GBA SAVE

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Nov 18, 2006

GBA SAVE by Dippingbirdie at 5:06 PM (690 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Dippingbirdie
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    Newcomer Dippingbirdie Member

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    I'm using Supercard LITE and V2.57

    I have to disable RTS and RESTART to play FF V properly... I did that for FF I & II as well, so in this case,

    HOW DO I SAVE? Since I can't do the L + R + A/B + Select thing...?
     
  2. yorke

    Newcomer yorke Member

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    Turn your DS off and on quickly, then go to the saver tab and choose your FF V save file, press A to save the data in the supercard RAM to the save file in the sd card.
     
  3. Dippingbirdie
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    Newcomer Dippingbirdie Member

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    It didn't work!

    My, I like GBA games... Guess I should change to M3 or something already
     
  4. bionicspider

    Newcomer bionicspider Member

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    It sounds like you upgraded to the new SC firmware, which doesn't let you do a QPC save: quickly turning your DS off/on etc. For FF V to run at a decent clip on a Supercard you need to disable "restart" in the SC patcher; but then how do you save?

    Here's one solution that others have helped me with. Only enable the "saver" patch in the FF V rom, and then run the resulting rom through the "fastrestart" program. When you want to save, do an in-game save, an L+R+Select+Start to reboot to your SC menu, and then navigate to the "saver" menu, select your FF V's .sav file, writing it to your flash card.
     
  5. Dippingbirdie
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    Newcomer Dippingbirdie Member

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    I'll try that later...

    Thanks! I have gotten it to save, just a tad troublesome ~
     

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