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Changing TOC after editing a file?

Discussion in 'PS2' started by Hack_Zero, Jun 8, 2007.

  1. Hack_Zero

    Hack_Zero Regular member

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    The file's like.. 100 kb more. How to I fix the TOC?
     
  2. steimy

    steimy Active member

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    can you explain in a little more detail what you are asking. What exactly are you trying to do?
     
  3. Hack_Zero

    Hack_Zero Regular member

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    Nevermind, i missunderstood what TOC was. I thought it was a record of all the file sizes in a game, but it's just a record of all thE file's in a game.. i didn't have to change anything.
     
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    OK, that is why i did not understand. I had never seen anyone fooling with the TOC file.
     
  5. Z3120

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    To answer your curiosity if you're interested steimy, the only time you might want to mess with the TOC, or the SLUS or whatever it is for its region, would be trying to create a multi-game compilation of games like Disgaea 1 and Disgaea 2 on the same disc or Marvel Vs Capcom 2 and Capcom vs SNK 2. The hardest ones to try and get working on a multi-game compilation are those with the same exact folder/file names because then you need to do a little hex editing to try and remedy that.
     

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