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Beginner's Guide to Modding Persona 4 Golden - A Tutorial for Persona 4 Golden (PC).

Step-by-step instructions for setting up everything you need to install and run P4G mods, plus resources for those who want to make their own!

1. Introduction

This guide will walk you through the setup required to play Persona 4 Golden on PC with mods.

Before we begin, it's worth noting that this guide isn't the only way to get set up. If you’re mostly interested in quality-of-life mods and fixes, consider checking out the P4G Community Enhancement Pack (CEP) instead. The CEP uses the same tools detailed here, but it's preconfigured for a simplified installation and the most popular mods are preinstalled.

No matter which method you choose - this guide or the CEP, the mods available to you will be the same.

For those of you looking to make your own mods and contribute to the community, a second section ("Making Mods") can be found at the end of this guide with helpful resources.



2. Installation

To save yourself a lot of wasted time now, please make sure you’re using a legally purchased copy of the game from Steam before attempting to follow these instructions. 

Several of the most popular mods do not work with pirated versions.

Note: If you've used mods with P4G before and you're revisiting this guide after an extended period away from the game, please check out the "Uninstallation" section below first.



2.1. Requirements

Download the following programs from the links below. As you progress through this guide you will be shown how and when to install them:


When downloading from GitHub, make sure you download the latest release .zip/.7z files named above and not the source code.



2.2. Setup

First, let's prepare your PC to get modding-ready! Completing these initial steps will prevent the most commonly reported issues and setup the best possible environment to start from:

  1. Disable automatic updates for P4G in Steam.

    If P4G ever gets another update on PC, your mods may stop working until the mod creators can update them. Disable automatic updates to avoid any nasty surprises in the future.





  2. Set the game's language to English in Steam (if not already).

    Most P4G mods are only compatible with the English-text version of the game. If you are using the Korean, Chinese or Japanese-text version, switch to English now.

    Please note: changing this setting does not affect character voices. English and Japanese audio can be switched between in-game and both work with mods.





  3. Make sure you're using the latest, stable Steam version of the game by opting out of betas.

    Beta versions aren’t compatible with mods. Right-click on the game in your Steam library -> Properties -> Betas -> set “Select the beta you would like to opt into” to “None”.





  4. Verify the integrity of your game files.

    Very important. This will compare your local P4G files to those on Steam's servers and re-download any that have been modified (doesn't affect save files, don't worry!).





  5. Stop the following applications from running if you have them installed:

    - Razer Cortex
    - RivaTuner Statistics Server / MSI Afterburner's Overlay
    - MSI Dragon Center / Control Center

     They are known to cause the game to crash at start-up when mods are enabled.

    I strongly recommend checking services/background processes in Task Manager to be certain these programs are closed before you continue.



  6. Disable Special K if you have it (most people won't).

    Special K is incompatible with P4G's mod loader and the game's likely to crash if you try to use them together.

    To disable it, open your P4G installation directory (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden) and delete dxgi.dll before continuing with the guide.



  7. Run the All-In-One Prerequisite Installer (see "Requirements"). 

    This open-source tool will download every distributable/runtime required to use mods, and launch each installer sequentially.

    Please install/repair everything you are prompted to according to the instructions in the console window, whether you already have them installed or not. (Yes, you need both the x64 and x86 versions!).

    If you are asked to reboot your PC at any point, please wait until the AIOP installer has completely finished before doing so.





  8. Install 7-zip if you don’t already have a program installed for extracting .7z/.rar files.



  9. To keep everything tidy and contained, create a dedicated folder named P4G Mods somewhere on your PC for all of your modding stuff. I'll refer to this folder multiple times in this guide.

    The recommended location for this is in the root of your C:\ drive (e.g. C:\P4G Mods).

    It's very important that you do not create your P4G Mods folder in a location that requires administrator access (e.g. C:\Program Files) or one that's synced to a cloud backup service (OneDriveDropbox etc.).

    Within your P4G Mods folder you should create an empty folder named Tools, and within that two more named Aemulus Package Manager and Reloaded-II like so:

    - P4G Mods
        - Tools
            - Aemulus Package Manager
            - Reloaded-II



    Note: if you use an anti-virus application that tends to complain about perfectly safe software (*cough* Norton *cough*), whitelist these folders now.



  10.  Create a new, empty mods folder in the root of your game's installation directory (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden\mods).

    You'll need this for Reloaded II to work correctly later.



  11.  That's it! Your installation environment is set up and ready to go. The next step is to configure the tools themselves, starting with Reloaded II.



2.3. Reloaded II

Reloaded II is an open-source application with DLL injection features. 

This program is required to run Persona 4 Golden PC Mod Loader, which in turn will allow us to install and run 99% of the P4G mods available: Aemulus Package Manager mods.

  1. Download the latest, stable release of Reloaded II (see "Requirements") and extract the contents to your newly created Tools\Reloaded-II folder as pictured.





  2. Run Reloaded-II.exe by double-clicking the file.

    If you can't find Reloaded-II.exe or it doesn't launch, your anti-virus is most likely to blame. Try making an exception/whitelisting the application and its folder, then re-download and try again.



  3. On first launch, Reloaded II may ask you to download and install some prerequisites. If it does, install all of these as prompted before continuing.



  4. Now we're on the main Reloaded II screen, disable "Show Console" by changing the red plus to a grey minus.

    Mod creators may ask you to enable this for troubleshooting purposes, but generally, you’ll want it disabled.





  5. In Reloaded II’s left column, you should see a plus icon. If you hover your mouse over this, it will say "Add an Application". Click this to open a file selection prompt.





  6. In this Windows Explorer window, browse to your game's installation directory (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden).

    Find and click on your P4G.exe to highlight it, then click “Open”.





  7. After selecting the P4G.exe, you will be returned to the main Reloaded II window. You should notice that there is now an icon for P4G in the left column (the protagonist's face):





  8. The next step is to download the Reloaded II mods we need. In the left column, click the "Download Mods" icon:





  9. In the list of mods shown, find and select "Persona 4 Golden PC Mod Loader" then click "Download":



    A smaller window will appear confirming the packages to be downloaded. Click "Download" again:





  10. Now do the same again, this time for "Persona 4 Golden PC Tiny Fixes". Download it from the list:





  11. Now that both have been downloaded, click on the "Manage Mods" icon in the left column:





  12. In the "Manage Mods" view, highlight "Persona 4 Golden PC Mod Loader". From here we need to enable p4g.exe by clicking on the grey, square icon to the left of the text.

    Do the same for “Persona 4 Golden PC Tiny Fixes”. The boxes should change to red when enabled, like so:





  13. As shown in my screenshot above, you may also have two other mods installed:

    - “Steam Hook
    - “Reloaded II Shared Lib: Reloaded.Hooks

    Do not enable p4g.exe for these - leave them unchecked (grey).



  14. Finally, click on the P4G icon in the left column (protagonist’s face) to enter the "Configure Mods" view.

    In this view, enable both mods and drag into the order pictured:

    - “Persona 4 Golden PC Mod Loader
    - “Persona 4 Golden PC Tiny Fixes

    Once enabled, check that Steam is running on your PC and click “Launch Application”.



    With this quick test, we just want to make sure P4G boots successfully. If you can reach the title screen without issue, we're good. Close the game.

    If it doesn't, see the "Troubleshooting" section of this guide for help before continuing.

    Whenever you want to play P4G with mods, you must launch the game via Reloaded II (with Steam running in the background). Launching the game without doing this will run the game with mods disabled.

    To make future launches simpler, you can create a Reloaded II-specific desktop shortcut for P4G with the “Create Shortcut” option.

    If you'd like to add a Reloaded II shortcut to Steam, you can follow the instructions here.



  15. We’re now ready for the final steps: installing a Persona 4 Golden PC Mod Loader mod with Aemulus Package Manager!



2.4. Aemulus Package Manager

Aemulus Package Manager is an open-source application that makes installing, managing and updating your Persona 4 Golden PC Mod Loader mods super simple. Most downloads on GameBanana are structured specifically for it.

You can identify a mod made with Aemulus-compatibility in mind from the red “A” logo on the preview image (e.g. "Detailed Descriptions"). Mods without this graphic tend to be older and may cause issues.

  1. Download the latest, stable release of Aemulus Package Manager (see "Requirements") and extract the contents to your P4G Mods\Tools\Aemulus Package Manager folder as pictured:





  2. Open Aemulus Package Manager by double-clicking AemulusPackageManager.exe.

    Y
    ou shouldn't need to run this application "as administrator" but if you experience any issues, give it a try.

    If you can't find AemulusPackageManager.exe, it doesn't open, or you're getting some errors about missing files at launch, your anti-virus is most likely to blame. Try making an exception/whitelisting the application and its folder, then re-download and try again.



  3. At first launch, the application will look something like this:



    P4G should be selected from the top-left drop-down menu (if not already).



  4. Since this is the first time we’ve used the program, we’ll need to configure it. Click the yellow "Configure Paths and Settings" icon in the top bar:





  5. You will be presented with a smaller window asking you for three paths:

    - "Output Folder"
    This is the location Aemulus will copy your compiled mods to. This must be the mods folder in your game’s installation directory (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden\mods).

    - "P4G.exe Path"
    This must point directly to Persona 4 Golden’s main executable (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden\P4G.exe).

    - "Reloaded-II.exe Path"
    This must point directly to Reloaded II’s main executable (e.g. C:\P4G Mods\Tools\Reloaded-II\Reloaded-II.exe).



    Note: It’s very important that these paths are correct, so triple-check them before continuing. The contents of "Output Folder" will be completely deleted whenever you make changes to your mod loadout, so selecting the wrong path here could have major consequences!



  6. You'll notice a few checkboxes at the bottom of this Config window with additional options.

    For now, enable these:

    - "Use CPK Structure"
    - "Delete Old Versions"
    - "Enable Mod Updates"
    - "Update All On Refresh"

    You can learn more about these options in the Aemulus documentation.



  7. Finally, before we close this window make sure that “English (data_e.cpk)” is selected in the drop-down menu, then click "Unpack Base Files".

    If you’ve set your paths correctly, you should see the console window update with messages about various files being extracted before completing with a "Finished Unpacking!" message:



    This may take a little while to complete. Click "OK" to close the pop-up message, then close the Config window.

    Note: If you get an error here that says "Failed to unpack everything from Persona 4 Golden! Please check if you have all prerequisites installed!", run the All-In-One Prerequisite Installer again.

    You need exactly the prerequisite versions that application installs. If it wants you to install .NET Core 3.1.10, that's what you install. Not 3.1.9, not 3.1.11 - 3.1.10! Remove them all and reinstall if you have to. If necessary, you can then update them to the newest versions once you've finished this guide and confirmed everything's working correctly.

    For any other issues at this step, try whitelisting the Aemulus folder/program in your anti-virus, then re-download Aemulus and try again. If that doesn't work, see the "Troubleshooting" section below.



  8. We’re now ready to install a mod!

    To demonstrate, I’ll be using "P5 Strikers Font". For the purpose of this tutorial please follow along, making sure you download the mod with the green, manual "Download" button and not the "Aemulus Package Manager" (1-click install) button.

    You can delete the mod at the end if you decide you don't want it anymore.

    While it's important to install your first mod manually so you know how the process works, feel free to use the 1-click install button for mods after completing this guide.



  9. Click on the “Open Package Folder” icon in the top bar. This will open a Windows Explorer window at the following location: Aemulus Package Manager\Packages\Persona 4 Golden. This is where all of your Persona 4 Golden PC Mod Loader mods will be installed from now on.





  10. Let’s take the P5 Strikers Font .zip we downloaded and open it with 7-zip. We can see that the root folder within is P5 Strikers Font. Drag this folder into your Packages\Persona 4 Golden directory:





  11. With any mod you install, it’s important to always check the folder structure to ensure it will work properly with Aemulus. All mods installed in Packages\Persona 4 Golden need to follow this general structure as a minimum:

    - P5 Strikers Font (the name of the mod)
        - data_e (alternatively data0000x, SND or movie)
           
    - the mod files and folders

    With this in mind, let’s check the font mod to see if it looks correct:



    P5 Strikers Font\data_e\init\...

    This looks good! You may have noticed two more files here in the root:

    - Package.xml contains metadata for the mod, including version number and the author's name.
    - Preview.png is a preview image.



  12. Now that we know the mod is structured and installed correctly, let’s go back to the main Aemulus window and click the “Refresh Packages in Grid” icon:





  13. You should now see the font mod listed! To enable it, click the check box in the "Enabled" column on the left:





  14. With the mod enabled, we’re ready to build and try it out in-game! Click the “Build and Merge Package Loadout” icon in the top bar.





  15. Again, the console at the bottom will update and after a few moments a “Finished Building!” message will appear:





  16. If we go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden\mods, we can see that Aemulus has built our mod loadout and placed it here, ready to be used in-game.



  17. Now to try it out! Simply launch P4G via Reloaded II. You can do this directly in Reloaded II, from a shortcut (if you created one earlier) or with the “Launch Persona 4 Golden” rocket icon in Aemulus:





  18. As you can see from the screenshot below… it works! The font has been replaced and now uses the one from P5 Strikers!





  19. ...And we’re finally finished! You’re ready to start downloading and using mods with P4G! Whenever you download a new mod, simply follow the process detailed in step 8 of this section onwards.

    Remember, you must click the "Build" button (hammer) whenever you make a change to your enabled mods in Aemulus for your modifications to appear in-game.

    It's recommended to always keep your mods and tools up-to-date for the best experience. Aemulus and Reloaded II will automatically check for any available mod/application updates whenever you open the applications or refresh.



2.5. Troubleshooting

  • "My controller isn't working."

    Some controllers (particularly the newer ones; PS5, Xbox Series), don't seem to work with P4G by default. To force the game to recognise all controller types, try enabling Steam Input:

    1. In the game Properties window, select Controller.
    2. Set Override for Persona 4 Golden to Enable Steam Input.

    If that doesn't work, try launching the game with mods as an administrator or via an alternate Reloaded II shortcut (Aemulus, desktop shortcut etc.).



  • "I'm getting an Aemulus error that says: The requested operation requires elevation."

    Run Aemulus Package Manager as an administrator and try again.



  • "I'm seeing an error in the Reloaded II console that says: Assertion Failed: Couldn't fit all the environmental variables in allotted space."

    This isn't an error. If you're experiencing issues, I can assure you this isn't the cause.



  • "P4G crashes/freezes immediately when I launch with modloader enabled."

    I've made a flowchart for troubleshooting this issue here (full-size version):



    Please work through these steps. Should help you solve 99% of these issues.


  • "Cutscenes are laggy/being skipped entirely."

    There are a few possible fixes for this issue:

    - Most often, it's caused by having too many Reloaded II mods installed resulting in an out-of-memory error (this is unrelated to how much RAM you have installed). If you've recently installed an extra/non-essential Reloaded II mod like "XP Share", try disabling it and see if that helps.

    - Make sure Windows Media Player is correctly installed and enabled. Atlus themselves address this issue here.

    - If you are using a laptop with both an Nvidia graphics card and Intel integrated graphics, try forcing the use of your dedicated GPU for P4G. Windows might be choosing the weaker Intel graphics automatically to save power. You can find this setting in your NVIDIA Control Panel application under "Manager 3D settings" -> "Program Settings".

    - Try using the "Low" setting under "Animation Quality" in-game (Config).



  • "My save data disappeared!"

    Troubleshooting steps for this issue can be found here.



  • "My issue isn't listed here..."

    1. Start by checking the dedicated page for the application you're having issues with (Reloaded II, Aemulus etc.). It's possible your query has been answered before in the troubleshooting sections or comments there.

    2. If you think your issue might be unrelated to mods, try checking the PCGamingWiki article for P4G.

    3. If you're still stuck after working through the options above and you know how to say "please" and "thank you", feel free to ask for help in the #p4g-help channel on the "Persona Modding" Discord server or comment below this guide.



2.6. FAQ

  • "Will installing mods break Steam achievements for the game? Can I get banned?"

    No. P4G doesn't have any kind of anti-cheat system. Using mods from GameBanana will not get you banned or break Steam achievements.

    There are a few mods out there that adjust the parameters for achievements (e.g. Ultimate Persona - Compendium Registration), but none are known to break anything.



  • "Is it possible to disable the in-game motion blur?"

    Motion blur is tied to the game's lighting effects, meaning that it's very difficult to disable without incurring significant graphical compromises.

    However, the higher the game's framerate is, the more motion blur is reduced. If you have a PC that can run the game at a high framerate, try the following:
  1. Launch P4G and go to the Config from the main menu.
    2. Go to the Graphics tab and set the Vsync setting to Off.
    If you can get 100+ FPS, the motion blur effect will be basically unnoticeable.



  • "Can I install mods on a Linux device, like a Steam Deck?"

    Aemulus being built on WPF is currently the biggest obstacle to Linux compatibility. Right now, it simply won't work.

    Technically, you could follow this guide and get everything else running under Wine, but you would still need a Windows device to run Aemulus on and actually build your mod loadout. Once built, you could copy it over to your Linux machine.

    It's possible and people have done it, but we can't support that configuration here, so please don't ask in the comments.

    I recommend searching through the #p4g-help channel in the "Persona Modding" Discord server where the subject has been discussed at length.



2.7. Uninstallation

To completely uninstall Reloaded II, Aemulus Package Manager and your mods, please delete the following and then verify the integrity of your game files

Recommended if it's been a while since you last played with mods or if you're experiencing some issues and want to start over.

  • Your Reloaded II folder (e.g. C:\P4G Mods\Tools\Reloaded-II)
  • Your Aemulus Package Manager folder (e.g. C:\P4G Mods\Tools\Aemulus Package Manager)
  • Your mods folder (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden\mods)
  • C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Reloaded-Mod-Loader-II
  • Any mod-related folders within C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Onova
  • data00007.pac within your game's installation folder (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden)



3. Making Mods

3.1. Unpacking Persona 4 Golden

For everything but music modding, you'll need an unpacked version of the game files to work from. The recommended tool for unpacking P4G is TGE's "preappfile"

  1. To unpack the game with preappfile, start by downloading the latest release from GitHub (not the source code).



  2. Open the .zip you downloaded and extract the contents to somewhere on your PC. For the purposes of this guide, I'll be using a directory called P4G Mods\Tools\preappfile.





  3. Before we unpack anything, verify the integrity of your game files in Steam (even if you've done it before). This will compare your local P4G files to the version on Steam's servers and re-download any that have been modified. Important.





  4. Now that your files have been validated, navigate to your P4G installation directory (e.g.  C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Persona 4 Golden). Here you will find a few files we need.



  5. Select the following files and copy them to your P4G Mods\Tools\preappfile folder:

    - data_e.cpk
    - data00000.pac
    - data00001.pac
    - data00002.pac
    - data00003.pac
    - data00004.pac
    - data00005.pac
    - data00006.pac

    If you have a data00007.pac in there too, ignore that one. data00007.pac is a mod-generated file that we won't want for this.

    The data_e.cpk is an index for the English-language version of the game, containing information on which files are contained within each .pac. The .pac files are archives.

    There are multiple .cpk files for data, each for a different language (English, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Korean), plus sysdata.cpk and movie.cpk too. Preappfile unpacks the .pac files according to the .cpk, resulting in an unpack that's accurate to how the game loads the files.



  6. In your P4G Mods\Tools\preappfile folder, drag-and-drop your copy of data_e.cpk onto preappfile.exe (as pictured):





  7. You should see a console window pop-up immediately and begin extracting files from the .pac's. This will likely take a little while to complete.

    If the window pop-up appears for a second but then immediately closes, you're most likely missing .NET Core 3.1 Desktop Runtime or didn't verify your game files. Reinstall the prerequisites/verify and try again.





  8. When finished, the window will automatically close and you'll notice a new folder in your preappfile directory: data_e.





  9. And that's it! Your files are unpacked there. Time to start digging through and see what you can find.

    You might have noticed that there were a couple of other .cpk/.pac combinations in your game installation directory that we didn't cover: movie and sysdat.

    You can follow the same unpacking process detailed above for those if you're curious. The movie files contain the animated cutscenes.



3.2. Identifying Files

Now that your game is unpacked, you're probably looking at this huge directory of files in data_e and thinking, "I know I want to mod X, but where is it..?".

The primary method for identifying files is through the use of the Reloaded II Console. When enabled, this can show you real-time information on files that are currently being accessed by the game. This can be incredibly useful - esecially when trying to identify models, textures or scripts that you can't easily locate when looking at the raw game files:

  1. Enable the console by opening Reloaded II and clicking the "Show Console" checkbox. When enabled, the checkbox will change to red.





  2. Now that the console is enabled, we need to configure it. Click on the p4g.exe icon in the left column (the protagonist's face, yellow) to go to to the "Configure Mods" view.

    From here, highlight "Persona 4 Golden PC Mod Loader" and click "Configure Mod".





  3. A smaller window will pop-up and you'll be presented with a list of options (pictured). However, the only option we're interested in here is "Verbose Mode". Tick this box to enable it, then click the "Save" button:





  4. With the console enabled and configured, let's take a look at an example use-case. For this tutorial, I will be trying to identify the file responsible for Kanji Tatsumi's portrait in the S. Link menu.



  5. Launch the game via Reloaded II. If your game is in windowed-mode, you should immediately see a new, second window appear alongside it with a lot of white text. This is the console:



    If your game is not in windowed-mode, go into the game "Config" and enable it.



  6. From here, load your saved game as normal. Once in-game, open the "S. Link" menu option and select Kanji Tatsumi from the list:





  7. You've probably noticed by this point that whenever you perform an action in-game, lines of text will stream across the console window. These are mostly paths to files being accessed in the game's .pacs.



  8. Let's take a look at the lines that appeared when we opened Kanji's S. Link profile as pictured above:



    Here I've highlighted one of the paths to make it easier to read:

    - data00001 refers to the pac being accessed. When comparing to your unpacked game files, you can interpret any data0000x location as your data_e folder.

    - commu¥bustup¥com_kyara06_a_s.tmx is simply a path with a different formatting. You can interpret "¥" as "\" when comparing to your unpacked files.

    So, all together this path reads as data_e\commu\bustup\com_kyara06_a_s.tmx. Let's check this location in our files and see what it contains.



  9. Since this file is a .tmx, I'll be using Amicitia to open it. You can find this tool in the "Tools" section of this guide below.



    As expected, it's the portrait we were looking for! We now know that this is the file we need to modify if we want to make a mod that changes how this portrait of Kanji appears in-game!

    I hope this gave you a general idea of how the console can be helpful. I recommend playing with some examples of your own to better understand how it works. When you're not using it, feel free to disable it again from Reloaded II.

    If you want to find out more about how mods are packaged for use in-game and sharing with others, I recommend downloading and inspecting some examples from GameBanana, and checking out the main Aemulus Package Manager page too.

    Note: The Reloaded II Console is not always a catch-all, perfect solution for finding the files you need. For some things like tables and files embedded within a .bin for example, the console won't be able to help you and you'll need to do some manual digging of your own. Check out the tools and resources below for help with this.



3.3. Modding Resources

  • Amicitia Wiki
    This site has lots of information on file types, structure, tables and the tools required to work with them generally.

  • P4G Music Manager
    If you would like to learn how to replace music tracks in the game or create your own song packs, check out T-Pose Ratkechi's tool and the accompanying guide. This is the recommended method for general music modding.

  • GameBanana Tutorials and Questions
    A few tutorials for the most common modding tasks have been written and you can find them here. "Questions" too is another section worth checking if you have a query you think may have been answered before.

  • ShrineFox's Flowscript Documentation
    If you're familiar with software development and are interested in creating something like "Custom Sub Menu" or "Dojima's Coffee", start here! The relevant tools are linked below (see "Atlus Script Tools").

    You can also find a video on the subject from ShrineFox on his YouTube channel. It's a little outdated now, but the fundamentals remain the same.

  • ShrineFox Forum
    Modding discussion and support for various Persona games, P4G included.

  • "Persona Modding" Discord Server
    Discussion and support for a variety of Persona games, P4G included. Virtually every active modder is in there.

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    I'm stuck at step no.9 of Reloaded_II section. I couldn't see "Persona 4 golden Mod Loader" in Download Mods and it didn't show as many mods as it shown in the picture of this guide. This is my first time modding this game, sorry if I'm dumb
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    So I have a question, I followed all the steps exactly to mod P4G and it works, however Aemulus doesn't run any of the mods I install. It runs the mod loader fine from Reloaded as my NG+ savefile gets changed but like I said, Aemulus just doesn't run any of the mods.

    Would be really glad for any kind of help.
    Cant have PFP cause mine big
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  • I've tried to download the Aemulus Package Manager program, but it will not download correctly. Instead of downloading the folder with files like is shown in the images in the guide/how it did for Reloaded II, it just downloads as a file that I cannot access. Any idea how to fix this?
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  • Does this works with an Cracked Ver? (Pirated) i wanna play the Nightmare Mod

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    I keep getting this error "Invalid folder cannot find data_e.cpk"
    Does anyone know how to fix it?
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    Accidentally just updated to the new security fix update of P4G (what I get for not reading the full list, I guess), and now the game (when modded) crashes after a short loading period.

    Luckily, I'm not actively playing it rn so I can wait to see what needs to be fixed, but thought it'd be smart to ask if why it's happening is known, and warn those who aren't sure on it.

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    really helpful thank u mudkip!
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    What do I use to open a bed file? I'm trying to view the effects in battle folder. 
    dumped fnf, p4g is new friend
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    So, I've done everything the guide told me to, I've checked many other guides as well just to see if I was doing something wrong, but I wasn't, anytime I try to unpack all of the base files, it keeps saying only Data0004 was unpacked but nothing else, does this have to do with the Mod I installed or?
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    I made this account just to ask a question but I don't know where to download preappfile on AppVeyor only thing I could download is the log file.
    what
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