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    Default How to use code cheats for a usb game

    Ok so I thought I could use gecko os to load the game with the cheats for my game on usb drive.. nope.

    I am using cfg usb loader to load my game (monster hunter 3) and I am lost at how to get cheats to work with it from gecko... how am I suppose to get the cheats to work with a game that is on a usb drive??

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    u have to use wiiflow its a use loader and holds all ur games on ur usb all u have to do is google it and download it on homebrew

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    Just put your codes in a txt file in your cfg loader folder called .txtcodes and name the txt file to whatever the game id is and make it into a gct file in cfg loader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoptartHunter View Post
    Just put your codes in a txt file in your cfg loader folder called .txtcodes and name the txt file to whatever the game id is and make it into a gct file in cfg loader.
    I use cfg loader, and I put my txt file with codes (SC7E52.txt) in SD:/usb-loader/codes.

    Make sure your txt file is in the following format. One space after Game name, One space between codes and no extra spaces after the last code. If your txt file is formatted properly you will be able to select only the codes you want to apply before you start your game and a new gct file will be created.
    Code:
    SC7E52
    Call of Duty: Black Ops
    
    Name of code:
    C0DEC0DE C0DEC0DE
    C0DEC0DE C0DEC0DE
    C0DEC0DE C0DEC0DE
    
    Another code:
    C0DEC0DE C0DEC0DE
    C0DEC0DE C0DEC0DE
    C0DEC0DE C0DEC0DE

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    Thanks all. But I just got it done with Ocarina.. I knew I kept it for a reason. That option is in cfg usb loader, just never ran a game with it until now. Still, thanks.

    Now to take a few codes off so it stops freezing on me...

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