Yeah I've got everything I own listed here.. I think he just checked out my thread and thought hey lets hack everything he has. Don't think anyone here dislikes me, so I really don't know where it came from. Anyway, that dude is not responding anymore, so let's hope he gets banned soon
But what did he do? Did he copy my name AND all my Pokémon? I saw stuff about a shiny Arceus, was he really that stupid to put it up for trade? Man, he is really too stupid for this world. I do have that Arceus too, but I am never going to trade that, because the Azure Flute never came out. Rest of my mons is 100% legit, as all RNG abusers have 100% legit Pokémon. :) That Arceus is just for my personal collection, that's all. That imposter was just too stupid to think people are actually going to trade for it. :')
yeah RNGReporter creates some document in your folder where RNGR is located that stores your profiles. Since you didn't delete that file, the new version remembers it. I think this is true for 9.95.x onwards. not quite sure when the switch happened.
.pkm files are just the data that makes up the Pokemon. And yes, it's perfectly possible to get wondercards on Pokecheck, although it's a bit of a gray area (since you're not supposed to be able to get event Pokemon off the GTS).
Yes you need to find the initial PID frame for gen 5 wondercards as the PID frame is what you are manipulating with wondercards. As for the profile issue, I have never hear of that problem so I have no clue what is going on there. Maybe try a different version of RNGR? No clue.
"i remember that wondercards dont need to pid frame doesn't need to be calculated."
That part is wrong. Wondercards are straight PID manipulation so the IV frame doesn't matter. Take your seed and put it into the main window and click the calculate PID button, make sure to also check the B/W2 check box. Also remember to search the capture tab, wondercard in Time Finder, but it sounds like you did that already. From there just keep trying to hit your Timer0 and then advance the PID frame. There is a bug in RNGR (that might be fixed in the newer versions, I'm not sure) where the main window and time finder do not match with regards to the target frame. The main window is the correct target frame to aim for.