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NTSC to Pal –
is there a program to convert cheat code ntsc to pal???
Not to my knowledge. What you are referring to is technically known as 'region porting' to code hackers. To understand why a straight conversion is difficult you must understand what 'cheat codes' are. They are modifications to memory addresses being accessed by the PS2. A master code allows you to hook into a memory address and insert your own value to overwrite the original. A game made for one region is likely to be using different memory addresses for different things at different times than one for another region. Basically there are differences (e.g added content, bug fixes) which means the address won't be pointing to the same instruction. It is difficult to automate the process. Think about it. How would a program know that 00393329 for an America game corresponds to 00393419 in a European one?
However, it is not impossible to port said codes but don't expect 100% success every time. We must do it the manual way. On the game disc are linux exutable files normally named as SLUS/SCUS (for American/Canadian released games) SLPM/SLPS (for Japanese) and SLES/SCES (for European). Those are the main types. People take the file for the two regions they are porting and disassemble the content in a disassembler known as PS2dis They open one instance for the region that that they are porting and another for the region they are porting to. So for example, you have codes for an American region game that you wish to port for a European region game. You open one instance of PS2dis and drop the SLUS/SCUS file inside and select 'invoke analyzer'. You open a second instance of PS2dis and drop the SLES/SCES file inside and select 'invoke analyzer'. From there it is a case of comparing the codes......Do you know this or should I go on?
Those are the basics and I'm not sure on your level of knowledge. You can learn most of what you want to know from these sites or just post the codes and I'll try to give a worked example for you:
Slim PS2 ~ SCPH-77003 ~ FMCB v1.8b ~ UK