Can't save with the emulators.

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Keylogger, May 1, 2009.

  1. Keylogger
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    Keylogger GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Hi,
    Sorry for my bad english

    I have a problem with all emulators (FCEU GX, SNES9x GX, VBA GX)
    I can't save anything.

    On my SD card, I have the following directories:
    For FCEU GX:

    \apps\fceugx\boot.dol
    \fceugx\roms
    \fceugx\saves

    For SNES9x GX:
    \apps\snes9xgx\boot.dol
    \snes9x\roms
    \snes9x\saves

    For VBA GX:
    \apps\VBA\boot.dol
    \vbagx\roms
    \vbagx\saves

    Tell me if i'm doing something wrong:
    I start an emulator, I configure it, and when I clic "Go Back", the emulator said: "Preferences saved"
    Then, I load a rom, during the game, I press "Home" on my Wii-remote, clic on "Save" and "New SRAM"but I have the message "Error savig file".

    When I power Off, Power On my Wii, all my emulator's preferences are erased. I have to reconfigure them every time I restart my Wii. And I can't save any game. Tried with save Method SD and USB. I have the same problem for all emulators, all versions.

    Do you know what is the problem?

    Thank you
     
  2. Jacobeian

    Jacobeian GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    obviously, the /saves directories need to be in the emulator directories

    \vbagx\saves
    \fceugx\saves
    \snes9x\saves


    if it's alreasy like that, it could be your SDCARD is write-protected
     
  3. Keylogger
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    Keylogger GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Yes it's already like that.
    And my SD card is not write-protected.
     
  4. isoptera4

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    It may be your SD card. I have several and there are a couple which for some reason can't be used for saves in the emulators. Try moving the data over to a different SD card.