Is PokeMon B/W 's savefile 1M or 512K?

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Oct 14, 2010
  1. nijiko
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    Some kernels create w/ 512K, and some create w/ 1M, which is the true?
    Which savlib.dat is better to use?
     
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    Think for a second. If a 512k file works, which contains less bytes than a 1M file... why would a 1M file be the full file?
     
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    Its always a 1MB dont use the 512 kb it wont always hold all the data for the game such as the problems with D/P/P/HG/SS
     
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    In B/W more PC boxes become unlocked as you use them, thus the increasing save.

    Don't use 512KB or you'll regret it later when it fucks up.
     
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    durp, I will not edit my post to filter out my mistake. I will just openly apologise for my ignorance.
     
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    Actually I was answering your question.
     
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    Thanks for replying.
    Yeah. I just use 1M now.
    Because I think more 512K space to save is not serious in my TF card, aha.
    It's better than other problems happen.
     

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