View Full Version : Chrono Cross problem
July 18th, 2001, 01:23
alright, when a few things happen in Chrono Cross (one example is heading into the Bend of Time) the majority of the screen goes black, with just a little strip down at the bottom where you can see. Now im inside the burning house, and i can only see that strip! the fire sprites show up, but not my character or anything else in the background. is there any way to fix this?
July 18th, 2001, 02:36
try to press f4.
It could work...
July 18th, 2001, 02:39
nope, F4 didnt work. and oh yea, im running Petes video driver if that helps anyone...
July 18th, 2001, 16:13
You can fix this (acceptably) by turning on full vram primitives... I think, don't quote me on it, but it's definitely one of the options in the plug-in config - press del in game and use page up and page down to select the options, home and end to turn them on and off. Do this in turn until it works! Although don't bother with the first two as they are just frame rate stuff. Sorry I can't be more precise, it's been a while.
July 21st, 2001, 16:44
try use Framebuffer textures to 0/2
July 22nd, 2001, 11:38
could be the same error from the fort .
July 25th, 2001, 18:49
Yes, i think this prob. also the same with the one on fort dragonia...
Why don't you go find complete walkthrough with screenshots... i think psx.ign.com has the CC w/through with pic but i don't sure whether the pic u want are there!!!Just try!!!
July 13th, 2006, 06:09
I also have the problem of Chrono Cross in the burning house episode I only get to see a little line at the bottom and its very slow, I have tried all what you said but still have no answer from the emulator, I am using epsxe152, please help me, perhaps another video plugin for that part of the game.
July 13th, 2006, 09:03
wow, you're only 2 weeks away from reviving a FIVE YEAR OLD THREAD!! yay!! man, i haven't seen any actual, genuine, 5 year old thread revivals yet. you were almost my first!
anyway, try peops software plugin, if that doesnt work, then make your own thread restating the problem and listing the things you tried.
for future reference, unless you are having the exact exact exact same problem (and there are many exceptions to this), make your own thread. it's better to make a new thread explaining the problem (and possibly linking to an older one you found) rather than hijacking/reviving another thread.
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