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[Vulkan][Ubuntu] Bad Sector error when running mednafen_psx(sw,gl,vulkan) #158
First and foremost consider this:
Only RetroArch bugs should be filed here. Not core bugs or game bugs
[Description of the bug]
[What you expected to happen]
with retroarch using vulkan drivers, when you load a game using mednafen_psx software or hw core, it just gets stuck at PS boot screen with bad sector notice.
Steps to reproduce the bug
[Try to bisect and tell us when this started happening]
-using the same steps above to reproduce bug but set retroarch to use opengl drivers does not cause bad sector issue with mednafen_psx or mednafen_psx_hw.
RA_VERSION : 1.4.1 593d1ff
OS: Ubuntu 16.10
yeah, already found that out. weird bug to affect cdrom routines....…
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Which game? Because this is pretty normal on misapplied translations or even in some few badly made translations (that then can get fixed with a tool like error_recalc )
Just now i had various 'bad sector' errors in Akumajou Dracula X (symphony of the night japan) translation. It was because the readme had 'apply this to the first edition' but redump had the brilliant idea of naming the 'first edition' version 1.2. I thought it was just broken on the emulator when i tried error_recalc on top of the translated track and it still gave the blackscreen, minus the bad sector warnings on standalone mednafen, but no, it was actually the version.