1. link907

    OP link907 GBAtemp Regular
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    is there any gbc emulater that can save because i want to beat thr oracle of seasons and ages
     
  2. Bob Evil

    Bob Evil The Department of Home-Made Insecurity
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  3. Defiance

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    Along with no$, Visual Boy is also a good one.
     
  4. link907

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    i am sorry i forgot to put emulator 4 wii
     
  5. link907

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    can any 1 help me?
     
  6. duy64

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    Rin and visualboy advance. google it if u still need help. in my humble opionion only the lazy ass type that can't find these simple things.
     
  7. link907

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    i did the zelda save is gone after u restart system dumbass

    EDIT:also i have googled for days i was up for three days strait to prepare this for a friend
     
  8. Tomobobo

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    He's actually right, instead of asking and cluttering the forum with a question that can be answered via a simple google search, or even a quick irc chat, you should do some research.

    Also, it's probably not wise to start your membership with this site by calling people dumb asses.

    Here, how about I try googling your issue for you.

    Hmm, a quick result, 2nd hit,:

    Usage:
    - Place all ROMS on the SDCARD in /VBA/ROMS/
    - Create a directory /VBA/SAVES/

    For Visual Boy Advance Wii edition, it seems you need to create a directory for your save files. I wonder, is that information directly from the readme/nfo that came with the file you downloaded?

    Again, you'd be wise to watch how you treat others here, seeing as how you're new, and people on this site probably aren't going to help you much if you're biting the hand that feeds.
     
  9. link907

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    Well did u put a folder called "saves"
    So when you save the game it goes there~
    If not your a deee dee dee.
    Tell me if you get if not I will help ya.
     
  11. link907

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    u know how loz games have a menu for 3 save games i save game get far in 1 day then come back its gone srry i can't give u more info
     
  12. Eternal Myst

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    Well I downloaded your folder,and checked it out.Your saves and everything are in the folder,so I don't know what the problem could be.Apparently I have no problem with it.I was playing metroid Zero-Mission last week on it,and when I checked my save file now they were still there.
     
  13. link907

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    which emulator u use
     
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  15. killplaystation

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    nfo files would need to be opened with wordpad/notepad/any word processor. Instead of the default "system information" thing
     
  16. FireEmblemGuy

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    You are remembering to save the sram, right? The emus don't do it automatically. If you're using VBA, press home on the Wiimote then the + button to create a save. I don't really remember how to write saves with RIN, though...
     
  17. link907

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    it says unable to mount
     
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