I have spent about 30 hours on that game.NOT TO MENTION IT LOOKS LIKE THIS AND MAKES MY EYES BLEED.
It is shit. It is poorly balanced shit.
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I've noticed a couple of users lately who seem to be having this trouble. I'm not picking on you johnny, or anyone else for that matter, so don't get the wrong idea here, but I've never had this problem, and I don't think most users ever do.Honestly, I had this trouble when I first started. But it mostly had to do with how I learn more than anything else. I was able to figure out most of the basics on my own. But when I would want to accomplish something and would ask about it, people would say "check this document" and that'd be it. I would look up the document and most of the time have no idea what it was talking about. I'm a very visual and hands-on learner, so the documents would usually not do it for me (only a select few of the documents on RHDN actually have images).
I actually toyed around with hacking for years and wrote multiple complete level editors before I ever even really participated in any hacking community. Not saying that that's the norm, and the "loner" approach isn't for everybody. But I read documents and taught myself, and very rarely found myself unable to find the answers on my own. The flip side is that when I found that a task was beyond my grasp, I moved on to something else. Not giving up, just knowing my boundaries.
The rom-hacking community is full of self-sufficient users. You can't really complain if these people are irked when somebody asks for help without putting in a fair effort, or when somebody plainly doesn't know his own boundaries, or when somebody tries to recruit help for a group project when his own hacking resume is empty. Be mindful of what you take for granted.
If you really don't think that people's behavior is warranted in your situation, there's also the fact that there are plenty of people in this world who aren't incredibly patient or friendly, and you shouldn't let that get to you either.
But mostly, what danke said.
Is it just me, or does that say "Gald" on the left side? I've never played the game so I don't know for sure if that's a typo for Gold or not.Gald is the Tales series currency.
Are you kidding me?! How do I add people without giving away my email address?You want us to link up with you on LinkedIn, but don't want us to know your email address? I'm confused.
And FYI, Geishaboy, LinkedIn was around a year before Facebook.
I'm somewhat confident that it worked out. But is there a way to check which drive I'm booting from for sure, before I delete the C:\ partition to get my 75 GB of free space back?QuoteCan you not tell from Disk Management, in the Computer Management control panel?That'd be it.
Still booting from my C drive. Screw it. I'm just going to cut my losses and install a fresh copy of Win7 on it. T_T;
Make sure your NTFS boot sector is correct, specifically the so-called "hidden sector" value, this tells the partition where it actually begins on the disk. This is separate from the actual partition table, and is part of the first sector of the partition. If this value is wrong, Windows won't boot. If you changed your disk alignment from sector 63 to a multiple of 1MB, this value might be wrong.Huh? That's never been mentioned until now. How do I change that?
The graphics are fantastic in this game! The random battles are nothing to shake a stick at either (at least at first), I like how this game dosnt just let you hit attack attack attack (at least for now) .Never played the game, but just so you know, Dragon Ball is based off of the same mythology as this game.
Fun colorful journey, good theme, anyone else notice Oolong from Dragon Ball?
Im happy we finally got some Chinese RPGs to play in English.
I second this! The first one has some very pretty battle sprites, and that's really all it has going for it in terms of being better than average. I enjoy the second game immensely, and it's a large improvement over the first, but it's not flawless by any means. The Shamans was a very neat idea that has yet to be revisited.I think maybe you guys are forgetting a lot about the first game. Think back to when it came out.
3 might be the best in the series, the Dragon Gene system was downright awesome, and the time skip was something entirely new to me when I first played the game.
The last time I had to play around with this stuff I was upgrading my hard drive. I simply copied from source disk to target disk in clonezilla and everything seemed to work fine, until I tried to wake the thing from hibernate mode(sleep mode works fine). The problem has something to do with the location of where ram is stored during hibernation and the fact that the new disk is larger, as far as I understand it that is.After reading these, it seems to me that the simplest thing to do in my situation would be to run bootrec.exe, export my BCD, then import it into the new partition on my SSD. Then, use bootrec to fix the MBR on the SSD.
Anyway, I did a lot of research trying to fix the problem and as a compulsive "bookmarker" I saved every site I visited. Here are a few, I hope they help clear stuff up:
just to double check, you're sure the partitions are aligned, right? i assume gparted normally should take care of this for you, but i'm not so sure if you cloned your partitions from your HDD.I'm not sure you mean by "aligned". I simply opened gparted LIVE, selected the two partitions (the 100 MB System partition with the "boot" flag on and the 75 GB Windows partition) and copied them over to my SSD. When it was finished, I set the "boot" flag on the System partition so it was the same as the original.
As mentioned before, that SSD isn't going to boot even if you have the boot order correct in your CMOS config.This is where you lost me last time. Am I just going to use BootIce to put an MBR on it, and do the BCD thing?
You still need an MBR and either a sysprepped BCD or the will to change the NT Disk Signature in the existing BCD to match the SSD's.
I suppose it depends on the BIOS. Certainly, you used to be able to.If I deactivate the boot flag, and for some reason it doesn't boot into the SSD, will I be able to restore it and boot into my HDD again?
If you've already swapped the boot order, I guess that means it still boots off your old drive when you start up your computer? Did you deactivate the boot flag on the other drive?
Go into your BIOS and change the boot order of the drives?I swapped the boot order already.
You should probably disable the old one at the same time for good measure.
Did you find a solution to your problem?Me and the guys who offered to help are working on it. But my professional life is kinda getting in the way of my personal projects, so it may be a while.
I started the hack of Final Fantasy IV, but I would enlarge the space for dialogue.