't hear music at main screen just pressing start, this mean cue file was bad...

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby valgusk » Wed May 05, 2010 1:40 pm

Thanks for confirming. Could you please tell me how you created your 'good' bin/cue in case i manage to buy the original cd?
I believe there's no tutorial on 'cue' files here on the forums

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Re: Tomb Raider

Postby i900frenchaddict » Thu May 06, 2010 6:45 am

From the original CD, you'd better create an .iso instead of a .bin/.cue (at least, I think so)


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