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james2452
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13/11/2018 9:30 am  
Run your hdd through fatxplorer or party buffalo and see whats in the devkit folder. Make a note of all the stuff. 
Make a backup of the hdd.
Now search in HXD editor for one of the names of a game that you made a note of.
When you find it make sure all the other stuff you made a note of are in the text.
You have found the working devkit folder...
 
This is the working devkit folder on the hdd that i will copy and past the other deleted games in.
 
Now im going to search back from the devkit folder to find another devkit folder with different games in.
 
Here is a different folder with games in,  fatxplorer and party buffalo do not show this folder. Im going to copy games from here and past them in the working devkit folder.
 
Im going to copy the hex of these games .
 
Now going to past them in the working folder here.
Pasted them in.
 
 
Then file, save as. Put .bin after its name. This will make another image. Make sure you have the space.
 
Now open the new image in fatxplorer or party buffalo and see what you have..... If the games to far gone it will show corrupted files with strange names.
 
Few hours later i have new builds..

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13/11/2018 10:37 am  

Something to try if you have made the backup from a 120GB HDD.

When its loaded in HXD goto edit and then select offset. Then put this in both boxes 2B26F3146 . 

Let me know if it goes straight to the working devkit folder. It does on my HDD from crytek and EA.

 

 

 


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30/01/2019 12:05 am  

You still alive??


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20/03/2019 9:41 am  
Posted by: james2452
Run your hdd through fatxplorer or party buffalo and see whats in the devkit folder. Make a note of all the stuff. 
Make a backup of the hdd.
Now search in HXD editor for one of the names of a game that you made a note of.
When you find it make sure all the other stuff you made a note of are in the text.
You have found the working devkit folder...
 
This is the working devkit folder on the hdd that i will copy and past the other deleted games in.
 
Now im going to search back from the devkit folder to find another devkit folder with different games in.
 
Here is a different folder with games in,  fatxplorer and party buffalo do not show this folder. Im going to copy games from here and past them in the working devkit folder.
 
Im going to copy the hex of these games .
 
Now going to past them in the working folder here.
Pasted them in.
 
 
Then file, save as. Put .bin after its name. This will make another image. Make sure you have the space.
 
Now open the new image in fatxplorer or party buffalo and see what you have..... If the games to far gone it will show corrupted files with strange names.
 
Few hours later i have new builds..

 Can somebody please make a video tutorial of this so that way I can share stuff that I have found on a hard drive please and thank you

 

And upload all the programs required thank you


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james2452
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26/03/2019 3:24 pm  

All the programs can be found on the net for free.

HXD editor.  (  HxDSetup.zip )

FATXplorer ( https://fatxplorer.eaton-works.com/download/ ) or party buffalo ( Party Buffalo Xbox 360 Drive Explorer 2.0.1.0.zip ).

The longest part is searching the image.bin and then saving it after you have made the changes. 


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27/03/2019 7:47 am  
Posted by: james2452

All the programs can be found on the net for free.

HXD editor.  (  HxDSetup.zip )

FATXplorer ( https://fatxplorer.eaton-works.com/download/ ) or party buffalo ( Party Buffalo Xbox 360 Drive Explorer 2.0.1.0.zip ).

The longest part is searching the image.bin and then saving it after you have made the changes. 

 You are missed my old friend just thought you would like to know 


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