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DBC.FILES

Post by QISE » Sun Dec 27, 2009 3:37 pm

OK the file is XDB.VIV now its not same as dbf,file like PC version.

This for nba live 2003 ps2 version.


here a list of files in the XDB.VIV.
xdbcoch0-1.dbc
xdbcoch0.dbc
xdbdlyn0-1.dbc
xdbdlyn0.dbc
xdbinju0-1.dbc
xdbinju0.dbc
xdbloc0-1.dbc
xdbloc0.dbc
xdbplyr0-1.dbc
xdbplyr0.dbc
xdbplys0-1.dbc
xdbplys0.dbc
xdbschd0-1.dbc
xdbschd0.dbc
xdbschdl-1.dbc
xdbteam0-1.dbc
xdbteam0.dbc
xdbtmcr0-1.dbc
xdbtmcr0.dbc
xdbtmgr0-1.dbc
xdbtmgr0.dbc
xdbtmin0-1.dbc
xdbtmin0.dbc
xdbuser0-1.dbc
xdbuser0.dbc
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Re: DBC.FILES

Post by aluigi » Sun Dec 27, 2009 5:40 pm

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# script for QuickBMS http://aluigi.org/papers.htm#quickbms

endian big
idstring BIGF
get FULL_SIZE long
get FILES long
get DUMMY long
for i = 0 < FILES
    get OFFSET long
    get SIZE long
    get NAME string
    log NAME OFFSET SIZE
next i

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Re: DBC.FILES

Post by QISE » Wed Dec 30, 2009 5:20 pm

What i don't understand is the files DBC works with Visual FoxPro but these DBC.Files don't maybe there not really dbc.files?
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Re: DBC.FILES

Post by Uli » Wed Dec 30, 2009 8:25 pm

QISE wrote:What i don't understand is the files DBC works with Visual FoxPro but these DBC.Files don't maybe there not really dbc.files?
Files can have any Extension, the creators decide what to set it to.
Just because some program says it can open X File Format does not mean that it will work for the file format your trying to open.

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Re: DBC.FILES

Post by QISE » Fri Jan 01, 2010 2:22 am

Uli wrote:
QISE wrote:What i don't understand is the files DBC works with Visual FoxPro but these DBC.Files don't maybe there not really dbc.files?
Files can have any Extension, the creators decide what to set it to.
Just because some program says it can open X File Format does not mean that it will work for the file format your trying to open.
Well you do have a good point i just need to figure out what file type it really is then.

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Re: DBC.FILES

Post by Uli » Fri Jan 01, 2010 3:48 pm

QISE wrote:
Uli wrote:
QISE wrote:What i don't understand is the files DBC works with Visual FoxPro but these DBC.Files don't maybe there not really dbc.files?
Files can have any Extension, the creators decide what to set it to.
Just because some program says it can open X File Format does not mean that it will work for the file format your trying to open.
Well you do have a good point i just need to figure out what file type it really is then.
Look up a program called TRID, it sometimes help when your checking out a fileformat.

Edit: It will tell you who the creators are and what can open it if its a known fileformat, if its not then its going to need a special program to open it (so you or someone will have to make a program which can open it)

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Re: DBC.FILES

Post by QISE » Tue Jan 05, 2010 7:12 pm

Files can have any Extension, the creators decide what to set it to.
Just because some program says it can open X File Format does not mean that it will work for the file format your trying to open.[/quote]
Well you do have a good point i just need to figure out what file type it really is then.[/quote]

Look up a program called TRID, it sometimes help when your checking out a fileformat.

Edit: It will tell you who the creators are and what can open it if its a known fileformat, if its not then its going to need a special program to open it (so you or someone will have to make a program which can open it)[/quote]

How do you get this to work i really cant get it to.

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Re: DBC.FILES

Post by Uli » Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:25 pm

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