Problem with No$GBA, please help!

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Munkyman720, Nov 25, 2007.

  1. Munkyman720
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    Munkyman720 Newbie

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    When I play ROMs on iDeaS, the framerate sometimes goes way down and makes the game unplayable. So, I downloaded No$GBA, which works much better. However, unlike iDeaS, this emulator won't save any data!

    If a game automatically creates a save game at the title screen (such as Duck Amuck), I get an error message that says something like "The data could not be written, turn off the power and reinsert the DS card." Because of this error, I can't play those certain games on this emulator at all.

    If I try to use a save state (on a game I can play), I can save the state but the if I try to load it, the ROM file crashes.

    Finally, if I try to use the regular save system in a game (such as in Dementium: The Ward), it simply doesn't save, and all the save data is erased when I close the emulator or reset the ROM.

    Does anyone know why this might happen and how I can fix it? Thanks! [​IMG]
     
  2. Kaos

    Kaos Good show!

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    Nov 25, 2007
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    You need to go Options>Emulation Setup and then set the save type for the game.

    EEPROM 64k or Flash 256k usually work.
     
  3. Munkyman720
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    Munkyman720 Newbie

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    It's already set to FLASH 512K because someone else told me that it should be set to that. I'll switch to 256K and try but I don't think it will work. What does this mean?
     
  4. Munkyman720
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    Munkyman720 Newbie

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    Oh damn nevermind. For some reason FLASH 256 and 512 wouldn't work, but EEPROM 64K did. Thanks!
     
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