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Putting mods on comouter and what programs needed

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I just started looking at mods on the website and i need to know what programs for my computer and what cord i need to link my computer to my ps2 to were i can put mods on san andreas i don't want to create mods just to get them off the internet HELP PLEASE!

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Tool for modding the game would be:

- IMG tool 2.0

- GXT editor

- txd workshop 3.5

- audio editor

All avaliable from main site's download database.

Note: most mods will just require IMG tool. I've out these other tools because they are sometimes (read: rarely) needed for some particular mods.

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Tool for modding the game would be:

- IMG tool 2.0

- GXT editor

- txd workshop 3.5

- audio editor

All avaliable from main site's download database.

Note: most mods will just require IMG tool. I've out these other tools because they are sometimes (read: rarely) needed for some particular mods.

do i need all those just to put the mods on the website on my game

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do i need all of those programs just to put the cars on the website to my playstation2 how do i connect my computer to my playstation2

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Don't double post! The mods on this website and any mod on any other website are for the PC version of San Andreas only! You cannot mod textures on the PS2!

BTW, Welcome to the forums! :hi:

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Modifying games for consoles is possible if you have the right utility to copy the content of your PS2 disk onto your HDD, mod it, and then burn the modded compilation to a new disk.

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Yes, to mod SA for PS2, you need a dual-layer DVD burner, a blank DVD, a burning app that's able to create ISO disks, a PS2 with a modchip, and about 5-7GB of free HD space. Copy the entire SA disc to a folder on your PC, mod it, and burn it onto a dual-layer DVD as an ISO. Then turn your PS2 modchip on and play the game.

Trust me, it's a lot easier to just shell out $20 for the PC version and mod that.

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Wow, you can actually mod PS2 SA? Well I guess I learnt something new today. Does the above mentioned utility create folders and stuff similar to the PC version or is it an entirely different layout?

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U just keep asking the same thing, and don't ask nothing at particular...why don't u try asking something usefull? i mean, u have mods...ok...but, what mods? what kind? u must be specific or u won't get help.

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