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# If you are playing a game and there is a problem displaying things onscreen, or they are missing. It is most likely a problem with the "Z-Buffer Mode" which can be found in Options -> PowerVR -> Z-Buffer Mode. Set it to "D24FS8" (2nd option) and the problem with displaying the item should be fixed. (An example of this, is the small watch icon in Shenmue not displaying. By changing the Z-Buffer Mode to "D24FS8" it should fix this.)
 
# If you are playing a game and there is a problem displaying things onscreen, or they are missing. It is most likely a problem with the "Z-Buffer Mode" which can be found in Options -> PowerVR -> Z-Buffer Mode. Set it to "D24FS8" (2nd option) and the problem with displaying the item should be fixed. (An example of this, is the small watch icon in Shenmue not displaying. By changing the Z-Buffer Mode to "D24FS8" it should fix this.)
 
# Disc swapping isn't fully supported, it works for some games and doesn't work for other like D2 or RE: Code Veronica.
 
# Disc swapping isn't fully supported, it works for some games and doesn't work for other like D2 or RE: Code Veronica.
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# Plugin architecture. No fix for this.
  
 
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