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Jim825

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  1. That’s the problem. There is no “one size fits all” answer. What works for one person doesn’t work for another.
  2. People have been trying to get the game to run under Windows 10 for 5 years, based upon when this thread was started. If there was an answer to your question, it would have been in this thread.
  3. There is nothing that needs to be done. I mainly play the game on a PC running Windows XP and support for XP ended years ago. I also have a Windows 7 laptop that that I play the game on. Just because Windows XP and Windows 7 are no longer supported, it doesn't mean the game won't run.
  4. You already asked about this in two other threads. Please don’t keep making a new thread to ask the same question over and over. It is against site rules.
  5. Unless of course you like french fries better than pizza. In that case, you’ll be happy with what you end up with.
  6. It sounds like he is asking for help, not offering to give it. Plus you agreed not to keep asking for help every time a new cyberface modder makes a new topic.
  7. .ROS files are used in MLB2K12. They will not work in MVP2005.
  8. Avon, CT. About 15 minutes west of Hartford. I know that BallFour is from CT, and I grew up in CT as well.
  9. Good luck. My mom is in a retirement community in Avon. She got power back yesterday morning but then lost it again last night. Eversource called today and they estimate that she won’t get power back until Tuesday!
  10. Nice job. Those look great.
  11. I recently bought a copy of High Heat 2004 (no, I'm not abandoning my beloved MVP2005!) and was told that the Saitek P880 controller would work with the game. Before I bought my XBox 360 controller, I had a Saitek P880 and it worked great with MVP2004 and MVP2005, so I bought a wired P880 thinking that it would allow me to have one controller for both games. Long story short, I was not thrilled with the way that the P880 played on High Heat 2004. The controller works fine in the game, but the buttons don't map exactly like the Microsoft Sidewinder featured in the High Heat 2004 manual, so I had to figure out the button to function mapping on my own. I ended up buying a Sidewinder so I am selling the P880 over at eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Saitek-P880-Dual-Analog-Gamepad-in-Excellent-Condition/193567474632?epid=150326796&hash=item2d118543c8:g:qpIAAOSwTKVfCm~w The controller is excellent condition and plays great on MVP2005. It's possible that it can be used for MLB2K, however, I can't comment on that since I have never played those games (unless you count when I owned MLB2K9 for one week).
  12. Please don't bump your posts or ask the same questions multiple times.
  13. It took OTBJoel 3 years to complete the Legends from the Booth audio mod for MVP2005. It’s taken me 13 years to get through 150 games in my Total Classics 1978 dynasty! Of course if I played more than one game every 6 months, I might get through it sooner.
  14. That file contains the datafile.txt as well. It may contain some other settings but I can’t remember off the top of my head right now. For the camera angles, what you did will work fine.
  15. Yes, just copy the datafile.txt file from the TC1955 data folder to the data folder of any other mod you want to use it in.
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