NOR game saves always corrupt.

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Aug 2, 2008
  1. CyberAlyMan
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    Newcomer CyberAlyMan Newbie

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    Hi folks, I just got an EZ FLASH 3 in 1 to use with my CycloDS. On my CycloDS i'm using firmware v1.41. I'm using the built in GBA flashing features, so i'm not using GBA EXPLOADER or anything similar.

    Loading games into PSRAM and getting back their saves seems to work fine, but I've got one game that's so big that it needs to be written to NOR. This all works fine, but when I start the game up after turning the DS off, my saves are all corrupted. This only happens with games in NOR. Any ideas?
     
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    Member Beware GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Patch them with the EZ4 Client. Also, using NDStation will eliminate any saves not working properly as it handles all saves the same way (where as the other applications do not, thus risking corruption and data loss if not done correctly).
     
  3. CyberAlyMan
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    I patched the roms but it still won't save correctly...
     
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    I tried NDStation, but it forces me to flash the game to NOR every time even if it's already in there, that's pretty inconvenient.
     
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    Don't want to be annoying, but anybody got any more suggestions?
     
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    Uh ... you know you can boot your DS in GBA mode, right?
     

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