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out of memory error with cb9.22
out of memory error with cb9.22 –
i keep gettin out of memory error with the 9.22 elf. ive tried cbv10 which works but i need to unpack that to edit hex.
i have the same issue with cb9.3 which works but cant run custom day1 files. all the files are patched but no luck.
can some1 help me sort the out of memory error please thnx
Delete games you'll never play from the code list.
cant get into cb9.22 to delete codes.....the first thing it shows is out of memory (00f0addd) size 12.
As I see it, three possibilities exist here:
Originally Posted by cold4ire
1: Your CB elfs are incorrectly patched, with this memory outage being a bug symptom.
For this case the obvious solution is to start over, patching clean elfs known to work.
But as you say you tested several versions already, this possibility has a low probability.
2: Your CB elf is correctly patched, but you are running it without free room on the HDD, or without HDD and without sufficient free space on the MC. I don't think this should result in the kind of message you describe though, so that also has a low probability.
3: Your CB elfs are correctly patched, but something is wrong with an existing cheat collection and or CB settings.
For this case the only possible cure is to erase cheat collection and settings, for which there are two different methods, and you may even need to perform both, depending on what versions you tried and what equipment you had connected when doing it.
All modern versions of CodeBreaker (certainly 9.2 and higher) will use an IDE HDD (when available) to store both cheats and settings, and will only store them on MC if no such HDD is available. So if you have at any time used CB without HDD, then you will have a PCB 'gamesave' on that MC, and if you have at any time used CB with HDD then you will also have a PCB partition on your HDD. And in order to eliminate all old cheats + settings you will need to erase both that MC 'gamesave' and the HDD partition.
The precise name of the MC 'gamesave' folder is just "PCB", and you can easily find it and delete it using the uLE FileBrowser.
The precise name of the HDD partition may vary with versions, but should be very similar to this: "PP.SLUS-20202.1108.PCB" (the "1108" part is the one I think may vary). Note that this partition will not be visible in the uLE FileBrowser, as that partition is not compatible with normal file handling. But you can find and remove that partition by using the uLE HddManager instead.
Best regards: dlanor