SavConv GUI v0.2

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  1. zatelli
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    SavConv GUI v0.2

    Converts betwenn slot-1 save files








    SuBCeRo from maxconsole has created a slot-1 save files converter for the PC.


    [​IMG]

    It can convert 6 devices save files at present, which are as follows: Supercard, M3, DSLink, R4, EZ flasj IV and microninja.

    Make sure you have .NET Framework 2.0 or above installed in order to run this program.


    [​IMG] SavCon GUI v0.2





     
  2. ron555

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    Fucking. bad. ass.

    This is truly the best out there!
     
  3. FAST6191

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    I know there are a collection of tools that can work to achieve the same functionality but aside from the matter of .net this should hopefully help a few people.
     
  4. TheStump

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    is it just me or is there an obvious mistake in the GUI, the EZV is "EzIV". Im pretty darn certain that AINT a slot one device [​IMG]
    but anyways nice program
     
  5. BoneMonkey

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    THIS IS A MUST HAVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!! thanks !
     
  6. Amything

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    Ah damn, was happy to find exactly what I was looking for, a R4 to EzIV converter, but it seems to be a typo. Is there something else I can use?
     
  7. Sekkyumu

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    Only for Windows though...
     
  8. bobrules

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    Very useful, thank you so much
     
  9. imgod22222

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    It would be cool if you can also go from slot-1 saves to slot-2 saves. I've yet to see that implemented anywhere yet. [​IMG]
     
  10. greatdeceiver

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    Thank you very much, I can confirm converting R4 saves to the EZV works perfectly.
     
  11. snazzypants

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    It didn't work for me...it seemed like it just moved all my saves from one folder to another.

    I am converting M3 to EZIV. But my M3 is an old slot 2 card...does that matter?
     
  12. -EX-

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    Somebody can't read.
     
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  14. snazzypants

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    Really? Who?

    I had a suspicion that it may have been because I have an M3 slim. Well excuse me for not realizing that "M3" means "M3 Simply only."

    Forgot to add: Thanks FAST6191 for the link!
     
  15. MC DUI

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    Is there any difference between Supercard Slot-1 .sav files and SupercardSD .sav files?

    I'm looking to convert my SupercardSD .sav files for use on my new R4 slot-1 when it turns up this week.
     
  16. MC DUI

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    BTW for those that might care I tried this last night, the converted supercardSD .sav came out in the format .nds.sav, if you remove the .nds part then the .sav game works on the R4! [​IMG]
     
  17. scrawl

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    Just for the record, EZ-IV saves are identical to EZ-V saves. No difference between the two.
     
  18. Hybrid

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    Yay this will help me out!
    Thanks!