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Simple question... 1456e7a5
Simple question... 1456e7a5 –
I have an older gameshark2 (v1.9) that uses the 1456e7a5 'type' encryption.
I've read countless threads now on how to use and convert with the PS2 Code Decoder, and am still rather confused if I'm doing anything wrong (being that none of my codes are working).
After checking other [M] codes from other games pre-installed on my GS2, they almost always use the 1456e7a5 style format for the code.
So simply put, how do you convert the Enable code Codebreaker to GS2 v1/2 [M]?
Here's the example of what i'm working with so far:
Drakengard Enable for Codebreaker is-
I put that in the Input side, and select Xploder/Code Breaker.
On the Output side, I select Action Replay(GS v1/2) and it gives me-
According to the all the 'guides' there's no keycode for me to enter for this type of encryption.
Seems like this should be my code, but in comparisson to every other [M] code for every other game pre-installed on my GS2, the second part of the code should read more like 1456xxxx.
But as you can see, it reads 142Fxxxx
And the code does not work.
If I'm doing something wrong here, please correct me. But I'm getting the feeling this Decoder just doesn't work with Enable / [M] codes for older systems.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Last edited by Lias; 05-03-2004 at 11:16 AM.
you have converted it right, the reason it's not working on gameshark is because the (M) uses entrypoint and gameshark/ar2 cannot use that, you need a new (M) basically.
Being that I have an older Gameshark2, and this is a newer game, there are no [M] codes on the gameshark site for this version of gameshark I have (or i'd use that).
Is there a way to make a new [M] code? I've seen many posts ask about this, but nothing that a non-elite hacker can do.
I've read the Codemasters Project site about how to find a new Master code, but making a new code for a GS2 v1/2 isn't really listed there in a way I can do it.
Does anyone have a simple, common worded way of doing this?
Last edited by Lias; 05-03-2004 at 02:19 PM.
FA7A7E6E 32A04F31= F0120008 002FA877
Original scePadRead Memcpy address 002FA874
002FA874 002FA877 > F02FA874 002FA877
encypted to GS2 v1.x
ECBA2B9C 142F7F94 < Enjoy
like Nemesis said you can not use Entry Point on GS2
you should use either Main (first Jal under it) or scePadRead(2nd Jal usually under it)
Thanks for the responses guys.
I finally got a program that's been 100% effective so far at finding the [M] codes for my version GS2. It's from the Codemasters Project site, it's a simple DOS program they have for finding codes called MASTER. I suggest anyone with my version GS2 download this and use it, cause it works!
And btw, the Decoder works for all my codes so far (aside from masters), so big kudos to whoever made it