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AMD - PCSX2 cheat manager! [FREE DOWNLOAD]
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AMD
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AMD is a tool developed for PCSX2. It has many features such as:

-AUTOSAVING: Autosaves file as .pnach (you can choose to autosave
as .txt or pnach)

-IMPORTING: You can choose to import a folder and it will find the cheats
listed as .pnach, or you can choose to import a file one-by-one, and the textbox will process and read the folders/files.

EXPORTING: You can save your cheats as well as .pnach (pnach only at the moment)

RECENT ITEMS: When you import a file one: by one: it will store it
in a dropdown box, and when you right click on the text, it will drag the contents of the item into the cheats section.
 
                                                            ...etc
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AMD autosaves the autosave file in the same place you selected a folder
to import your cheats. .PNACH & .TXT is supported for this feature.
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#2
bump..
#3
?

What is this supposed to do that you can't do manually yourself just as easily? And why would you want to save pnach files as .txt anyway. They don't function that way.


[Edit] That sure is a lot of 'false positives' btw...
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#4
I can't even download the file to check it myself.
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#5
13 false positives and on the virustotal page it's says that avast label it as "safe file" but when I try to download it block it twice.
Better do something about those "false positives"...1 or 2 is fine but 13,no thanks.

You didn't even post a picture of it,just some huge text
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(05-08-2016, 09:03 PM)vsub Wrote: 13 false positives and on the virustotal page it's says that avast label it as "safe file"  but when I try to download it block it twice.
Better do something about those "false positives"...1 or 2 is fine but 13,no thanks.

You didn't even post a picture of it,just some huge text

Actually 31 'false positives' now. Did a rescan of it, and Avast is listing it as unsafe as well.

https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/e9bf8.../analysis/
Intel Core i5-4670K @ 3.40GHz | 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3-1866 G.SKILL Sniper Series
AMD Radeon R9 280 @ 3 GB | 120GB SSD | Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (SP1)
#7
Damn, try to contribute to the community and still get shitted on.
***** this website
#8
(05-26-2016, 02:51 PM)RTF Wrote: Damn, try to contribute to the community and still get shitted on.
***** this website

sorry, but we welcome educated & civilized people here.
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Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
#9
For the record:
You can't blame people for being suspicious of random .exe files. People need to be wary of trojans.
When you release something and you don't want to share your source code (which is fine), then at least make sure it passes virus scans.
Otherwise this thread is the expected result.




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