Ive been trying to add cheats for this game but nothing im doing is working. Every time i start PCSX2 it says "No codes found" in gray. I am using omniconvert and have converted codebreaker and AR max codes codes, neither of which work. The only things i can think of are that i have the CRC wrong (shouldnt be the case as i copy pasted it from PCSX2, leaving out the 0x at the begining of course), the game title is wrong inside the pnach file, or theres something im not seeing or understanding about all this.
I have the file (0F26BB77.pnach) set up like this:
gametitle=dot Hack - G.U. Vol.2 - Reminisce (NTSC-U) [SLUS-21488]
comment= .Hack gu2
// Haseo Max P Attack
And yes, i do have enable cheats checked.
03-24-2013, 11:48 AM (This post was last modified: 03-24-2013, 11:56 AM by nosisab Ken Keleh.)
The emulator's message says it is not finding the pnach itself. This can be due to wrong file name (verify if the file name is the same as the emulator's says the game's CRC is). Or the file is at wrong path (make sure it is under the cheats folder under the folder PCSX2.exe is).
Above all, if you installed at C:\Program Files... the better is uninstalling and reinstalling again somewhere else, outside any Windows folder, don't install under Documents folder also (albeit having config files there is not a problem).
Not uncommon is Windows is hiding files extension, in this case your actual file name would have invisible .txt at the end making it unrecognizable.
Edit: the above are the most common cases of failure in finding the pnach file. Tell us if needing more explanation in how to resolve some of them.
(03-24-2013, 07:48 PM)lindenbrock Wrote: Thanks, i had the cheats in my documents folder. Uninstalled and reinstalled to a folder on my desktop then put the cheats in the cheats folder there and its working perfectly.
But that's not the better solution, the Desktop is yet a Windows folder and although not so complicated like the Program Files there is another kind of issue and you should be used to not leave anything other than icon for shortcuts in there.
That's because Windows constantly polls the Desktop and having too much things in there is not good for the system general performance.
The better solution is creating a folder, let's say C:\Games and install games in there, even PC games, avoid installing under "any" Windows special folder, this may spare you from headaches.
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