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pSX crashes on my x64/next-gen processor! What can I do?

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pSX crashes on my x64/next-gen processor! What can I do?

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A. Sometimes Date Execution Protection is enabled and it conflicts with the processes used to emulate the psx. “This can be disabled by going into Settings/Control Panel/System, go to the Advanced tab, press the Settings button next to Performance. Then go to the “Data Execution Protection” tab, change the option to ‘Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select’ and ‘Add..’ and select the executable(.exe) file for the emulator.

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A. [As of pSX 1.11, this is no longer an issue] Sometimes Data Execution Protection is enabled and it conflicts with the processes used to emulate the PlayStation. “This can be disabled by going into Settings/Control Panel/System, go to the Advanced tab, press the Settings button next to Performance. Then go to the “Data Execution Protection” tab, change the option to ‘Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select’ and ‘Add..’ and select the executable (.exe) file for the emulator.” Q.

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A. [As of pSX 1.11, this is no longer an issue] Sometimes Date Execution Protection is enabled and it conflicts with the processes used to emulate the PlayStation. “This can be disabled by going into Settings/Control Panel/System, go to the Advanced tab, press the Settings button next to Performance. Then go to the “Data Execution Protection” tab, change the option to ‘Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select’ and ‘Add..’ and select the executable (.exe) file for the emulator.” Q.

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