http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/wind ... #sptabs=xpkidrat529 wrote:Could somebody help me? Servicey Packs?
Not the way you're thinking. It's possible to run the Gamecube disc with an emulator, but this editor won't work with it running that way. That being said, the editor seems to be just a really fancy and convenient RAM editor, so any RAM editor ought to do the same trick for an emulated game (granted it would be much much harder to use than this). Even if Fusion's editor isn't a RAM editor, a RAM editor would still have similar results.Noisywheat wrote:This looks great, But sadly I don't have SA2B Or SADX on computer. Is it possible to turn my gamecube game into a PC game?
Of course, if it were me, I think it's be quicker and easier to just cough up the $10 for the game and use Fusion's editor instead. Nobody likes editing RAM in real time with general editors, and Fusion's editor looks so nice and easy to use.
Try running both the game and the editor as administrator by right-clicking it. The option to run it is admin should be there.lakitu213 wrote:Your editor never recognizes the process on my computer, you should add a menu to select the running process if the program doesnt find it on its own, but until that happens, what should i do to troubleshoot my problem?