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Help with Gamesave: Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3
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Tongue 
Hello!

I'm new in the forum and first of all i want to thanks a lot to the people who create pcsx2 they really did a good job... thanks for giving me a lot of fun remembering the old times... ohhh by the way I'm sorry for my english Wacko

Well i have this problem with the gamesaves of Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3.
The thing is i downloaded the gamesave of the game to have all the characters and when i do all the process of using the ps2 save builder and making the iso and everything its ok.
But when i enter to the game is like it doesn't read the memory card and i don't know why this is happening... i tried download the gamesaves from different websites, using an older version of pcsx2, using different bios, using differents gamesaves from North America/Europe/Japan and it doesnt work... and when i go to the bios of the ps2 to check the memory card the data its perfect it doesn't say corrupted or anything...

And i did the same process for Naruto Ultimate Ninja 5 and it worked perfectly.

the iso file is ntsc and pal it gives me the option of chose at the beginning..
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Normally you need just MyMC to directly import the saves, be it in max, xps, cbs...

Now, your case seems to really need ps2save-builder for you probably need to edit fields in the imported save. Sorry I can be more specific at the moment, I'm coming from a major HD crash that trashed everything from games to multimedia... je divague...

do a normal save and confer the file name, make sure it match that of the save. If not, edit the imported save in ps2save-builder and this should care of the problem.
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(07-12-2010, 10:06 AM)nosisab Ken Keleh Wrote: Normally you need just MyMC to directly import the saves, be it in max, xps, cbs...

Now, your case seems to really need ps2save-builder for you probably need to edit fields in the imported save. Sorry I can be more specific at the moment, I'm coming from a major HD crash that trashed everything from games to multimedia... je divague...

do a normal save and confer the file name, make sure it match that of the save. If not, edit the imported save in ps2save-builder and this should care of the problem.

Man thanks a lot!!! Problem Solved!!! i did the normal save and confer the file name and now its working perfect!! and thanks for the MyMC i didnt know it was that easy to import the saves...
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