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Dave's Date Changer 1.0.0

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My brother David created this powershell thing that changes the date to July 15 2012 and then changes it back to the current date when you exit the game. I hope this helps some people who find it super annoying to change the computer date back and forth all the time.

Created by David Septimus.

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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

Thank you and your brother for this, it is the best  app for applying the date change AND starting the game all in one. Good work!

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A Tea Daze

· Edited by A Tea Daze


The game is literally unplayable without it unless you like manually changing the date every time you run it


It's completely safe to use. The script does exactly what it says and nothing more. It needs admin rights to change the date as it's a system-level setting


I would only change line 10 to improve compatibility. It uses the default installation directory for MLB2K12 so it will not work if you installed MLB2K12 to another directory


Example: I changed it to this to get it working on my computer:

Start-Process -FilePath "C:\Games\MLB 2K12\mlb2k12.exe" -Wait

Alternately, you could change the file path string to .\mlb2k12.exe and explicitly require the script to be run from the MLB2K12 root folder


An essential mod. Thanks for uploading it!

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I'll get back to you on the powershell question. I know there is a specific way to do the directory/shortcut, I just have to get in touch with my brother on that, as I didn't do any of the work here :)

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This is great, would be nice to have a readme.txt included in the download for us who have never used powershell or are not used to scripting. Do i just place the powershell file in the folder directory?

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