my EZF4 is so screwed..

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  1. mackster
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    hey whats up every one my EZF4 is so screwed up like bad...every time i play a game it doesnt save!!!!!! like if i played lunar knights saved the game then turned off my DS the save would be gone [​IMG] ,i also get that little pop up thing saying my game has been saved i also do have a saver folder in my EZF4

    i am currently using a sandisk 2gig micro SD

    please help [​IMG]
     
  2. OSW

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    did you run the games through the ez client to generate save files?
     
  3. mackster
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    yep (sorry if this is a little of topic but whats the newest version for the client)
     
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    I thought ez-4 had trouble with 2gb carts ...
     
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    Hmm, make sure you have the latest versions of client and kernel. Check here. Also, EZ4 can't hold more than 80 games on the card, there's a serious bug in FAT system of the card, you'll get your stuff messed up.
     
  6. mackster
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    ohh [​IMG] are you serious damn...well this hasnt really happend untill now so its kinda sucks hard [​IMG] and i am downloading the newest patch/kernel

    thanks for the help so far [​IMG]

    and i only have 5 games LOL
     
  7. Smuff

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    Make sure you're not touching the screen or any buttons when the EZ4 boots up.
    There's a "Touch to continue" screen that pops up on launch, and during this time the save is being written from the cart's internal memory onto the microSD card. If you press the screen/buttons during this time the save transfer will not be completed and your save will be lost as soon as you start another game.

    The easiest way past this problem is to set the card to OBLIGED SAVING mode, where it then becomes impossible to bypass this save-write.

    This is a common problem for newbie EZ4 users (probably due to the lack of documentation supplied with the cart!)

    Hope this helps!
     
  8. mackster
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    thank you lots!! cuase i usally do press the screen to skip all the saving BS lol
    well wish me luck [​IMG]
     
  9. mackster
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    yes!! the save does work! [​IMG] thanks lots to all