Contents of the MDFB_UNP.TXT file
Okay, time to break Mike Ditka's Ultimate Football....
MTFB.EXE and DAT101.DAT are dated 10/20/91.
They use an overlay scheme, and load part of the executable code in from
(among other executable files) a file called DAT101.DAT.
Do the following:
1. Copy DAT101.DAT to DAT101.OK (or some other suitable backup name),
just in case this doesn't work.
2. Run DEBUG as follows:
and you get the "-" prompt.
debug will come back with some segment plus the BD57 offset.
It'll look like this:
Where NNNN is the segment ( which will be unique to your own
particular setup - trust me, just do it - it doesn't matter)
At this point, type NOP and press return.
then, type NOP again, and press return.
press return again, and this will return you
to the " - " prompt.
4. Then, type E CS:BD5E and press return.
It'll come back with the address, and a " 12. "
enter 22, and press return. You have made all of
the necessary changes. To write the file back out,
press W and return, and then Q to quit.
5. Now, when you are asked to enter the special number from the
code wheel, just press return. And enjoy!
"Hacking: It's not just a job...it's a lot of fun."