first thx alot fuzzy , is there no way to get it back from special to normal if i would know that the other editor make the problems i would use yours only sry for the problems and one more time big thx
first fuzzy thx alot for the great help , but idint work i try what u have tell me but it shows no effect so i think to start from 0 again -.- but its not your fault the next time i should watch about the software
Edit: my fault now that i have started everything as admin on Windows 7 now it works , thx alot for your software it safe me alot gaming time thx alot for the hardwork.
(07-31-2009 09:16 AM)fuzzymillipede Wrote: [ -> ]I have written a save-editing utility for FFX. Please post any questions or comments regarding the use of FFXED with PCSX2 in this thread and I will address them as soon as I can.
1. Use mymc to extract your FFX save as a PSU from your virtual memory card. The virtual memory cards are in the "memcards" folder within the main PCSX2 directory.
2. Edit the PSU save in FFXED.
3. Use mymc to stick the edited PSU save back into your virtual memory card.
Go here for a video of FFXED being used with PCSX2.
If FFXED doesn't start up when you double-click it, first make sure you have the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment installed on your machine. If you have installed Java and FFXED's JAR file is not associated with Java and some other program runs when you double-click it, run Jarfix.
Quote:If you are using a PS3, you can transfer saves to and from the PS3 without the PSV format by following these instructions. Basically, the idea is to trick Swap Magic into booting uLaunchElf, which can easily transfer saves without any hassles. Once you get it working, it is really a very simple method to use. If you don't have Swap Magic, you can try this method. PS3 save conversion services can be found here and here.