SNEmulDS question

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Aijelsop, Aug 22, 2011.

Aug 22, 2011

SNEmulDS question by Aijelsop at 9:48 PM (911 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Aijelsop
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    When on the "Advanced" page, I see SAVE SRAM. What does this mean?

    I tapped it and nothing happened.
     
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    Do you know what the SRAM is for?
     
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    Well, no. My question was meant to be "What is SRAM" but I added other things in. Sorry.

    What is SRAM?
     
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    It's a save type for games that originally allowed for progress to be recorded and stored in the cartridge. In such a title, after you save in-game you need to use that SRAM option to write the save to your card. Otherwise your progress will be lost when you power down.
     
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    Oh, thats why my items were gone... -.-

    I have been playing A Link to The Past again (SNES version of course). I couldn't find my GBA version I used to have.

    I have been relying on the "Save State" and "Load State" because when I saved the game and started it up later, I didn't even have the first two levels done... -.-

    So I save in-game and then click "Save SRAM" and I don't need to rely on the "Save State" for saving anymore? [​IMG]
     
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    Right.
     
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    Okay, thanks. [​IMG]

    EDIT: 777th POST!!
     

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