iPlayer GBA rom Save Issues! PLEASE HELP!!!

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Oct 28, 2009
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    Ok I have tried saving on Mario vs DK using the emulator for iPlayer and it doesn't save...what should I do?
     
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    It doesn't have a true save system. It uses the save states instead. mostly annoying.
     
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    So how do I save?
     
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    Ugh...

    Why do you even bother emulating if you don't know what a save state is or how to do it. I don't own an iPlayer, but I bet I could figure out how to save a state in about 4 seconds. Try looking through whatever menu it has. Then post on your site your long and epic journey on learning how to save.

    You may have changed your name, but you're still the same old N1nt3nd0gam3r that was too lazy to do it himself.
     
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    If he downloaded the file from here he would have noticed the commands were listed above the download link.

    or he is one of those that believes is above reading the instructions.

    Either way, go back to the post you downloaded the file from and read the WHOLE THING again and again until you know it by touch.
     
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    Uhm no I'm not planning on doing that...
     
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    Just go to the GBA emu menu... go to save and save gamestate. Isn't it as easy as that? [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks for some real help and a non-trollish response [​IMG]
     
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    Ok wow Idk what the heck is wrong. I go to the gba.plg file or whatever its called then I go to the GBA emu meny and I see the save states and they are all empty how the heck do I activate them or whatever so they save to it?!!? I've tried everything I know how to do...
     
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    Again I'm not sure since I don't have an iPlayer, but in my emulators you have to actually be running the game you want to load the saves of or else the saves don't show. Once you're running the game, they should appear.
     
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    I'm not too lazy... just don't know where to find this stuff.
     
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    I suggest you bookmark it. PV does video reviews of new stuff on occation, it is in your own interest to learn something new when it comes out rather than waiting a month or so afterward.
     
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    From every other topic you made, I can safely say that is a lie.
     

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