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Changing time and/or date
#1
How do I change time and/or date in PCSX2?
I'm about to fight The End in Snake Eater, but I'm too lazy to hunt him.
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#2
change it in your BIOS, like you would do on your PS2
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#3
My PCSX2 pulls system time at startup, so just change that a week later before opening PCSX2. Then set it back. Either way works.
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#4
How about using the program RunAsDate...I'm not sure how safe it is(I can't give you names(I don't remember) but I encounter problems before with some programs while doing that) to change the date from windowd to some date in the future and then restore it
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#5
I saw in another emulator for another console that you could set your own time and date and completely ignore your PC's values.
Perhaps PCSX2 should implement something similar?
OS: Windows 10 Home x64
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16 GiB DDR3
Motherboard: MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition
CPU: Intel Core i5 4690K 3.50 Ghz
Storage: Crucial MX3000 500 GiB SSD
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#6
PCSX2 did not use the system time before
There are plenty of ways to make the game think it's some time in the future(you can even edit your save)
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#7
Screw changing the time. I sniped The End at the docks instead lol.
OS: Windows 10 Home x64
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1080 Ti
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16 GiB DDR3
Motherboard: MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition
CPU: Intel Core i5 4690K 3.50 Ghz
Storage: Crucial MX3000 500 GiB SSD
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#8
you can just boot to start up screen of ps2. Launch without a ISO selected change console time and attach ISO back to it. AS long as it isn't a save state it will change the ingame time.
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#9
Oh wow, I had no idea you could do that in PCSX2.
Apparently it jumps back to whatever date it currently is again as soon as I exit the BIOS. Oh well.
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Storage: Crucial MX3000 500 GiB SSD
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