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Hacking and Art => Vietcong 1 & 2 => Topic started by: ninenine on October 13, 2007, 02:24:15 am

Title: Edited CBF Detected
Post by: ninenine on October 13, 2007, 02:24:15 am
I got the files extracted from the CBF file according to the instructions I found on this forum. I tried messing with the weapons file, repacked it in the INI/DAT folder structure as a CBF file, and put it in my game folder. I got kicked for #133. So I tried taking the original file, did NOT change anything in the file, repacked it, and put that in my game folder. I STILL get kicked for #133, even though all the data in the packed file is the same as the original. What am I doing wrong? Can someone send me a sample CBF file  that has the weapons edited and is undetected?
Title: Re: Edited CBF Detected
Post by: mReURO on October 13, 2007, 02:37:09 am
I got the files extracted from the CBF file according to the instructions I found on this forum. I tried messing with the weapons file, repacked it in the INI/DAT folder structure as a CBF file, and put it in my game folder. I got kicked for #133. So I tried taking the original file, did NOT change anything in the file, repacked it, and put that in my game folder. I STILL get kicked for #133, even though all the data in the packed file is the same as the original. What am I doing wrong? Can someone send me a sample CBF file  that has the weapons edited and is undetected?





are u sure that #133 is that fault of ur CBF ? #133 comes up by w-lan or damge folders .
take them out and look if its still that problem m8
Title: Re: Edited CBF Detected
Post by: Crossmol on October 13, 2007, 03:15:23 am
I got the files extracted from the CBF file according to the instructions I found on this forum. I tried messing with the weapons file, repacked it in the INI/DAT folder structure as a CBF file, and put it in my game folder.

There's nothing wrong with the method you are using. It should work fine. Unless.......

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Code 133, game data differs on the server and the client
Meaning you altered the wrong file. Yes, there are 2 weapon files. You picked the wrong one.
CrossmoLz hint: You got fist Alpha? If so, use it......
Title: Re: Edited CBF Detected
Post by: ninenine on October 14, 2007, 08:03:46 am
Thanks for your help everyone!
Title: Re: Edited CBF Detected
Post by: mesengr on October 17, 2007, 03:20:02 am
For anybody else who is trying to do this: The right way to do this is to take all the contents from vietcong_eu_01.cbf\INI\DAT\C77CAC3CBBA3C74.DAT and all the contents from fistalpha_01.cbf\INI\DAT\7CAC3C0C973A7874.DAT and merge them together (e.g., copy & paste into a new text file). This should be saved as 7CAC3C0C973A7874.DAT and packed as a CBF file in the folder-file structure INI\DAT\7CAC3C0C973A7874.DAT. Now you could edit the weapons, and nothing is detected (except for a few things like extreme ammo changes).
Title: Re: Edited CBF Detected
Post by: latropicus on October 23, 2007, 11:28:47 am
For anybody else who is trying to do this: The right way to do this is to take all the contents from vietcong_eu_01.cbf\INI\DAT\C77CAC3CBBA3C74.DAT and all the contents from fistalpha_01.cbf\INI\DAT\7CAC3C0C973A7874.DAT and merge them together (e.g., copy & paste into a new text file). This should be saved as 7CAC3C0C973A7874.DAT and packed as a CBF file in the folder-file structure INI\DAT\7CAC3C0C973A7874.DAT. Now you could edit the weapons, and nothing is detected (except for a few things like extreme ammo changes).


extreme changes to ammo or a minimal difference