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jollydodger

2016-17 Rosters for Xbox

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I just updated rosters for xbox, will save on memory card you send.  I don't have a modded xbox or anything, just old school uploading it on a card.  I'll do another update after free agents declare, and then again for opening day next year.

Instead of keeping it constantly updated, I'm just doing it a few times a year now.

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The last guy to get the roster on his card, it didn't work.  He has a modded xbox.  The roster works on a regular xbox, though.

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mod an xbox

if not you need a save file on a xbox memory card.  i know Action Replay used to have one that you could plug into the PC to download from and upload to websites such as this

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You can mail me a memory card.  

PO Box 1168

Pinon, AZ  86510

 

I don't know why a modded xbox matters or not, I'm really not knowledgeable with modding or action replay or any of that.  I have a normal old xbox and  normal old memory cards with normal old files.

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A modded xbox takes the shipping cards back and forth out of the picture.  The Xbox is accessible through an FTP program on a computer.  You're then just transferring files.  The FTP program lets you see what's inside the Xbox like it would on your computer.  Not difficult at all.

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Jollydodger,

I had a question about your Xbox rosters, but perhaps others on this thread may have a response too. I'm a baseball junkie, have played some professional ball and can't get enough of the sport. 

MVP Baseball 2005 is still my favorite baseball game to this day. The flow and feel of it has been hard pressed to be replaced even for The Show, in my opinion, which in it's own right is a great franchise as well.

As a result, I'm always on the lookout for updated roster files each year.

I can remember way back in the day I used to have an Action Replay for Xbox and could upload rosters onto it from a file I could download from my PC and load it onto the game.

On these updates rosters, for new players who may not have originally been on the game these rosters updated the blank generic screen for created players with the actual pictures of these players to the rosters in which they were added. For example, if Barry Bonds was on the particular roster I downloaded he would appear and his picture would actually be in the game too with their stats as a result.

With most updates available today, if you can find them, they typically update all rosters and ratings but don't have the capability to add updates to logos and pictures to the console versions.

Does your version have any of this and if not have you heard of anyone for Xbox or ps2 that has been able to create roster files that update any of the visuals for the guys within the game?

I appreciate your response and all of those on this thread that continue to keep this great game going whether it be PC or console. Thank you!

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13 hours ago, TA42 said:

Jollydodger,

I had a question about your Xbox rosters, but perhaps others on this thread may have a response too. I'm a baseball junkie, have played some professional ball and can't get enough of the sport. 

MVP Baseball 2005 is still my favorite baseball game to this day. The flow and feel of it has been hard pressed to be replaced even for The Show, in my opinion, which in it's own right is a great franchise as well.

As a result, I'm always on the lookout for updated roster files each year.

I can remember way back in the day I used to have an Action Replay for Xbox and could upload rosters onto it from a file I could download from my PC and load it onto the game.

On these updates rosters, for new players who may not have originally been on the game these rosters updated the blank generic screen for created players with the actual pictures of these players to the rosters in which they were added. For example, if Barry Bonds was on the particular roster I downloaded he would appear and his picture would actually be in the game too with their stats as a result.

With most updates available today, if you can find them, they typically update all rosters and ratings but don't have the capability to add updates to logos and pictures to the console versions.

Does your version have any of this and if not have you heard of anyone for Xbox or ps2 that has been able to create roster files that update any of the visuals for the guys within the game?

I appreciate your response and all of those on this thread that continue to keep this great game going whether it be PC or console. Thank you!

I can try to let you know soon. I just sent a memory card off to him the other day, hopefully to get the newest roster update.  When it returns, if nobody else has already answered your question I'll take a look.  For me, with sending the card, I'm pretty sure whatever I get back will be the final update (w/pictures) given I don't have a modded xbox

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If you have an original untouched xbox, you are limited. Mainly just the roster. However some things are capable if you have a modded console.

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RoyHobbs,

Thanks! Mwann1028 was going to confirm if jollydodger's rosters were updated rosters or updated rosters with some additional updates (pictures etc.)

it sounds like his rosters work only with a regular Xbox and from your response probably wouldn't be capable of having updates faces and pictures attached to the new rosters and players added to the game.

If I am following that all correctly, you are saying however, that these options can be possible with a modded Xbox and mvpedit via ftp from a Pc onto an AR card that would load it onto your modded Xbox.

A few more questions on this:

(1)-what is mvpedit? Is this a program to download online via a pc to manipulate MVP rosters within the game? If so is this a program that is readily available or only for certain MVP Modders?

(2)-Does mvpedit provide you with roster updates or is this tool a creation tool for the user and it is up to the user to update all 30 teams and players by roster?

(3)- is there anyone on this thread that possesses or updated rosters with pictures etc. for modded Xbox's? If so, I wouldn't mind this option, it would be much easier.

let me know if I'm still off base with some of these details. Again, much appreciated and very helpful!!

 

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TA42,

Will send you private message

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In curious about everything TA42 was asking about.  I have a couple questions as well.  So if it's a basic roster file it will not work on a modded Xbox? My version of Windows doesn't seem to work with my Xbox AR Max but I can always just FTP the file over though, correct?  Also, stadium updates , players with real pics, are these possible for the Xbox version ? Any help would be great man!  I'm new to MVMODS and I'm extreme fan of MVP 2005 for Xbox . I've been gettin PS2 Rosters past couple years , while these are ok, the game is still better on xbox

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@Jbits so @jollydodger's post from Nov. '16 (above), as I interpreted it... is that the rosters he can download to other people's memory cards and send by mail is not compatible with a modded Xbox. The guy replying to him said something about FTP being the way to go if you had a modded Xbox.  I've shipped a card to him and can let you guys asking about stadiums/player pics know whats featured. Btw I am playing on unmodded Xbox.

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Unmodded Xbox needs the .SAV file.   Modded Xbox needs the .dat files, which can then be saved to a SAV file if wanted.

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So if I have a soft modded Xbox and try copying a save file from an Xbox memory card to the HD it won't work?  I don't believe that, I don't see any reason why an Xbox memory card shouldn't work on a soft modded Xbox.  @jollydodgercan I send you a memory card to get the 2017 rosters ?  I'll pay for shipping both ways. 

 

Joe

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I think you have to have Action Replay.

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Gordo,

Is it fair to say, a modded Xbox user would need to send jollydodger an AR card instead of a memory card?

Or would a memory card still work and then the user would have to transfer to an AR card?

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A modded Xbox user should need to send anyone anything.  You can use or convert current files here for the PC for the Xbox, I'm pretty sure.

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On 2/21/2017 at 1:25 PM, Jbits said:

So if I have a soft modded Xbox and try copying a save file from an Xbox memory card to the HD it won't work?  I don't believe that, I don't see any reason why an Xbox memory card shouldn't work on a soft modded Xbox.  @jollydodgercan I send you a memory card to get the 2017 rosters ?  I'll pay for shipping both ways. 

 

Joe

@JbitsGo ahead and send it. I sent him one a few weeks back without confirming (along with $ and a written note including my email)...he emailed me back yesterday asking when I wanted him to send it back

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Wow, I need to check back here more often.  Lot of action....

Okay, let's see....first, I got mwann's memory card and will send it back out on Monday.  The roster is messy right now, mostly with relievers, and I need to get every roster at 25 so it's playable.

Second, I'm sure MVPedit, action replay, and modded Xboxes are child's play, but since I didn't grow up with xbox and having zero experience with any of it, it's all Chinese to me.  I apologize for my ignorance, but I haven't a clue about any of that stuff.

 

After reading the above, it sounds like those with modded xboxes may be able to use my simple roster after doing something else with it.

 

As far as updates to team logos or faces and all that, with the regular xbox, everything is basically original.  Old school DBacks logo, all of the created players have one of the generic faces, etc.  It'd be cool if the substantial PC edits were doable on xbox, and maybe they are, but I'm ignorant on all that.

 

Guys, I simply have an xbox and a great game that I keep the rosters and ratings updated on each year.  Very low-tech.  If that interests you, send me your memory card.  I've sent out 3-4 so far, and nobody provides feedback.  All except the guy who had a modded xbox and had trouble uploading the rosters.  I don't know what ever came of him.

 

The rosters upload perfectly on mine.  When I load the roster file onto your card, I upload it from the card and check it, to make sure it works on my unmodded xbox.  The only legit problem I've experienced is the fact that the game freezes when I try to simulate more than a few games during a dynasty.  I assume it's because of the sheer number of edits and created players, but I don't know for sure.

 

If someone more tech-savvy wants to create something more useful than what I'm providing, I can load the roster onto your card and then you can do your magic with it.  All of this interest is great, though.  I'm glad to help out.

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1 hour ago, jollydodger said:

 I've sent out 3-4 so far, and nobody provides feedback.  All except the guy who had a modded xbox and had trouble uploading the rosters.  I don't know what ever came of him.

That happens around here constantly.  It can be a very lecherous site sometimes.

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JollyDodger (And Others),

Thanks! Your work is appreciated. As we get closer to opening day I will most likely be sending you a card and I'll give you some feedback.

I have a modded Xbox and just dug back into MVP baseball 2005 for Xbox. I previously had been playing with a ps2 but the ability to apply some mods to the Xbox version caught my attention. I'm in the process of picking up a copy of the game but I have picked the brain of a few great members of this community and all have been very helpful and willing to assist with some questions I have had.

I'm ok with the computer, just enough to understand some of the tech talk and apply some mods but have not fully started to play yet.  MvpEdit is an interesting tool but some of the file names and conversions (mainly portraits still confuse me, I think updated portraits alone with updated rosters give it just the amount of fresh paint to be interesting). It also sounds like faces need to be all switched to generic as well in order to prevent crashing.

Your rosters though are old school (not a bad thing at all) so I'm assuming with your rosters since you have them saved to a card is probably something I could either copy to the hard drive of my console via the controller pack or plug into an action replay and upload to my pc and then transfer to my console via ftp (I forget if modded Xbox's can't use memory cards to save/transfer).

I will also throw this out there as there seems to be quite a bit of interest for updated Xbox rosters still which amazes me...perhaps there are enough people with the skill set (or perhaps a coordinated effort by a group) in this community that still play the Xbox version to create a revival of sorts? 

Although my tech skills are a bit limited I'd be willing to try/learn and at worst commit to some funding towards a project like this to those who have the skills to do it and who would be willing to spend their time to work on this.

I know this game is 12 years old from a console now on its 3rd generation that's hard to compete with the likes of a modern game like MLB The Show, but there is still no comparison (close but no cigar) in the feel and fluidness that EA built this game around that has stood the test of time!

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If you have figured out how to convert the portraits, but you don't want to construct and convert all of them for all of those players, at one time I had made portraits that don't have the players face, but would be a substitute by putting in the team logo.  Therefore, you would simply assign that ID to all of the players on that given team.  Just a thought.

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Gordo,

That would probably look pretty cool...after all that's pretty much how they do it presentationally over broadcast. 

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Thanks again @jollydodger ! I'll definitely be providing feedback on the rosters to try and help out you and the others that are wanting to send you memory cards for this upcoming season

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Does anyone remember where to place the 19 .dat files that MVP edit generates for a modded Xbox? I believe 18 go to one location and the 19th in a separate folder but have been unable to work this out just yet. I have started with accessing the database folder and deleting the .big file and adding all 19 files. I noticed there were some other files in this folder that I also left there. Unfortunately, it results in all rosters being blank within the game and then crashing. 

I will continue to play around with this but was curious if anyone recalled how this worked.

Thanks!

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Wait....why are you deleting a .big file? Which one?

Also....just do a search for the .dat files on the system...it should tell you location, just like on a computer.

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Oops maybe that's my problem! I found an old thread on here that said to access the database folder and delete this file and then add the news ones.

Are you saying that all 19 files should already be somewhere in the original game, just locate the right folder with them in there and then overwrite/replace them with the ones generated from mvpedit?

I deleted the database.big file within the database file 

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Well, all I can tell you is that database.big is not a PC file, so it may very well be Xbox specific.  But instead of deleting files that you are unsure if they are going to affect the game, do something like naming the extension ".bak", so that way the game won't read it.

The only thing I recall about the .dat files,which Xbox WILL read, is that 18 of them go somewhere and the 19th one goes in a different folder.  I would download maybe an older roster and see if there's any readme files to instruct as to where they go.

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I have received and successfully implemented @jollydodger's rosters to my unmodded Xbox. Very simple upload process...I went to Memory from the Xbox homescreen, found the Memory Card, scrolled to MVP05, copied the "updated rosters" file and transferred to the Xbox Hard Drive (which is all MVP will search through)...once in the game I uploaded the rosters and saved them within my profile. The rosters are great, and in season mode and quick play they are flawless.  I was also impressed with the amount of current AAA players listed. The only issue I can seem to find (and it's minor) is that in the Owner mode, if you operate past the AAA level, guys that were in original game and still active (i.e. Miguel Cabrera, Bartolo Colon) are listed at the age they were in 2005. This creates a small problem when eyeing a long-term franchise mode and knowing these guys will be around as long as current young stars like Trout/Machado etc....I'll probably end up editing their age down the road. Again, very minor...other than that it's flawless and I feel that most players have a very authentic skill set (except Matt Carpenter, I was bummed he wasn't better)

 

Thanks again for the rosters, and if anyone has any questions I can try and be of help

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Ok, I have done A LOT of searching this website, and tried A LOT of different methods.  This seems to be the only thread alive, that still discusses the xbox end of MVP Baseball.  I have a few questions on everything.  I have a softmodded Xbox, and from everything I read, I SHOULD have the ability to download a roster save, and FTP the roster over to the xbox.  However; when I do this, the game freezes as soon as I select two teams to play in exhibition.

This leads me to the first question, and the questions that seems to get asked the most, but I can't find a clear answer.  When you download a roster file, you are presented with a folder named database.  From what I understand, you move these .dat files from the downloaded roster over to the MVP game database folder.  Now here is where everything I googled seems to get clustered.  First, I have seen people claiming you have to delete certain files, then others say just hit replace.  I have seen someone say, his.dat is the ONLY file you keep in the database folder, then move the 18 .dat files into the database folder.  Now this is a problem, because all the roster downloads have 19 .dat files and not 18.

So what exactly is the process of moving a PC to roster to xbox?  I understand how to ftp, I do it constantly with my xbox, but there seems to be a lot of confusion on the correct way.  If someone knows where I'm going wrong with thi would love to hear.  

 

My second question is, I have a modded xbox, why would jollydogers save file NOT work with a modded xbox?  In theory, and for those who don't have a softmodded xbox, you can still boot the original xbox memory card screen, with that being said, I should be able to take the memory card and transfer the save to my HDD.  If anyone has tried this and it failed, why did it fail?  It obvious people still want to play this game on xbox, and have the interest for an updated roster, and I, much like jollydoger would love to help. If I could get any of these saves to work via softmod, I would be happy to make a video on how to correctly do it.  Any help or ideas, please share, I plan on working on this later tonight again.  

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On 3/8/2017 at 10:38 AM, mwann1028 said:

I have received and successfully implemented @jollydodger's rosters to my unmodded Xbox. Very simple upload process...I went to Memory from the Xbox homescreen, found the Memory Card, scrolled to MVP05, copied the "updated rosters" file and transferred to the Xbox Hard Drive (which is all MVP will search through)...once in the game I uploaded the rosters and saved them within my profile. The rosters are great, and in season mode and quick play they are flawless.  I was also impressed with the amount of current AAA players listed. The only issue I can seem to find (and it's minor) is that in the Owner mode, if you operate past the AAA level, guys that were in original game and still active (i.e. Miguel Cabrera, Bartolo Colon) are listed at the age they were in 2005. This creates a small problem when eyeing a long-term franchise mode and knowing these guys will be around as long as current young stars like Trout/Machado etc....I'll probably end up editing their age down the road. Again, very minor...other than that it's flawless and I feel that most players have a very authentic skill set (except Matt Carpenter, I was bummed he wasn't better)

 

Thanks again for the rosters, and if anyone has any questions I can try and be of help

Thanks, it's great to finally get some feedback. 

On the age thing, I made them their current ages, based on the game being 2005.  So if a player is 25 years old, I made him born in 1980. 

You could create the existing real players in the game, but I don't feel the need.  

 

And Carpenter's value is in his versatility :)

On 3/8/2017 at 1:49 PM, roccodimarco said:

Ok, I have done A LOT of searching this website, and tried A LOT of different methods.  This seems to be the only thread alive, that still discusses the xbox end of MVP Baseball.  I have a few questions on everything.  I have a softmodded Xbox, and from everything I read, I SHOULD have the ability to download a roster save, and FTP the roster over to the xbox.  However; when I do this, the game freezes as soon as I select two teams to play in exhibition.

This leads me to the first question, and the questions that seems to get asked the most, but I can't find a clear answer.  When you download a roster file, you are presented with a folder named database.  From what I understand, you move these .dat files from the downloaded roster over to the MVP game database folder.  Now here is where everything I googled seems to get clustered.  First, I have seen people claiming you have to delete certain files, then others say just hit replace.  I have seen someone say, his.dat is the ONLY file you keep in the database folder, then move the 18 .dat files into the database folder.  Now this is a problem, because all the roster downloads have 19 .dat files and not 18.

So what exactly is the process of moving a PC to roster to xbox?  I understand how to ftp, I do it constantly with my xbox, but there seems to be a lot of confusion on the correct way.  If someone knows where I'm going wrong with thi would love to hear.  

 

My second question is, I have a modded xbox, why would jollydogers save file NOT work with a modded xbox?  In theory, and for those who don't have a softmodded xbox, you can still boot the original xbox memory card screen, with that being said, I should be able to take the memory card and transfer the save to my HDD.  If anyone has tried this and it failed, why did it fail?  It obvious people still want to play this game on xbox, and have the interest for an updated roster, and I, much like jollydoger would love to help. If I could get any of these saves to work via softmod, I would be happy to make a video on how to correctly do it.  Any help or ideas, please share, I plan on working on this later tonight again.  

I have zero firsthand knowledge about modded xboxes.  All I have to go on is what one guy who I shared my roster with told me.  He had trouble with it, and that's all I know.  Maybe it was his error, but I don't know enough about it to tell you anything.

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Roccodimarco,

A lot of us new guys seem to have the same questions. Once we have it figured out I'm sure good things and new updates can come if we all work together.

Im new to the community but there are A LOT of great guys here who have been very helpful. Their main focus is PC but they have been courteous assisting with some of us Xbox people. It has been some trial and error for me thus far and I have not been entirely successful yet getting rosters to work during a game but this is where I'm currently at. Perhaps this will help you or we can continue to push forward in some regard towards a definitive process that works.

I was stuck for awhile but have been scouring everything I can to get more and more information coupled with the great feedback and people on this thread. 

This is what I did and where I'm at as my time has slowly permitted me to progress (I have a modded Xbox):

I used Gordos 2017 roster and uploaded it into MVPedit (available for download in the download section).

From there I exported it to my desktop and placed the .19 date files in a folder. I was stuck here for awhile trying to transfer these 19 .dat files, deleting files etc. just like you. In some instances the game would crash or the rosters would be completely empty on every team or they wouldn't take at all. Was having trouble getting them to appear altogether within the game even though they were in the right database folder on my modded Xbox.

Where I'm currently at and what I did next was I came across and downloaded the Xbox roster database maker from a thread I came across on operationsports.com that was originally provided by krawhitham. http://www.operationsports.com/forums/mvp-baseball-rosters/166350-transfering-pc-rosters-xbox.html

When you download this file it creates a .exe program that I place in the same folder that I exported the 19 .dat files to from mvpedit and then I run it in this folder and it produces a .big file in addition to the 19 .dat files.

From there I ftp this entire folders contents (minus the .exe application, so the 19.dat files and the .big file that was produced) and I place it in the database file within the game on my modded Xbox.

You will overwrite two files that are already present there. the old history file and the old .big file with the new ones in addition to the remaining .dat files.

This will allow you to boot the game up and have Gordos 2017 rosters as the default.

Unfortunately, despite my progress in this regard, the rosters take and do appear for all teams but the game freezes right before the first batter walks to the plate. I believe the answer is to go back into mvpedit and switch out all cyberfaces on each roster to a 901-915 range as has been recommended to me previously. This is as far as I have had time to progress to. I don't know if this is the answer yet, it appears that it is based off the feedback on this thread but when I get a moment I will be converting the cyberfaces for one team to the above mentioned range and then will try an exhibition against this same team with this team to see if the game crashes or if it allows me to play. If it allows me to play then I believe that to be the answer and then I will slowly do the same for the remaining 29 teams.

Maybe I'm still doing it wrong and that's why it freezes and you don't need the roster database program. Or maybe 18.dat files go in one place and one of the .dat files goes elsewhere like I have read and the feedback has suggested but that method unfortunately never produced the game rosters in the actual game like the current method I described above.

If ultimately nothing I try stops the game from crashing right before the first pitch then I will be taking Jollydodger up on his generous offer of sending him a memory card (and some money for his time) for his rosters, but I'm a bit stubborn and like to tinker with this stuff and I haven't fully exhausted all avenues. (By the way, I don't consider myself too technical or savvy at all in this area but can follow directions and know just enough to be dangerous).

If I am successful I will share my final results (if so then there is hope for all others as if I can figure it out then about anyone should be able to), if not I will share that too and then will be PMing Jollydodger lol!

My end goal and highest hopes (whether knocked out and solved via teamwork or paying a skilled individual for their technical work on updated Xbox rosters) would be for updated 2017 rosters with portraits and players names audio. 

 

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The incorrect cybers are going to get in your way for sure, thus the tip to go with the generic numbers.  Putting all 19 .dat files in the same place won't work either.  Sorry, I just can't remember where they go.

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Gordo, thanks! I'll keep trying. Is the Xbox database maker irrelevant and more of a coincidence that the rosters finally appeared on the game after it generated a .big file and I replaced it with the old one in the database folder? This was the only way I was able to make the rosters appear. Have you heard of anyone using this program when transferring rosters to the Xbox before?

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Again, I really don't recall and I looked through all of my MVP stuff to find a read me file but no luck.  If there are old Xbox threads still on here, that's where I would look.

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Alright I have an update as I had some time to experiment with this some more:

I downloaded Gordos 2017 pc rosters, imported them into mvpedit.

Changed all the cyberfaces including managers to between 901-915 (that's the part that takes the longest). Thanks for the advice there again Gordo!

Exported the 19 .dat files into a folder. 

Used the Xbox roster database maker program I shared via a link on this thread previously and dropped it in the same folder as the 19 .dat files and then executed it.

This produced a new database.big file. This is the only file I needed to add to the game.

I then Ftped the generated database.big file into my database folder and overwrote the old one and then delete history.dat (not sure this is necessary but I read somewhere that this had been done previously).

I tested it and an exhibition game loads and is playable. I haven't played a full 9 innings yet but a few innings and all was good. Previously I was never able to start a game.

I hope this helps others who may be doing the same!

I will report back if I run into any glitches and cannot get through a full game when I have more time.

Will next start to play with either portraits or audio. This looks a lot more complicated...

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So for us non modded Xbox owners, the only option is still to snail mail a memory card? In my past NFL 2K5 days, people would post their rosters from an Action Replay .zip file and we could up/down load them amongst each other. Is this not possible with this game? Sorry for my ignorance, its been several years.

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I'll probably edit the relief pitchers to align with Opening Day rosters, but then I won't touch the rosters for awhile.  I sent out the file to "jbits" and hopefully he'll provide some feedback.  

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One thing I just thought of - I probably need to update veteran pitcher repertoires and pitch speeds, as I'm always editing the new guys. SP with 10+ years have probably lost a couple of mph on their fastballs.

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I'm extremely interested in grabbing whatever files I can to try to update to current rosters. 

I'm willing to give pertinent feedback as well about the process/if it works/what I did. 

If someone has the files I would love to grab them .  Thanks!

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I just sent out another memory card with the roster file on it, so hopefully we'll be getting some feedback here in a few days.

 

I'm moving, so don't send me your memory card until i post my new address here.  It won't take long, maybe a 2-week gap.  I just don't want someone's card to get lost in the mail and not find its way to me.

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New address for updated MVP roster for xbox:

4323 N 53 Lane  #1031

Phoenix, AZ  85031

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Perhaps it would be better for those interested in these rosters to exchange personal information via private messaging?

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They do.  And some just send me their memory card unannounced, so I share my address.  Shrug.

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Is it still possible to get updated rosters for MVP 2005 for regular xbox?

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Sorry, I haven't visited here in awhile.  

 

I'm working on updating the roster/ratings for the 2017 season.  This'll be the last one I do.  

Just send me your memory card, I'll send it back out as soon as it's done.  No money necessary, but if you wanted to send $5 to cover postage - that's what most people do, of their own accord.  I appreciate it.

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Thank you for doing this for the people in here. I'd love to have this too but I don't have a modded Xbox. All I have is the original Xbox and the Mvp 2005 game that goes with it. I don't have action replay or anything like that so I will be unable to use it. But thank you anyways.

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