^^^ PLEASE USE THIS INSTALLATION METHOD ^^^
Go here to see the latest version of the Daymos Xbox 360 file.
Download Party Buffalo Drive Explorer and follow the instructions:
What you need
WinRar - Download here
Xtaf Xplorer - Download here
A 360 formatted USB pen drive
Latest version of Daymos' file - V2
The USB will need to be at least 1GB - any ones larger than 8GB tend to throw up problems.
Firstly, you need to put a PES 2012 save file on your USB drive. The quickest way to do this is
My Xbox >>> System Settings >>> Memory >>> Hard Drive >>> Games >>> PES 2012 >>> Select any save in the folder and copy it to the USB drive.
Once saved, you can unplug the USB from the 360. Now plug it into your PC.
If you haven't got already got it, download and install WinRar and extract the option file. Go to the location where you saved the option file. Right click on it, choose 'Extract to [filename\]' and the option file will extract.
Launch Xtaf Xplorer.
Click File >>> Open first USB drive.
Two folders should appear in the left pane, like this:
Click Data Partition >>> Content >>> [your gamertag numbers here] >>> 4B4E0837
In the right pane you should see a folder called 0000001, right click on it and delete it.
Then right click in the same location and choose inject folder.
Find the option file you downloaded and click the 000001 folder.
Give it a second or two to import the data. To check it's imported correctly, click on the 000001 folder and you will see something like this
When that's done, click File >>> Close Current Drive.
Plug the USB drive back into your Xbox 360 and copy the files off there and onto your 360 HDD.
... And that's it! You may need to repeat the last few steps (see here to find out how), but the whole process shouldn't take longer than 10 minutes.
When formatting a USB pen drive, make sure there's nothing on there that isn't backed up. Formatting a USB drive will erase all the contents!
Option files will not work correctly when run from a USB pen drive, or on the 4GB hard drives. This is due to a hardware limitation which is out of Konami's control. The main edit data, such as player names and kit designs, will work correctly but the kit logo files and competition logos will not.
Replacing your existing option file will remove any edits that you have made. If you have created teams or emblems that you would like to keep, you can use the Export feature in edit mode.
The programs used to transfer 360 save files to and from USB pen drives are limited by the number of files they can transfer in one go. The program tends to break when you try and transfer 250 or more files in one go. It is likely that the option files you download will require you to do 2 or 3 transfers to get all the data onto your Xbox.
You will not be banned from Xbox Live for using option files. Any achievement data is stored in a file separate from any editing data.