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posted 08-11-2000 09:29 PM      Profile for Gamorrean Jedi     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
If start a new game can I chang my new trainer# to mach my old one? is so what gameshark codes would I use to do this

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posted 08-14-2000 01:18 PM      Profile for cfalcon   Email cfalcon   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 

should work under R/B.

Start it up, flick the switch, and catch a monster to make sure it stuck. If it did, save it.

XX=Most signifigant byte
YY=Least signifigant byte

To find out what XX and YY are, open windows calculator, go to view -> scientific, and look at the three options on the left (Hex, Dec, Bin). Make sure "Dec" is selected, and type in the number you want it to be. Then change the radio selector so that "Hex" is selected. The value you get should be four or less characters long. If it's one, two, or three characters, long, the leading ones are all zero. Now take the first two and put them in YY and the last two and put them in XX.

Sorry if you knew all this, but some people aren't real clear on the hex stuff.


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