Hello, i'm new to the whole gamecube import scene, I recently bought Donkey Konga 3 for my American wii. I'm using GC Boot to boot the game. I read you can only save Japanese or US games on one memorycard not both at the same time. So I deleted my animal crossing file from the memorycard that came with that game, and I went to play donkey konga 3, only to get a screen telling me that the game cannot save to slot A. What am I doing wrong? Why is it telling me I can't save? Am I missing something? If someone could help me out that'd be great. Thank you for taking your time to read this. UPDATE: So I figured out the kanji and it seems that it wanted me to change the format of the memorycard for Japanese saves, I do this but it keeps telling me I need to change it everytime it goes to save. So I think the problem is the memorycard isn't being formated correctly for the Japanese save data. Is there anywhere I can fix this problem? Or will I have to go spend 30 dollars on a new memorycard? UPDATE 2: Hey folks, I got it working by using any region changer and changing my system menu and such all to Japanese, it's saving now, now though when i change it back to USA Menu and such the game won't load the data... Jeez Nintendo sure didn't make this easy... Any one else having this problem? UPDATE 3 Final Update: Once again, while waiting for help I figure out the answer to my problem, haha gotta love trial and error! So it seems the data will load just fine without changing the system menu to Japanese. All I had to do with Any Region Changer is make it so the Language was set to Japanese, and the the game region was set to Japanese... this is alot better and faster then changing my system menu everytime I wanted to play Donkey Konga 3. As I was afraid that someday the method of changing between the two system menus would be lost and i'd be stuck at Japanese(which actually isn't that big of a deal haha. But none the less! The problem is served. But my next question I wanna throw out there is this: I wonder why using Gecko OS(which I also tried before Any Region Changer) and setting the language to Japanese didn't fix the problem, but using Any Region Changer to set the language and disk region to Japanese did work? Something that maybe should be looked into if another verison of Gecko OS is ever released, me thinks! Anywho Thank everyone who checked this out. Hopefully this post might help someone in the future who may be having the same problem that I was having. Now I'm off to jam on my bongos!