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I could really use some help with Pnach files
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So i'm playing legion legend of excalibur, and I've done a little bit of research into pnach files, because the game is just to freaking hard.

So far this is what my file looks like

Gametitle=Legion - Legend of Excalibur (NTSC-U)
Comment=SLUS_200.48 CRC=C4ECF541

// Must Be On
//patch=1,EE,0E3C7DF2,extended,1853E59E
//patch=1,EE,EE8EFCEE,extended,BCCDFCE2
// Tons Of Money
patch=1,EE,D16DE7CE,extended,C19E7B82
// Arthur Max Health
patch=1,EE,D16DD652,extended,E3B8C292
// Arthur Max Stamina
patch=1,EE,D16DD5A6,extended,E3B8C292
// Arthur Max Attack
patch=1,EE,C16DD5A8,extended,BCA99E6B

I've read somewhere that the Must be on codes don't matter. I've tried it
with it on and off but it doesn't seem to make a difference.
Any help I could get would be very much appreciated.
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#2
Those dont look like they have been converted to RAW. Use Omni Convert to convert them to RAW then use PCSX2CE to convert it to a proper pnach file.

Thats what I do and I rarely have an issue.
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#3
Just to stress this, what i have now does not work.
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#4
Thanks, gonna try that out real quick.
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#5
AWESOME, it worked. Not sure why I haven't heard of omniconvert. Thanks again man
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(09-17-2013, 11:40 PM)lorddenoche Wrote: AWESOME, it worked. Not sure why I haven't heard of omniconvert. Thanks again man

Just to be clear, you don't need to use master codes ever in PCSX2. They're strictly meant to be used by the software they were designed for and nothing more.
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