Hi. I have downloaded the last version of MPF (which has DIC included), installed the last version of Frameworks and C++ distribution, however the program won´t start. I am using Windows 10.
What else can I do?
First I would make sure no file is corrupted for me, I have: Version 2.1-7f4921a4 make sure the hashes for the files you have match these:
PS G:\Application\MPF\net48\Programs\Creator> Get-FileHash -a md5 ./*.exe Algorithm Hash Path --------- ---- ---- MD5 3B40252DCCB2DFBFB357DD76B9A53FDD G:\Application\MPF\net48\Programs\Creator\DiscImageCreator.exe MD5 AC0C1E7422DDA2EC12765E2D905A59E1 G:\Application\MPF\net48\Programs\Creator\DVDAuth.exe MD5 E9EE2C1E59C498501A93D11A43C49B27 G:\Application\MPF\net48\Programs\Creator\E_WISE_W.EXE MD5 ECA778DCAC7B3213AE4AF676E8EC4EA3 G:\Application\MPF\net48\Programs\Creator\EccEdc.exe MD5 EF3D3C21753D3326FE97FB6B7939FCF5 G:\Application\MPF\net48\Programs\Creator\i6comp.exe MD5 6F420F6897C615E1DD66C1A722611204 G:\Application\MPF\net48\Programs\Creator\unscrambler.exe
If something is different I would redownload the program: https://github.com/SabreTools/MPF/releases
If that doesn't work try another drive if you have another one lying around.
If you're using a IDE drive with a usb adapter you might want to try to hook it up to your pc another way like directly to a IDE slot or to a PCIe to IDE adapter. Same thing with a SATA drive if you're using a SATA to USB adapter try connecting it to your motherboard sata port instead.
Try another output directory not in the root of the drive, maybe something like "D:\ISO" don't put a backslash at the end of the directory. Notice in your screenshot there's two backslashes after D: in the final command (D:\\) maybe the program should accept it I'm not sure, but it's sure worth a try.
Make sure you're not running too high on system memory when you launch the program.
Any DVD drive should be fine for PS2 but still if you want to dump CD-ROM, GD-ROM or Xbox DVDs have a look at compatible drives: http://wiki.redump.org/index.php?title= … patibility
Try to dump your game using another method like ImgBurn just to make sure your drive is not to blame
Look at the windows event viewer there should be an Overview and summary page where you can check the latest error (in the last hour) maybe there's more info there.