Last weekend I bought supposedly the last iPlayer in the world and was so pleased when I got it a couple of days ago. Now, after a days use, I'm quite disappointed - partly because it's pretty limited, and partly because I found out it was just Supercard's "experiment". My main disappointment was that the Gameboy Advance emulator (NDSGBA) by darkchen doesn't seem to save properly. To explain this further, if I want to write to state 1, I have to delete what's already in there, then save over that state again. Which actually doesn't work still! When I exit the emulator and reload it back up, the save I deleted will be back, alongside my new save. ______________________________________________________________________ EXAMPLE I load up and play Metroid: Fusion up to a point where I want to quit. So I go to Save State>Delete State 1, then Save to state 1 with the new save I want to replace it with. Later, I load it back up and find that the save I just deleted is in state 1, and the new save is now in state 2. I don't have any idea what the problem is, and I'm completely lost. Also, when on my laptop I try looking in the "gamerts" folder in NDSGBA and my computer blacks out and restarts. Whether these two things are related I have no idea. ______________________________________________________________________ So, what I would like to know is if the Supercard DSTWO has fixed this feature, or is able to delete game saves successfully. I am going to buy a Supercard at some point, mainly because of the NDS Emulator and SNES emulator, but also with the added performance capabilites and many other things. At the moment, my website to buy from is www.r4i-r4ds.co.uk because their prices are in GBP and they accept paypal. Back to the point, what I would like to know is: - Am I doing something wrong with the DS iPlayer's GBA savestates? - Does the Supercard's GBA have this fixed? - Is the Supercard worth buying (if not, what's better? - bear in mind I need a GBA, NDS and SNES emu) Thanks for any help anyone can give! Some extra info below: ~ I am using an 8GB Micro SDHC, Class 4 (it came with a Nokia phone and has been formatted, cleared and set to FAT32) ~ My GBA Emulator is Darkchen's version 1.1 (v1.0 will not transfer for some reason, I keep getting an I/O error) ~ The Nintendo DS model I use is a Nintendo DS Lite (Green) ~ DS iPlayer is the first/only flash card I got (so I'm fairly new to this kinda thing, altough I'm learning starting to understand) Once again, I would very much appreciate any help people can give.