How do I put SAV files from a retail game back to the same retail game

Discussion in 'DSTT' started by BillGates, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. BillGates
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    BillGates Newbie

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    Jun 16, 2008
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    OK, I backed up some of my retail game's .sav files, I played them on my DSTT, they worked and everything, like normal. Ironically, one of my niece's deleted the data on my Super Mario 64 DS game -.- now, since I backed up the .sav file, how do I put it back on the game?
     
  2. trivoldus

    trivoldus Newbie

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    It might be remotely possible if you have a slot-2 flashcard, but since I presume you have DSTT I have no idea how to swap the card without Mario going berserk [​IMG]
    Actually, I wanted to ask how did you back up your gamesave. What program did you use? Sorry for my laziness.
     
  3. BillGates
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    BillGates Newbie

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    Aww... I don't have a slot-2 thingy. And I don't plan on buying one =P

    I used this tutorial to back it up.
     
  4. krazykirk

    krazykirk GBAtemp Fan

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    You can use this tutorial. It uses wi-fi just like savsender does.

    http://www.monroeworld.com/myfaq/index.php...&artlang=en

    It will involve setting up a basic FTP server, but if you follow the instructions, you'll be fine. Put your save files in the directory that you set the FTP server to default to. (eg. c:\temp)

    Once you get it set up, press R once, to open save restore, and restore the save file back to the orignal game card.
     
  5. BillGates
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    BillGates Newbie

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    I tried that, but it didn't work. Any other suggestions? Or what I could be doing wrong? I pressed R and then I tried pressing, I think B, then I chose the .sav file, but it didn't work. I tried renaming it to the actual ROM name, but that didn't work either.
     
  6. Tanas

    Tanas GBAtemp Addict

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