Hacking Warning with "savlib.dat" with CRC "37CE7FB4"

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Hello...

The savlib.dat with the CRC code "37CE7FB4"

does not work properly, you can take the other with the CRC code "D738DFE6"

it is exactly the same file, but without error inside!

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bitonio6 said:
Hello...

The savlib.dat with the CRC code "37CE7FB4"

does not work properly, you can take the other with the CRC code "D738DFE6"

it is exactly the same file, but without error inside!

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whats the Game ID?

we need to know that so we can change it
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CRC is a Hash... it's a way to verify a file.

He's not talking about a game, he's talking about a specific savlib.dat with the CRC32 of 37CE7FB4
 

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People dont know read here?!

A "savlib.dat" creat some error, CRC is the easy (only) way to recognize it

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Why don't you give links to were are the supposed correct savlib and the supposed wrong savlib? That would have been much easier to understand and recognize which file we have.
 

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bitonio6 said:
People dont know read here?!

A "savlib.dat" creat some error, CRC is the easy (only) way to recognize it

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Most people have no clue what a CRC is... Or a hash file for that matter.


QUOTE(Razma @ Apr 1 2010, 10:16 AM) Why don't you give links to were are the supposed correct savlib and the supposed wrong savlib? That would have been much easier to understand and recognize which file we have.
No one linked to any files here.
If you mean in another topic, then it's called an accident.
It's unlikely anyone here would intentionally gives out a bad file, but sometimes it happens and is usually corrected soon.
 

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twiztidsinz said:
No one linked to any files here.
If you mean in another topic, then it's called an accident.
It's unlikely anyone here would intentionally gives out a bad file, but sometimes it happens and is usually corrected soon.
Yes, that's what I meant. Sorry I wasn't clear.


QUOTE(bitonio6 @ Apr 1 2010, 02:49 PM) Here was the incorrect file, and now it is a correct file
http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=218169
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Thanks.
 
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