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    Default Param.sfo problem...

    Hello,

    I got a little problem with editing an eboot.pbp...
    I extracted everything with PBP Unpacker v0.94,
    then I edit the 'param.sfo' to change the displayed name on my PSP and then, when I compile it and try it out on my PSP, my PSP says, corrupted data?

    Any solutions/experiences?

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    The Moogle
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    Sounds like you're corrupting the SFO by editing it.







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    yeah, I figured that out...
    Do you know how to fix it?

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    mksfo.exe

    This tool is called mksfo. Place the mksfo.exe file in your home directory. Open up Command Prompt, and type

    Code:
    mksfo 'Name of your EBOOT here' PARAM.SFO
    If the name of your EBOOT is more than one word, make sure to wrap it in quotes. You should then see a file in your home directory named PARAM.SFO. This is the SFO file you created with the name you specified.


 

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