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how does one edit .dat files saved by games?

Discussion in 'Gamerz' started by sabby80, Feb 28, 2006.

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  1. sabby80

    sabby80 New Member

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    after clearing a zillion levels in this game called Luxor ( try it guys Its highly addictive ) my hard disk suddenly crashed without warning!! The thing id this game stores player data in a .dat file - so can anyone tell me how to edit this file so that I can go straight back to the level I was on. any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanx in adv.
     
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    I think this DAT file if u opens in notepad/EditPlus then it will show u binary data..awkwrd data...
    i think u shld open it in some hex viewer..
    or search for DAT file viewer of games...

    btw i found one emulator which play over 3000 games for u as it says here.
    http://www.emulator-zone.com/doc.php/arcade/mame.html

    And i searched google and the link for it is:
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&rls=en&q=DAT+file+viewer+for+games&btnG=Search

    if i found more then i will update here.

    regards,
    Parth.
     
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    Try to open it in hex editior it might help you.
     
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    Try to open it in hex editior it might help you.
     
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