help with XPS & XPS mod-pass (anti-mod disc patcher) –
i found my way into xiaNaix's old site (http://xiaNaix.net/) and i found a nice and cheap solution in dealing with the psx anti-mod game protection (XPSz/anti-mod disc patcher) that my old-school MM3 chip is helpless to bypass as i don't have the newer stealth 2. i don't feel like spending extra cash to get a newer chip and desolder the older one.
i already ripped a couple of games (made during or after 1999) and i either get the anti-mod screen (ghostbusters screen) in jap or in english.
1. i have integrated the modpass 1-3 archive patches in the XPSz directory and also had to add a certain .dll file that was missing from XPSz into my win32 folder in order to run it properly with vista (it blows).
2. as the program launches, the GUI panel pops up but the language is completely unreadable. my guess is that i'm perhaps missing some kind of driver or something related to windows vista not being able to fully run this program.
GUI panel picture link: http://i497.photobucket.com/albums/rr340/ln81/pic1.jpg
3. do i need to have a certain specific patch for the pertaining game in order to patch the iso?
@garyOpa: i'm glad to see that your still into the original psx scene and i'd sure would like your help in this issue. so hook a brother up man.
edit: i found another patcher that is up to date and a site that has a big list of ppf anti-mod patches for a lot of games.
Last edited by noetikos; 07-06-2009 at 02:59 PM.
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