SNES9X Euphoria Crashes on CFW

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Dec 8, 2011

SNES9X Euphoria Crashes on CFW by loco365 at 2:40 AM (2,488 Views / 0 Likes) 14 replies

  1. loco365
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    So I use SNES9X Euphoria on my 6.20 Pro-B9 hacked PSP 2000. It worked perfectly on 5.50 Prome, but now, when I'm on the main menu of the emulator (File listings) and I press home and allow it to exit to the XMB, the PSP hangs and crashes. Would I have to sign it to get it to work properly, or what should I do? It seems that 6.20 doesn't like SNES9X Euphoria.
     
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    Wait, isn't the Euphoria build one of the old ones? Why not use the current one?
     
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    I just looked around for one, and found R4. I'm not totally sure if it's the newest, but it still crashes upon exit.

    This one, if you need to know.

    Edit: I think I found the latest version, here, but it too still crashes upon boot. I might have to report it as an issue.
     
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    Hunh, see if this one does as well.
    http://www.mediafire.com/?bjtvy2ev3ctcc5w

    A friend of mine had his crashing on any of the SNES ones exiting as well, never did figure out what was up.
     
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    Interesting. It seems I'm not the only one.

    And, that one crashes on exit as well.
     
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    I thought I'd provide a tiny update on using snes9xTYL. When it was crashing, it drew a bunch of green lines on the screen from the left to the right, then 2 seconds later, it shut off. It's only the first time it's happened, but I thought I'd point it out because it's not a normal crash and it's the first time it's happened.
     
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    Dont go to XMB n quit,go to emulator menu and then exit.
     
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    Thing is, any way that the emulator can return to the XMB (Whether it's an "Invalid ZIP File" or pressing home and pressing O to go back), it still crashes. Basically, to exit the emulator requires me to crash the PSP and reboot it. It's rather annoying.
     
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    Yeah same thing for me. But mine refuses to turn off. Therefore I have to pull out my battery D:
     
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    I dont know,i just know that when i quit by pressing Home button,i need to boot (fast recovery) my psp,so i just go to menu n exit.
     
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    Hm. Fast Recovery? I don't think I've heard of that.
     
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    It's a thing for non-full CFWs to let you boot into CFW mode quicker without the prompts.
     
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    I guess that'd be rather useless to me as I am already on CFW.
     
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    You can still try another SNES emulator
     
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    I like the SNES9x series because it has a .spc player. And, I wouldn't know of too many more. I'd have to do some hunting.
     

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