Hello everyone, I'm sorry to arrive a bite late in this conversation. The download patch doesn't work anymore
Is it possible for you Z3R0X to make it available again ?
The block in the code section at the end there says what you need to do, even gives the option to make it into a cheat ( https://doc.kodewerx.org/hacking_psx.html
for a breakdown of how PS1 cheats work) if you would rather that than patch the game itself. Also says what you expect to originally find there so you know you have the right location -- you might even be able to search for those values in a hex editor to find the right one.
My only reservation is if you have another format of game downloaded, or that it might instead be referring to a file within it rather than whole however many hundreds of megs the game clocks in at. That said it does say what it expects there, and if push comes to shove all those addresses should be within the same sort of code so should be that far from each other.
If you are new to hex editors then they have three main sections in the main part of the window.
Usually on the left is the location. This will be the address at the start of the middle section. What each line counts up in will vary with how big the middle section is. The 0 at the start of the addresses is just that can be be ignored just liked 00000000000000000156 is still just 156. 0x does mean something in some discussions but can be ignored here.
Usually in the middle is the data in the file itself
Usually on the right is the ASCII or some other text decoding of the file itself.
Somewhere usually down the bottom is what location the cursor has been clicked on. Click on a few different ones while looking around down there and it should be obvious what it is.
If you need an editor then for a basic editor we will probably be suggesting https://mh-nexus.de/en/hxd/
these days. It is good, it is free, you don't even have to install anything if you don't want to.
The hex editor itself is usually not much more complicated than a word processor/text editor, which is to say click on what you want to edit and type. In this case you will want to overwrite data so press the insert key (usually near home, delete, page up and page down) and you will see OVR flash up just like a word processor. Now anything you type will be overwriting rather than adding new data in or deleting it from the file itself.
If you are not familiar with hexadecimal then as computers count in binary you can't easily fit more than 3 binary numbers in the 0 through 9 values we normally count in during to day to day life. 4 values (which is a whole lot more useful) then needs extra characters so the characters A through F are used to extend the different possibilities to 16 values. Hex editors will tend to use this as it is more useful.
If I have read that right then
Go to 16090 in the ROM/ISO. There in the middle data section should be the value 0600 6214. Change this to 1500 0010
Go to 225EC in the ROM/ISO. There in the middle data section should be the value 0500 6214. Change this to 0F00 0010
Go to 20D78 in the ROM/ISO. There in the middle data section should be the value 0500 8214. Change this to 0F00 0010
(ignore the spaces, they are just there to make it easier to read)
If you are familiar with a hex editor you could probably do that in under a minute (goto location or find commands are great things), if you are new to them then maybe 5 minutes (10 if you are taking your time and wander off to answer the phone or something).