Question regarding saving using R4

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  1. CSD
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    CSD GBAtemp Regular

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    I've heard only one save can be made per game. My question is, if I were to start another save file WITHIN a certain game, does it overwrite the original save, even though it would be a different file? That is, if I had a game saved on File 1, and then started a new game using File 2, would File 1 get deleted?
     
  2. Skye07

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    If a game has several save slots (e.g. FF3 has 3) they all end up in one save file. But there is a way you can make a second save file (giving you 6 save slots). Either you use the "save backup feature" in the R4OS or you use DSO to rename your save.
     
  3. CSD
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    Hmm, how do I access the "save backup feature"?

    But I can have multiple saves in-game with games like FFIII or NSM you're saying, which is great. Thanks.
     
  4. 4saken

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    You browse your save games and press A to back them up.
     
  5. CSD
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    Thanks.

    And just so I don't start another thread, is there any way to change the DS' internal clock from 24-hour military time to 12-hour normal time?
     
  6. bobrules

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    ^nope, don't be too picky.
     
  7. CSD
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    Haha.
     
  8. Skye07

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    24hrs ftw. 3/4 of the world uses 24hr clock [​IMG]
     
  9. JacobReaper

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    no like 12, 24.. clock, army clocks, regular clocks =/ cant explain very well xD
     
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