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    Pretty much any sport you can think of, graphic design, road tripping, discovering new diners and dives. Might be Guy Fieri. Might be less of a douche than that.

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  1. This is advanced windows user things. What you will do is this. Export your files from MVPedit to your desktop. That will create several files with the ending of .dat. Go into your MVP Caribe\data\database directory. Delete the only the files in that directory that you see on the desktop. So match the file types. There's something like attrib.dat, rhpstats.dat and things like that. Only delete the names of the files that you have in your Desktop. When all files are deleted, drag the files from the Desktop into your MVP Caribe\data\database directory. When you star the g
  2. The only thing I can think of is that either your database file is read-only or that you're overwriting to the incorrect directory.
  3. Okay, in answer to your actual question rather than Futurama jokes, here's the issue. You've got a photo assigned to a certain slot. This is Shane Reynolds slot in the old game. So for example, let's say this player, "John Smith" has an ID number is 894. In the default MVP game, Shane Reynolds was player ID number 894. Now that "John Smith" is no longer in MVP 22, you'll have to remove player ID number 894. From the look of things with the picture on the bottom, I know what Shane Reynolds looks like and that's not Shane Reynolds. So I'm thinking that you've got a phantom player ID
  4. Typo I think. From my limited knowledge of Spanish, "juego" is game and "jugo" is juice. And then when he ran it through a translator, that's what popped up.
  5. I think there may be something that's an issue with Mike Morse needing to be somewhere? I haven't really gotten into 2K12, but I think I remember issues being created if Mike Morse wasn't somewhere on a roster.
  6. Agreed. I just happened to be lucky enough to have a desktop that came with Windows 7 with the option to upgrade to Windows 8. I've kept it for video game purposes only. So I'm able to run MVP Baseball 2005, NBA Live 06, and NHL 2004 just from that machine.
  7. Exactly what Jim said. I'm working on a 1998 classic mod, and you wouldn't be able to get that on ps2. The ps2 version is pretty much as you see it. Defaulting to 2005 rosters, you'd have to change anything you wanted manually, and you'll have generic advertising and stadium features. The mods done here on the PC version have customized things to a great extent. So if you're just looking for the boilerplate throwback game that won't have the expanded wild card or the future playoff expansion and still includes the All-Star Game winner as the home league in the World Series, the ps2
  8. Hi Ballfour-

    Any interest in making Boston BEEs uniform 1936, I can substitute for 1939 or 1941? Thanks for your consideration and all you do for this group.

    nl_1936_boston.gif

  9. Maine is up and all set, overriding the Tampa Bay Rays. https://www.mvpmods.com/files/file/11712-university-of-maine-uniforms/
  10. Version 1.0.0

    9 downloads

    This is a uniform mod for the University of Maine as requested by SPDouglas616. Included are fonts and uniforms for a white home, a road powder blue, and an alternate dark blue, along with uni select screens. Please note that these uniforms will override the Tampa Bay Rays in a default install of MVP Baseball 2005. To install, simply use TiT. Always remember to back up your files. Enjoy!
  11. Do you have any particular team you'd like them to replace?
  12. And all set! https://www.mvpmods.com/files/file/11709-1969-chicago-cubs-uniforms/
  13. Version 1.0.0

    6 downloads

    This is a uniform mod for the 1969 Chicago Cubs, as requested by Savoy Special. Included are home and road uniforms, fonts, and uni select files. To install, simply use TiT. Always remember to back up your files. Enjoy!
  14. Sure. I'll give full credit to I believe it was eskie01 that created the original. I haven't searched for it yet, but I'll add the patch to it to make it work with the 69 mod. QUICK EDIT: I just took a look at the 1971 uniforms you were referring to. I'm not sure who did them - just says "Guest" so it must be someone who either merged names or left the site. The uniforms are good, but the colors look a bit off, so I'm gonna make some tweaks and see if I can get things looking proper.
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