M3i Zero (Sakura) and Real Time Save issues

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Jul 29, 2009
  1. sbeltz
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    The M3i Zero is my first flash cart and it works great. However i'm having an issue with the sakura system and RTS. I have flashed correctly and am using the latest sakura software. So... I use the real time save for games like FF3 and Chrono Trigger 5. After a save and a load - the screen goes blank when I get to certain parts of the game later on. It's frustrating and I'm thinking I might have to just use the regular save slots in the actual game (if that's possible) instead of RTS. Let me know what you think on this. Thanks!
     
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    You should always use the save slots in a game, RTS is not a replacement for that. Fine if you want to use RTS along side your regular saves. Also I think the Sakura RTS is still a bit buggy because it recently came out. Just wait a bit for the later updates or try using the Touchpod/iTouch firmware on the iSakuReal triple booter for RTS.
     
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    Yea, I figured i'd have to do it that way. I know the RTS generates some files in my roms directory. Does sakura save the normal in game saves differently than RTS? I mean, where does the normal in game save go - on the internal memory of the DSi? Just wondering how they differ in that regards...
     
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    The normal save goes in the same folder as your .nds file, the RTS isn't a replacement for that and is a seperate file to the normal save file.
     

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