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Ps3 Emulator V 1.1.7 Bios Fatal Error 2.5.1
i have a dual graphics card system with 2 amd rx 580s in the 4th and 5th position in my pc tower. i have an nvidia gtx 980 ti card in the first position. the issue i am having is that the emulators in android studio are only using the amd card’s drivers. i have tried a few things to get this to work but nothing is working. i have tried updating the drivers as well. i have also tried uninstalling the drivers and reinstalling them. i have also tried the following solutions, none of which seem to work.
> ps3 emulator v 1.1.7 bios fatal error 2.5.1
so i have a gpu ati radeon r9 380 in my pc but its not working with the emulator i installed android studio v3.2.1 and i tried to run the android emulator with my gpu and the emulator is only use the cpu in my pc. i also runned this on my laptop with amd gpu and the emulator is only use the cpu and when i restart my laptop it run with gpu but this laptop is not booting. i tried to run the emulator with my gpu on another pc but its working but i cant run the emulator in my android studio. i also tried to run the emulator with my laptop but it’s not working any more.
so i have the same issue as above and i have searched for 3 days to find a solution but all i found is that the emulator is only use the cpu and the gpu to work with. i even installed the same version of android studio on my gpu but still same error. i have an intel nvidia gpu so i downloaded the nvidia 440.81 drivers but it didn’t work.
i have a i5 2.5 ghz cpu, 32 gb of ram, and an nvidia gt 730 video card. i am running the ps3 emulator at a resolution of 800 x 600 and my graphics are set to the highest quality available. also, i’m running on a macbook pro 13″ (mid-2012) with os x yosemite 10.10.4.
Fortunately, most system updates and Windows updates will restore the settings from the Windows update server or Reset Your PC (if you have previously used this option), or in the case of a BIOS setup, the BIOS menu. However, it is often more time consuming to re-configure your system.
If none of these solutions work, try making a bootable disk of an operating system and try to boot from the disk. This will allow your PC to restore BIOS or UEFI settings, or boot an alternative operating system. If your PC still doesnt start, then your hard disk drive may have failed.
If your BIOS doesnt show you any settings, try connecting to a floppy disk and pressing F12 or F2 to see if that will bring up your BIOS setup. If your computer has a cmos jumper, try taking out that jumper and pressing F11 to bring up the CMOS setup. If this doesnt work, the disk might not be bootable.
I could then boot to sol26_36G.iso, it booted and then accepted the Start SS20. Then I turned the emulator off and went back to BIOS and set the Virtualization to Enabled and saved and exited. When I turned the computer on, the emulator still wouldn’t start, I kept getting the same error.
I went to the BIOS options as suggested here, I adjusted Virtualization and enabled it and saved and exited. Then, when I booted up again, I was finally able to have a server installed on a physical machine.
The only problem is that I can’t seem to boot an image. I tried only sol26_36G.iso and it doesn’t boot. I tried to save the iso in a normal.iso image and it starts up, the console says it loads and starts but when it finishes it seems to be stuck at the BIOS Loading OS, so my virtual SPARCStation is no longer usable. I tried to modify the sol26_36G.iso and only change the partition layout and neither the loading of the ISO or the rebooting changes anything.