An idea of mine that I had that involves multiple version oof PSO (PC, DC)

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An idea of mine that I had that involves multiple version oof PSO (PC, DC)

Post  Moopthehedgehog on Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:10 pm

Well, let me start off by saying, I recently got EUv2 DC, and it came with unique serials.
So, I was wondering if this was possible:

1. create a pc character (same type, RAmar, with same name, Moop)
2. go online DC and use /save command to save myself to schtserv along wiht stats and held items
3. go on psopc and use /restor command to backup my character, then /save to resave
4. flash DC bios, and then put in USv1, when asks for serial, put in (after reconfiguring dial-up/BBA settings)
5. put in usv2, when asked for serials, put in
6. put in real euv2, put in unique serials, recreate Moop
7. go online with EUv2, hitting /restor to bring my char back

My questions are: will this work? and will I keep my unique serials of EUv2 if I do this? ( i know the /save screwed up my shared serial)

p.s. I know it may seem weird, but I want to have my USv1 serial (i have a RAcast) and my USv2 serial (for posterity)
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Post  hayame on Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:13 pm

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Post  Aleron Ives on Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:17 pm

If you can't use /save and /restor between DC and PC because you have a different Guild Card number, use pPSOs. You aren't registered there and your GC# will be name based.

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Post  Moopthehedgehog on Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:30 pm

That's not what my problem was... my problem was that the /save and /restor commands reset or something my guild card for the DC ver... it's now only 4 digits long...

Also, ever since I ran a system restore and reinstalled psopc, It's been laggy like poo...
I hope NIS 2005 doesn't have anything to do with it... (it was fine before I sys restored)
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Post  Aleron Ives on Wed Jan 13, 2010 1:45 am

If NIS is Norton, lol. Norton is terrible unless you have the corporate edition.

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Post  Moopthehedgehog on Wed Jan 13, 2010 1:20 pm

yeah NIS is norton. but PSO was fine b4 I used system resotre (I had norton b4 system restore)

EDIT: hunh, it magically sped up! yay, no more lag!

Edit years later or not: It turns out that my problem was that my laptop was on battery power. No matter what configurations, PSO PC just doesn't like running on battery n.n

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