Green "Loading..."

Discussion in 'Acekard' started by CaptainZef, Oct 10, 2009.

Oct 10, 2009

Green "Loading..." by CaptainZef at 12:14 AM (681 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. CaptainZef
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    Newcomer CaptainZef Advanced Member

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    So, whenever I try and load a game[I could tell you which games, if needed], the normal blue loading comes up, then it changes colour to green and then the screen turns white and won't load my game.
     
  2. Sinistral89

    Member Sinistral89 GBAtemp Regular

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    Hmm.. That's strange. The green loading bar is a good sign because it means the game is working with the new DMA (thing that fixes some problems in games, makes saving a lot faster).
     
  3. Leonidas

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    Name of the game always helps. Other than that, make sure your loaders are up to date, you can get the latest one here: http://akaio.gbatemp.net/nloaders/.

    Two, if you have cheats try to enable soft reset along with them , if that doesn't work disable cheats as well.
     
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    Loading also turns green when i try to load a game. I've recently downloaded a game where the loading bar turns red, but it still loads. which games have the problem?
     
  5. Leonidas

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    What problem? The colored letters just say which mode the game is running in. Most games default to green, which is the most compatible, but sometimes other modes are used too.

    Green = DMA-Quicksave
    Red = old DMA
    Blue = no DMA
     

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