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My thoughts exactly. My first run on Ninja Gaiden 2 was fun. My second run was just me killing people cause I was bored, and it was fun to not have to worry about money, items, or upgrades, and have unl magic in case a boss got annoying. It added a level of re-playablility to the game it was otherwise lacking.
Originally Posted by TheReaper
Patches from $ony can very easily prevent online playing, because we can't decrypt them and modify the eboots with the cheats. You could manually unself and make_self_npdrm the outputted eboot and replace the one in the patch, but that doesn't always work. An application for the ps3 could easily bypass that by modifying the memory addresses instead of the eboots, but 99% of devs wouldn't even want to mess with it cause the only point would be online cheating (I won't mess with it either). I kept the modified eboot approach to cut down on online cheating. I don't want to see online play altered because of this application.
Originally Posted by kirinelf
As far as editing the database, that was my intention. I kept the database file separate so it could be community maintained. If your interested in making your own codes, all that's required is time, a hex editor, and unself.exe.
The format in the database is simple if you look at it. The GameIndex table lists the games available, the only special character allowed is ":", and no leading or trailing spaces. Then you make a table with the same name with no spaces, and fill it with the cheats. The naming structure has to be the same as in the database, easy to use another table as a template.
Can you please elaborate? I tested this app pretty thoroughly, with multiple testers and didn't have an issue. What error are you getting?
Originally Posted by Firebuble
Interesting... I'm trying to patch Disgaea 3's eboot, but it keeps telling me that it has uneven patterns. What is this and how do I fix it?
EDIT: Patching the NTSC version by the way.
Same here "Uneven Pattern",using Windows 7
That is odd, and your not the only one that has gotten that msg, let me look into. If you can, please PM me your msn id, and I will chat with you about on there. I have a hunch on what's wrong, but I can't replicate it.
Hell yeah! I always wanted to cheat in RE5!
i am having same problem ''Uneven Pattern''
i tried with every game i have
i m using win xp service pack 3, ps3 60 gb 3.41 dongle
can some one please port this to linux (not working with wine)
uneven pattern here as well, using windows 7
I've also been getting the 'Uneven pattern' error everytime I try to auto patch. Manual patching won't make the .self file, or maybe I haven't been waiting long enough (About five minutes). Tried it with Trinity Universe, Gundam Musou 3, Another Century's Episode, Fist of the North Star, Tales of Graces F, and White Knight Chronicles. All give me the same error.
On Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.
How do I edit the .mdb file properly? Taking the hint about 'tables', I opened it in Excel 2007, but it asks me to enable data connections, then seems to open a brand new project/window every time I want to edit a different table. Is there a way to streamline it?
uneven pattern seems to mean that no match was found for the line you want to patch
it also happens to me but I can cheat manually with autotools v5
if I try to manually cheat with the Cheat Enabler it says working... but doesn't actually extract the ELF
I have the PS3 Tools autotools V5 (also tested with V4.1C) and cheat enabler in the same folder I'm using the binrepOLD.exe renamed to binrep.exe
not quite sure where to get a new one or how to do it without one ^^