Pokemon Crystal-GBC

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  1. SMRTG
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    Everytime I play crystal, I save and after saving is complete, I turn off the system. But when I launch it again and I press continue, it say this save file is corrupted, some help?
     
  2. koffieleut

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    Put in a new battery, that might solve the issue.
     
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    the problem is that i cant take it out i opened the cap but the battery is stuck to the little "hands"
     
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    You need to desolder the old battery als soldering in a New battery
     
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    how?
     
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    With a soldering iron..
     
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    a what? (sorry i am from greece i dont know what is that)
     
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    It's not the best solution, soldering in a new battery is better and looks a lot nicer than in the cartridge. But this still should work, I've tried this method on Pokémon Gold when I didn't had a soldering iron.

    Good luck ;)
     
  10. Fire_Slasher

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    99% sure is the battery as the users above said. You can try to remove the battery from the prongs with a philips screwdriver or anything with an edge, just be careful and patient. If you do not want or dunno how to use soldering iron you can use eletrical/isolating tape to hold the battery in place.