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Japanese PAR2 Codes with PCSX2
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Heya, like the title says, I'm pretty much trying to get the Japanese Pro Action Replay 2 codes to work with a game running in PCSX2.

I'm a little confused as to how I have to go about this, so if anyone wouldn't mind prodding a newbie to this around, that would be great!

I understand I need to convert the codes to RAW, but... I'm not sure how to go about converting the codes. Smile
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http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-5846.html
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#3
use maxconvert to convert your AR codes to RAW Smile
http://www.codemasters-project.net/porta...uest.php?6
Windows 7 64bit
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(04-14-2009, 06:02 AM)LuisR14 Wrote: use maxconvert to convert your AR codes to RAW Smile
http://www.codemasters-project.net/porta...uest.php?6

I've given this a shot... I've tried using both AR2 formats to RAW but when I go to paste the RAW code in PCSX2: Misc > Patch Browser and Enable Patches, the game errors out and PCSX2 closes.
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(04-14-2009, 06:25 AM)szn Wrote:
(04-14-2009, 06:02 AM)LuisR14 Wrote: use maxconvert to convert your AR codes to RAW Smile
http://www.codemasters-project.net/porta...uest.php?6

I've given this a shot... I've tried using both AR2 formats to RAW but when I go to paste the RAW code in PCSX2: Misc > Patch Browser and Enable Patches, the game errors out and PCSX2 closes.
if you give me the RAW codes, I'll make a patch for you
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#6
The two PAR2 codes I'm trying to use are

EC883A14 1456E79B

0CA5B68E 1456E7A6

Using AR2v1 gives me these RAWs:

F011B9EC 0000000E

D032356A 00000001

I'm not sure if they are correct or not though.
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#7
umm your setting the arv1 option when it should be the arv2 option Smile

EDIT: wait nvm Tongue
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Intel Pentium Dual-Core E5200 OC to 3.6GHz, Intel GMA x4500, 1GB DDR2

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#8
this is why I hack my own. no confusing converters
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#9
(04-14-2009, 06:41 AM)Saiki Wrote: this is why I hack my own. no confusing converters

I'm giving your method a shot as well: the only problem is the variable I am trying to hack is a time, meaning, the values are like 1.2 and 3.4 and so on.
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#10
try using Float then "T1.2", "T3.4" etc., and possibly is extended and not word
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