Jun 25 2006, 03:41 AM
How do you get rid of the federal warnings in the dead or alive games? Which file do I delete?
Jun 25 2006, 08:40 AM
doau has a patch you can apply to remove it. that or you can put something else in its place.
as for doa3 just use the pal version.. it doesnt contain the warning screen.
doax like doau can also be replaced by another pic or something
Jun 26 2006, 02:15 AM
hey there you are, NZ's been dead i was wondering where everybody was hanging at.
yeah i remeber when i luckily disabled doau's warning screen. the doau demo naturally never had one, so its all just a process of cut and paste to se the difference, i disabled it prolly by pure luck. but as he said the pal versions dont have them, so they could be used as refernces point to help disable the ntsc ones warning screeens.
anyway for dead or alive ultimate:
open "doa2.xbe" in a hex editor, and goto offset (00408D30) and blank that entire thing with zeros...and that should just about do it.... like 8 zeros.. not too many, but a few zero's can't hurt. i actaully figured its just a single value, but i totally forget, so for now blindly zero a few bytes, which will disable the warning and bypass straight to the main game without any other weirdness.
if anyones interested in helping me with doau, i have a forum, just give me a PM
Apr 8 2009, 02:25 PM
The hex edit trick posted by the guy above really worked for DOA2 (NTSC-U). I'm bumping this because there are a ton of misleading threads about this stupid warning, and most of them say that the warning screen is required for caching. It's not. Do the hex edit (I entered 16 zeros), and the warning will no longer be displayed.
May 11 2009, 02:34 AM
thank you, the warning was like ending credit of a movie.
thats worst than old movies with credits before the video.
Jun 8 2009, 04:17 AM
Cant wait to do it
Nov 23 2009, 07:51 PM
Does anybody know the hex number for the US version of Doa3??
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