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Need some help converting a Cheat Engine code to PNACH
#1
Hi everyone! I'm new to the forums and I am currently trying to convert a cheat engine code to a .PNACH file so I can patch it onto an ISO using PS2 Patch Engine. I'm using the Sly 3 demo from the Jampack Demo Disc Volume 13 (SCUS-9792). Its just the Sly 3 demo with no other games. The code I'm trying to convert is 2037048E 07940000. Please help!
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#2
In pcsx2 case,what you see in cheat engine it is the same in pnach
patch=1,EE,2037048E,extended,07940000

The first digit of the address is changed depending on the value type in CE
For byte,you use 0
For 2 bytes you use 1
For 4 bytes you use 2
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#3
(04-04-2018, 10:33 PM)vsub Wrote: In pcsx2 case,what you see in cheat engine it is the same in pnach
patch=1,EE,2037048E,extended,07940000

The first digit of the address is changed depending on the value type in CE
For byte,you use 0
For 2 bytes you use 1
For 4 bytes you use 2
So when I make the pnach I can patch it onto my iso with no problem? What would I name the file?
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#4
You are not patching the iso but you are forcing certain value in ram\memory
The Pnach system is doing the same thing as Cheat Engine
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#5
(04-05-2018, 05:05 PM)vsub Wrote: You are not patching the iso but you are forcing certain value in ram\memory
The Pnach system is doing the same thing as Cheat Engine

I know but I'm patching the pnach file onto the iso so I can run it through OPL on my actual PS2.
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#6
I remember there was something about that but it was long time ago I read any forums related to doing something on your PS2.
Didn't OPL had a build in cheating feature so you don't have to patch the iso.
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#7
(04-05-2018, 06:38 PM)vsub Wrote: I remember there was something about that but it was long time ago I read any forums related to doing something on your PS2.
Didn't OPL had a build in cheating feature so you don't have to patch the iso.

I don't recall that. I'll have to do some research.
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#8
Probably some of the latest versions...first it was sepparate program but then it was builded in into OPL
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