Saving Gamecube via using Neogamma, is it possible or no? have

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by blackacidevil, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. blackacidevil
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    blackacidevil GBAtemp Regular

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    Hey there,

    I just wanted to know if anyone knows of a way to save games (your data file) using neogamma and playing GC games. Do I need to go and purchase a memory card the size of a credit card so I can smack people in the mouth and call myself Neildiamond ? Or via the option in Neogamma (Storage device) actually works on some setting.

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  2. resincake

    resincake GBAtemp Regular

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    Are you asking if it is possible to save your game (On Gamecube games) to something other than the Gamecube memory card? Via Neogamma or any other loader ?

    If so, the answer is 'No'.

    Besides, a Gamecube memory card can be gotten for like £3 off ebay, and it aint that big, and even if you do consider it as big, you arent gonna be carrying it around with you.

    Or am I missing what you are asking?

    :>

    NOTE: Just to clarify. The Storage device option in Neogamma is to set the device for saving your Neogamma config only (ie./ Save the options you have selected), not your savegames for any game started via Neogamma.
     
  3. WiiPower

    WiiPower GBAtemp Guru

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    No it's not. The config is always stored on sd card. The storage option is for Ocarina codes, .wip files etc.
     
  4. resincake

    resincake GBAtemp Regular

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    @WiiPower : Cool, I didn't know that.

    Still, the main message of my post to the OP still stands.