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Hdd Fixes for Games

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The xbox cracking scene released quite a few hdd fixes and patches for games..

These are normally just patches to run on default.xbe's.

I wonder if anyone here have a collection of those to share.

I am especially looking for Please login or register to see this link.    ( fight club hdd fix from Riot (ntsc) )  and a hdd fix for shin megami tensei nine.

 

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On 1/20/2019 at 1:16 PM, RoofTop said:

I am especially looking for Please login or register to see this link.    ( fight club hdd fix from Riot (ntsc) )  and a hdd fix for shin megami tensei nine.

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Small file, 1.37 MB (1,447,712 bytes), so I just attached it.

Attachment removed.

Didn't find the other game's fix, yet!

Update: :( I removed the attachment.  It was not working.  Not sure why as the CRC checksum in the included SFV file matched that of the zip file inside.  

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Kaosengineer:  There is a problem with the fix you have. Half of the default.xbe is zerofilled.  Get the one supplied by Sifaw99, it works. :)

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6 hours ago, RoofTop said:

Kaosengineer:  There is a problem with the fix you have. Half of the default.xbe is zerofilled.  Get the one supplied by Sifaw99, it works. :)

I'd not tested it but the files from the source have been good before this one. :(

Thanks for the info.

I removed the BAD content from my previous post

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Hehe .. Maybe it came out wrong, but I ment that as a message to the general public. :)  If you have any other hdd game fixes, then please share.

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