Going from ACEKARD 2i to Supercard

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  1. brandonspikes
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    brandonspikes King Erazer

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    So last week I ordered my Supercard, now I read in threads that it reads most save files from games, but regarding that, I have some questions..

    1. Does Supercard read .sav files or do I need to rename them to .SAV , Note the case-sEnSiTIvitY?
    2. What File-Type are the Savestates?
    3. Where is the latest game_config.TXT or whatever its called for GBA games?
    4. Finally, Does having a DSI-XL have an advantage over the DS-Lite for GBA emulation since the XL has more internal RAM?


    Thanks in Advance, And do not tell me to Google search, I have, and If I found my answer I wouldnt be asking here [​IMG] .
     
  2. Schlupi

    Schlupi Gbatemp's Official Earthbound Maniac™

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    All .sav should work fine.

    save states are .dtc.

    here is the latest game_config....

    and no. =)

    enjoy your new Supercard DSTWO... I know I am enjoying mine.
     
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    Schlupi Gbatemp's Official Earthbound Maniac™

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    Sweeeet. Thats awesome because I am also expecting my NES flashcart (Powerpak) to be here real soon.


    We have will have super gaming fun!
     
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    umm... no, the save states r .rtf0, the .dtc files r settnigs files
     
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    trumpet-205 Embrace the darkness within

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    DSi and DSi XL is not fully cracked yet. Meaning extra internal RAM CANNOT be utilize at all.

    Keep your DS Lite for GBA game. For me, GBA emulation is not good because it suffers slow down from time to time. DS Lite plays GBA game natively, which is better than emulation.
     
  8. brandonspikes
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    If only I had a ds lite [​IMG]
     
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    Demonbart GBATemp's guitar hero

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    Actually the save state filetypes are .rtf0 (first slot) .rtf1 (second slot) .rtf2 (third slot) and .rtf3 (fourth slot.)
     
  10. brandonspikes
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    How come in the GBA emulator I cant save over the same state?
    Is there a fix to this, or am I doing it wrong?
     
  11. Schlupi

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    No. You need to delete the numbered save, and put a new one in the same place. or write to a different slot. Also, sorry about the confusion with the .dtc thing. My bad.