How can I convert my R4 saves for my DSoneI?

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  1. snowmangoh
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    I have a TON of saves for my R4 card, but just got a SuperCard DSonei. Are there any good utilities out there? Thanks!
     
  2. Krestent

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    Remind me again what format the R4 saves are?
     
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  4. hunnymonster

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    I just used them and they seemed fine on a sample of a dozen or so. You may wish to keep a backup though, just in case mine was pure serendipity.
     
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    Aren't the Save Files the same with the R4 and Supercard with EOS? I'm not sure what the .dso files are, but I don't think they have anything to do with the Save Files.

    Just make Backups of your Save File and try it with your Supercard. Make sure the save files match the name of the Game/Rom

    EX:

    Super Mario.nds

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    Super Mario.sav
     
  7. joedanger

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    The .dso files contain some rom setthings and the cheats selected for the rom.
     
  8. I am r4ymond

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    Oh, okay. I thought it had something to do with the Save File because I get the .dso for every game.
     
  9. hunnymonster

    hunnymonster GBAtemp Regular

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    Open up the .dso file in a text editor and you'll see it's the options file for that ROM... simples.