1. hatem

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    hello
    I have an NDS rom and it's sav file that i used to play on my nds, I want to play it on an emulator without startiong it from the beginning but i don't find an emulateur that read the sav files

    Can you please help me ?
     
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    link don't work

    the link worked, but the website convert the sav to dsv file but i need a dst on for the emultor :(
     
  4. Rydian

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    If it's a normal IN-GAME save, then simply put the .sav file where saves normally go, and make sure it's the same name as the ROM file (minus the extension).

    If it's not working, give us more info about what you're running and what you're doing.
     
  5. Nah3DS

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    which emulator are you using?
     
  6. hatem

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    as you see Im using DeSmuME , i can load the game but it starts from the beginnig i can not load the sav

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    ( http://hpics.li/1b1f508 )
     
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    Which flash cart is the save file from, what was the original extension?
     
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    I don't remember much, but what I think you need to do is run the game, then click on "File" and "Import save" and use your save file, after that just save in-game normally.
     
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    It's actually "Import Backup Memory", but yeah, Bean is right. Desmume reads my M3 Simply .sav files fine after doing that.

    And if you want to transfer back to the flashcart, File/Export Backup Memory makes a .sav file out of the Desmume save file.
     
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