How do I import a PSV save to XEBRA?

Discussion in 'Xebra/Arbex Discussion' started by Damned536, Mar 15, 2015.

  1. Damned536

    Damned536 Member

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    I would like to know so I can unlock servebot #41.

    Someone? Anyone?
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  3. Shendo

    Shendo Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    If it's a PS3 PSV then you can use my MemcardRex to import the save and export Memory card.

    If it's a pSX PSV then there is no way.
  4. Damned536

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    Doesn't work. There is no option to just use a file with no extension (XEBRA's memory card format is BU00/BU10 without any extension). Even when I do try to make a memcard file (I tried .mcr), and remove the extension, XEBRA still won't read it correctly.

    Have you actually successfully made a XEBRA compatible memory card from a PS3 PSV save using your software, or are you just assuming it will work? Could you give me a step-by-step guide on how to do this if you have made a XEBRA compatible memory card from a PS3 PSV save using your software?
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  5. Shendo

    Shendo Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Um... there is. MemcardRex can open extensionless files if you choose "All files(*)" or drag and drop the file on the application.
    But yeah, Xebra uses same raw format as most of the emulators (.mcr) but without extension.
    Of course I did. Wouldn't recommend it otherwise.

    Mcx.png Xebra.png

    Make sure that the save you are trying to import is of the same region.
    If you are not sure make an ingame save on Xebra and then compare regions using MemcardRex.
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  7. Shendo

    Shendo Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Actually the save does appear to be faulty.
    This is the american save:
    tbok.png
    And this is japanese save:
    tbj.png
    And finally this is PSV:
    mcrx1.png

    It looks like someone mixed japanese save with the american product code and converted it to PSV...
    I have no idea why somebody would do this as it appears that it's not working.

    Or the PSN version of the game is just different and uses those kind of saves.
  8. Damned536

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    Well that sucks. I presume there is no way to convert it properly to a US compatible save?

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