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Making .pnach files
#1
Just can't seem to make them work.
Could someone please tell me what I'm doing wrong.

So I got these codes

I took Multi Converter and inputed:

P1 INF SP
200A0018 8C220168
200A001C AC22016C

And got out:
As CBv7=
gametitle=Dynasty Warriors - Gundam 2 (NTSC-U)
//P1 INF SP
patch=1,EE,65FADB39,extended,53F33BA5
patch=1,EE,F62B99C1,extended,270F6055

As CBv1=
gametitle=Dynasty Warriors - Gundam 2 (NTSC-U)
//P1 INF SP
patch=1,EE,2A4503C1,extended,8C220168
patch=1,EE,2A44FFC1,extended,AC22016C

I even tried the CBv1 as:
gametitle=Dynasty Warriors - Gundam 2 (NTSC-U)
//P1 INF SP
patch=1,EE,0A4503C1,extended,8C220168
patch=1,EE,0A44FFC1,extended,AC22016C


Any help to clear up my confusion would be most welcomed.
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#2
They're already RAW codes, so you don't have to convert those.

// P1 Inf. SP
patch=1,EE,200A0018,extended,8C220168
patch=1,EE,200A001C,extended,AC22016C
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#3
I tried that as well, still would not work.
Tried many different programs and games with different code formats, including the original codes. They all fail. Just not sure what I'm doing wrong. Most crash the game, some will run fine, but the codes have no affect.
This systems seems overly complex. Laugh
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#4
What's the CRC and region code of your game? (SCUS/SLUS/SCES, etc)?

(You can see this in the Log Window of PCSX2 when you boot the game).
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#5
SLUS= 218.73;1
CRC = BFB1109F
Disc region type = NTSC
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#6
// Infinite SP (ALT 1)
patch=1,EE,20243EA4,extended,10000003

// Infinite SP (ALT 2)
patch=1,EE,0024371C,extended,00000001


Give both of these a try. (try Alt 1, first, if that doesn't work, try 2)
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#7
ALT 2 worked!
Can you please explain how you got it? Smile
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#8
I will shamelessly plug my tutorial on how to make pnach files from codes. You can find it here:
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-A-simplis...or-dummies

Happy hunting!
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#9
I actually used that guide =p
I guess my issue is not being able to tell what is raw, codebreaker, gameshark, ect.
So guess I'll look that up.
Thanks for the guide, it did teach me how to make a pnach.
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#10
(10-06-2014, 09:44 PM)Gwydion Wrote: I actually used that guide =p
I guess my issue is not being able to tell what is raw, codebreaker, gameshark, ect.
So guess I'll look that up.
Thanks for the guide, it did teach me how to make a pnach.

If you don't know when a cheat's raw, then simply take a look at some game's cheats. You'll discern a pattern going on. cheats usually start from 0, 1, 2, 4, D. I think there are a few more special addresses but these are the most important ones.

Also many cheats are serial, meaning their addresses actually follow up one after the other in order. If you know they're serial but the values you have at hand look like a garbled hexadecimal mess, you can be certain they're not raw Tongue2
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