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July 8th, 2001, 05:25
Has anyone gotten this game to work in ePSXe? The compatibility list states this as working, but it just sits there with a black screen. It works on VGS, but the new dance pad I got doesn't work very well in VGS. Apparently, VGS thinks of it as a regular joystick, and thus, I can't press two opposite directions at once for those double footstep parts. So, does DDR 4th Mix work or not with ePSXe?
July 11th, 2001, 00:12
it simple :) just try Enabling CDrTiming on CD Options,
or if it doesn't work try using another bios
(oooh I want all DDR...)
July 13th, 2001, 22:45
I'm having the same probelem, i've tried many different video drivers and bios's, i have also check cd timing, but it still doesnt work, any bios suggestions would be greatly appreicated
July 14th, 2001, 15:39
Well... (sorry if this answer has something ilegal :P )
sdog... scph7502 (only works with it)... no more saying :)
July 17th, 2001, 22:50
Upps I forgot to give you a most quicker and less problematic answer (and you will get the same dancing mat/pad "error" in epsxe, fpse, psemupro, pscx, etc etc )...
If you are playing over a psx dance pad/mat and you use DirectPad, or anything else that can do psx pads to get in the PC working... you just had to think that when you pull a direction, the joystick only shows that single direction, for example, when you pull the joystick right, the direction your car/plane/caracter/whatever-else-you-think goes is right, but at the same time he can't go left cause your are pulling joystick right !! (with this, I want to say that only the first direction that is being pulled its the direction that works and if you are pulling two direct. at the same time, when you release the working one the another direct. goes working) ...so... whats the solution? its simple..., just take the joystick directions as single buttons (they can be pushed all at the same time) ... one button for up, another for left, another right and another down.
Well with DirectPad (or Similar) you can do this by setting the "Controler Type" menu to "Left Analog" . Then the directions are also set to buttons 13 to 17 or numbers around that
Byez to everybody and sorry if someone doesn't understand my english (poor english i had :P )
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