Lameboy not saving

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by SekiTimewalker, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. SekiTimewalker
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    SekiTimewalker Advanced Member

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    I hit X after saving Pokemon Blue, yet my .sav file is not updating at all. I've tried it several times. The last time it updated was about twelve hours ago, but I have done quite a bit since then and want to switch my .sav file to VisualBoy Advance.
     
  2. ars25

    ars25 I like tacos and pie

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    the world that never was
    have you tried saving on the actual game it's self
     
  3. SekiTimewalker
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    SekiTimewalker Advanced Member

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    Yea. I don't use save states often, I prefer to just use the in game saving feature.
     
  4. YayMii

    YayMii hi

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    Lameboy doesn't copy the in-game saves to the SD card automatically, you'll need to hit the emulator's "Save" button (or press X on the default control settings) to do that.

    EDIT: Reread your post, I guess your only hope is trying the "Save" option instead of the X button.
     
  5. SekiTimewalker
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    SekiTimewalker Advanced Member

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    I just saved through the game, hit x, saved through the lameboy menu, and then exited out. The .ls0 and .ls1 files show 2/1/2011 9:45 PM for their date modified, yet the .sav still has the 1/31/2011 2:30 AM date. It is still the old file, despite the fact that it should be updated.
     
  6. rave420

    rave420 GBAtemp Regular

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    are you looking at the "date created" or the "date modified" attribute?
     
  7. SekiTimewalker
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    SekiTimewalker Advanced Member

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    Date Modified. I have my computer set not to show the date created. I also tried plugging it into vba, and it definitely is the old file, not the new one.
     
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