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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by timbojill, May 6, 2007.
It says to reinsert the cart.
make sure you have a floppy disk in your a:\ drive to emulate the cart
PC emulation man.
yeah, thats what im talking about
blow in the slot
blow in the cart
try using an eraser on your contacts...
OR BUY A DMANED FLASHCART!
Hey, be nice. He needs our help.
I can help:
Load up your rom first then:
go to OPTIONS>Emuation Setup>NDS Cartridge Backup Media> Choose your savetype> Click OK>Save Options>File>Reset Cartridge. That's all.
If your savetype is wrong then change the savetype and follow those instruction again. ENJOY!
Yes, Rockman is correct.
Most games are 8 kb EEPROM. However more prominent first party games use 256 kb FLASH. Pokemon is the only game that uses 512kb FLASH as far as I know. No game uses FRAM as to this date. Hope this helped.
Pokemon is saving and loading fine for me with save type set to FLASH 256 kbytes. However I think you're right and the actual size is 512 kbytes. What happens is just Pokemon maintains 2 saves: latest and older each one of 256 kbytes.
This behavior is causing troubles in flashkits like the DS-X which so far uses a 2 Mbit (256 kbytes) EEPROM but allow for the game (Pokemon here) to "borrow" a chunk of flash memory to allocate the whole save size if required. This is what the DS-X calls a "dinamic" EEPROM.
The problem is that currently the DS-X sometimes "forgets" to recall that "borrowed" chunk upon writting EEPROM contents to the .SAV file. This is the cause of why people is reporting that Pokemon "remember" their last save even when they have deleted the .SAV file.
tried changing the save type but still getting the reinsert game after loading the rom file from my PC any other suggestion ?
Hey Shiro786... Take it Easy!
He may lack experience, that's all. I think people like you give him a hard time and that's not cool.
Playing the games on the emulator is not wrong but to sell for a profit as piracy is wrong ... Excuses for wanting to use an emulator or not doesn't matter.