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RadeonUser 17th December 2008 05:52 AM

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That rom should be fine the (M4) just means that it's a multilingual rom and has the option to switch between 4 languages.

I just finished testing out the E version and found the problem you're getting.

Unzip the file I've included into your Project 64 install directory and replace the current file that's there.
By default PJ64 is installed in C:\Program Files\Project64 1.6\

I haven't tested too far but it should no longer crash.

zambonidriver104 23rd April 2009 10:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RadeonUser (Post 5076)
That rom should be fine the (M4) just means that it's a multilingual rom and has the option to switch between 4 languages.

I just finished testing out the E version and found the problem you're getting.

Unzip the file I've included into your Project 64 install directory and replace the current file that's there.
By default PJ64 is installed in C:\Program Files\Project64 1.6\

I haven't tested too far but it should no longer crash.

I was having the exact problem and this worked great! Thanks a lot!

pascaliedema 5th May 2009 02:13 PM

problem with graphics paper mario
 
I have a problem with paper mario. When i'm playing paper mario the screen is flashing nearly whole the time. Is there somebody else who got this problem too? I run this game on project 64 1.6. The same is with Yoshis Story, but that will be discussed in another forum.

wildgoosespeeder 5th May 2009 07:52 PM

Project64's GameFAQ will tell you why it happens.

IgnacioUC 28th June 2010 01:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RadeonUser (Post 5076)
That rom should be fine the (M4) just means that it's a multilingual rom and has the option to switch between 4 languages.

I just finished testing out the E version and found the problem you're getting.

Unzip the file I've included into your Project 64 install directory and replace the current file that's there.
By default PJ64 is installed in C:\Program Files\Project64 1.6\

I haven't tested too far but it should no longer crash.

Thank you very much!
I had that problem and this fixed that.

JDM 30th July 2010 11:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RadeonUser (Post 5076)
That rom should be fine the (M4) just means that it's a multilingual rom and has the option to switch between 4 languages.

I just finished testing out the E version and found the problem you're getting.

Unzip the file I've included into your Project 64 install directory and replace the current file that's there.
By default PJ64 is installed in C:\Program Files\Project64 1.6\

I haven't tested too far but it should no longer crash.

I reuploaded the file into my Project 64 1.6 folder and it replaced the old one, but I'm still having the same problems. (graphic glitches at the start of every fight and at random cutscenes)

Any suggestions?

HatCat 30th July 2010 11:22 PM

If you know you're using the PAL (E) version, send some pictures of the kinds of glitches you get to show where the issue may be?

JDM 31st July 2010 06:36 AM

http://i833.photobucket.com/albums/z...T/Untitled.png

http://i833.photobucket.com/albums/z.../Untitled3.png

and

http://i833.photobucket.com/albums/z.../Untitled2.png

The second picture is just one of my save files saving on every file location. Happens whenever I save.
Also, when I tried to use Goombario's tattle ability, the game crashed.

and how do I know if I'm using the PAL (E) version...? Sorry if that's a stupid question.

HatCat 31st July 2010 01:47 PM

No problem, if you have Project64 set to use the ROM browser (in which case there is a list of games "installed" to Project64 when you start up the program), right-click the entry for the version of Paper Mario you use, then pick "Rom Information". Should output all kinds of details for the specific version of the game you have installed.

JDM 1st August 2010 09:14 AM

I re-open the games I play from my Project 64 ROM file, and I see the blank space all the time, but it doesn't keep a list of the games. Maybe because I run it as administrator?

And by right-click the entry, do you mean the Z64 file in the folder?
Or does it have to be in the list?

And thanks for helping me out.


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