D&D Tactics on 5.50 Gen-D3

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Jun 9, 2010
  1. Leamonde.Halcyon
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    I know D&D has a habit of freezing sometimes, but ever since I upgraded to Gen-D3, I literally can't play it. It gets to the menu and then it locks up while doing character creation or while trying to start a new game or load a game. It can't get out of the menu far enough to actually play....

    I've tried setting all the different UMD modes, turning off all my plugins, using a clean iso....any thoughts?
     
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    Some games just don't work on GEN D3 Final. If you have Sega Rally or the US version of Jak and Daxter the Lost Frontier they both fail on it too.

    Solution for those two is to downgrade so it's probably the solution for this one too.
     
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    Ah that's a shame. I guess I'll just have to go without then
     
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    There was a way to play old games on D3, but I can't remember well.
    I think it involved the Recovery Menu.
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    Advanced -> Advanced Configuration, something to do with the
    "Plain modules in UMD/ISO" and the "Execuye BOOT.BIN in UMD/ISO"
    Try tampering with those two and see if it works.
    Just remember to set them back to normal if you want to play newer games.
     
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    Hm...I'll have to mess with that then.
     

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