Non working Game on Supercard MINISd

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  1. mjaeson
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    mjaeson Newbie

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    I have several games that are not working on Supercard MiniSD in my Gameboy Advance SP
    Latest Supercard Software, Latest Firmware

    - Castlevania Harmony of Dissonance (No soft reset or saves..., QPC works though)

    - Dragon Ball z Taiketsu "This game will not work on this hardware...."
    - Used the clean ROM and tried various option combinations on the Supercard software
    - Patched with V124_Patcher5, option combinations on Supercard software
    - Patched with an IPS i found on http://arcvoreppin.free.fr/ips/ and then option combinations in Supercard Softwre


    Do i just chalk this one up to "not working" or did I miss something, weird thing is Legacy of Goku 1 & 2 do work ....

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    how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    DBZ roms don't work period, doesn't matter what you got.
     
  3. mjaeson
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    mjaeson Newbie

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    This is the ONLY DBZ game that did not work for me, every other DBZ game worked fine....

    Also I can't seem to work the COLOR EMULATOR....
    I got my Game "Pokemon Gold" named it Gold.gbc and the save Gold.sav (renamed the 64kb save)
    And the emulator would not allow me to Save State, I go to the menu but the save state would not save

    Then ran the ROM in my VBA to get the Rom info, renamed it properly POKEMON_GLADUAE.sav and .gbc
    still no save

    Help [​IMG]

    Sorry I'm just poor enough to buy a gameboy [​IMG] not a DS....
     
  4. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    The built-in emulator, Goomba Color, does not support savestates. Regular in-game saves will still work, but you must use the button combo to update the *.sav file correctly like any other GBA game.

    EDIT: to clarify, the savestate options in the menu are left over from when it was regular black-and-white Goomba, and they are nonfunctional even though they're there.
     
  5. mjaeson
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    mjaeson Newbie

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    Thanks, Any idea on the Dragonbal Taiketsu thing?


    Also was there any fix for Pokemon Fire Red thanks....
    edit: Fixed Fire Red with an SRAM Patch using GBATA....