DC-Talk Players guild card database

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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#21 » Wed Jun 15, 2011 8:42 am

1st of all i didn't know bluecrab deleted shared serials, in anycase mine is unique and official, no one will ever use it but me.

Go to account section, register and then register a SNAK (the one you use right now), from there you will be able to use the friend feature.

I saw you online yesterday and i am avaiable today, simply drop me a PM or make a topic in the right section and i will try to be there.

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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#22 » Wed Jun 15, 2011 11:18 am

I did actually put a topic already in the game schedule section to say I and my friend will soon be online regularly and want to TRY and arrange a regular meet of some kind but don't think I got any replies anyway nevermind I was just letting you know that I successfully got him online so I will shortly update you with his guild card number etc if he doesn't do it himself so you can add it to the database :)

Anyway I'll PM you later or send you a message via PSO if I see you logon
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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#23 » Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:34 pm

K_I_R_E_E_K wrote:1st of all i didn't know bluecrab deleted shared serials, in anycase mine is unique and official, no one will ever use it but me.
Until it becomes a problem, I probably won't. I do reserve the right to do so, if I ever feel the need to do so, or if changes in the server require it for some reason.

That's not to say I'll stop people from using shared serials on the server but for functions that require registration, it is against the rules to use them as the registration page states. That includes, but is not limited to: playing on PSO for Gamecube, GM privileges, and viewing your friend list online.

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Post#24 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 6:20 am

cool well mine is also a legit code etc so I'm cool, I will try it out on the Sylverant server in a sec. cheers guys
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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#25 » Fri Nov 11, 2011 7:33 pm

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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#26 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 1:46 pm

I have a question:

How do you seperate the cheaters from the non-cheaters?
I saw a review of PSO where they said its possible to cheat!
Are there any way to know if people have been cheating?
I would not like to receive items if they are "illegal" players forinstance:)
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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#27 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 4:56 pm

Scandinavian wrote:I have a question:

How do you seperate the cheaters from the non-cheaters?
I saw a review of PSO where they said its possible to cheat!
Are there any way to know if people have been cheating?
I would not like to receive items if they are "illegal" players forinstance:)


Well, just watch the damage they do to enemies. If they're only level 5 and they're doing 200 damage to enemies then they're obviously cheating. I never accept free meseta from anyone either. It doesn't matter if they're cheating or not. I'd much rather earn it myself.
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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#28 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:09 pm

Is it possible to save my char. to the SD card?
Im afraid that the VMU gets corupted one day! Its not possible to copy the file from on card to another! Maybe its possible to back it up trough the SD card with Dreamshell?
Better to ask before trying:)
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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#29 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:12 pm

Scandinavian wrote:Is it possible to save my char. to the SD card?
Im afraid that the VMU gets corupted on day! Its not possible to copy the file from on card to another! Maybe its possible to back it up trough the SD card with Dreamshell?
Better to ask before trying:)


Yes, just go to the file browser and copy from the VMU to the SD card. Make sure you copy it to the ROOT of the card and not into a folder. If you don't it will rename the save file for some reason. You can always move it into a folder with your computer afterwards if you want.
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Re: DC-Talk Players guild card database

Post#30 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:33 pm

I believe there are tools to copy the save files into another memory card, if not then use this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbfTP7IZmRM

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