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PCSX2 reading my european bios as japanese.
#1
I dumped bios from my ps2 77004 and in pcsx2 its readed as "Japan v02.20(10/02/2006) Console" and i cant load my european Gran Turismo 4 from CDVD full and fast.
Any help will be appreaciated and thanks in advance.
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#2
Maybe something went wrong during the dumping process
Open the bios file in any hex editor,and go to this position 0x35B0
You will see something like this as a text 0200JC20060210
Change J to E
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(04-28-2020, 11:53 AM)vsub Wrote: Maybe something went wrong during the dumping process
Open the bios file in any hex editor,and go to this position 0x35B0
You will see something like this as a text 0200JC20060210
Change J to E
Thanks for reply.
I opened all 5 files in hex editor and when i click search i could not found those lines (i copy and pasted both lines you writed here).
Maby i do something wrong, i use mcboot in memory card, go to file broswer select my pendrive with dumper and after 5 min i turn off console coz nothing else could be done (all 5 files are done in 10 sec).
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#4
I have the same issue with my 77001 bios, from what I remember the slim ps2s became universal or something, making them show incorrect language. However the browser is in the current language you dumped it as
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#5
But my european bios showed as japanese do not run Gran Turismo 4 (my only game right now), bios is loading normaly but game do not load (full boot) or shows first screen (legal stuff) that dissapear and nothing happening, game do not go beyond that point (fast boot).
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(04-28-2020, 01:37 PM)RadekNeli1987 Wrote: Thanks for reply.
I opened all 5 files in hex editor and when i click search i could not found those lines (i copy and pasted both lines you writed here).
Maby i do something wrong, i use mcboot in memory card, go to file broswer select my pendrive with dumper and after 5 min i turn off console coz nothing else could be done (all 5 files are done in 10 sec).

You can't find that with a search,go to that address(it's shown on the left side of your hex editor)
0x35B0


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(04-28-2020, 04:02 PM)vsub Wrote: You can't find that with a search,go to that address(it's shown on the left side of your hex editor)
0x35B0
Thanks for reply, but there is no such line, best i found was 000035B0, so i have 8 numbers or letters and there never is small x, every letter is big.
Maby i have weird bios.
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#8
0x is indicating a hexadecimal address
nvm,the address is 000035B0
Show me a picture of what you see and I will tell you what to change
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(04-28-2020, 05:05 PM)vsub Wrote: 0x is indicating a hexadecimal address
nvm,the address is 000035B0
Show me a picture of what you see and I will tell you what to change
Thank you for reply.


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(04-28-2020, 04:30 PM)RadekNeli1987 Wrote: Thanks for reply, but there is no such line, best i found was 000035B0, so i have 8 numbers or letters and there never is small x, every letter is big.
Maby i have weird bios.

try this

address is 0007FF00

so find this
30 32 32 30 4A 43 32 30 30 36 30 39 30 35 0A 00

replace with this
30 32 32 30 45 43 32 30 30 36 30 39 30 35 0A 00

just changes the 4A to a 45 to make it a E
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