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Need help resigning my JSRF save for my softmodded Xbox original


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I have a Jet Set Radio Future save that I have played around 25 hours in that I would like to be able to play on my console, but I haven't been able to figure out how to resign the save. The save has an "error reading JSRF save data" and doesn't let me use my save. The save originated in Cxbx-R and it won't allow me to move the save to or from the console without this error occurring. Not sure how to proceed from here, and would be grateful if anyone wanted to help me out. I have attached the save if that can help, thanks for your time.

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Is it a PAL vs. NTSC save issue instead of a signing problem?

The PAL and NTSC version's game saves are stored in different folders:

  • /E/UDATA/49470018 - JSRF PAL 
  • /E/UDATA/5345000a - JSRF NTSC

Note: Or, is this naming issue a mistake at the site I'm reading?  More research to do! :)

I'd not seen the jsrffix.exe file before. Thanks for posting it here. 

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