SRAM Upload Error

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Mar 12, 2008

SRAM Upload Error by alley711 at 9:58 PM (2,968 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. alley711
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    Newcomer alley711 Newbie

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    Hi. Just got an N-Card and am getting a SRAM Upload Error when I'm trying to play games. Have another N-Card which works perfectly fine will so not sure what is happening with this one. Can anyone give me some advice please. Thanks!
     
  2. gumbowife

    Newcomer gumbowife Newbie

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    I have the same problem. You have to delete "last save file" from the DS system. If the problem keeps coming back, i'm told that its because the card is corrupted. I'm getting a new card.
     
  3. Baadmaan001

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    My first post so bear with me if there are any mistakes.
    To gumbowife and alley711:
    Your DS Firecard need not be thrown out.
    IF you go to the game that you are trying to play and before you select it, hold direction right and select until you get to 4mb save file. This will stop your Sram upload error.
    This needs to be done to every game on your card.
    Finally, i managed to suss this out.
     
  4. FireEmblemGuy

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    4mb? There's maybe 5 or 6 games that need that, and the N-Card, last I checked, would regularly wipe 4mb saves. I would assume deleting LASTSAVE.STB in DSYSTEM would fix it, and changing games to their proper save types(not 'auto' or '4MB') if the other doesn't work.
     
  5. ocdetective

    Member ocdetective GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I had the same error and you most definitely don't need to throw the card away! In my case it was because of just one game - FIFA 2008 - seems like it was a problematic ROM - after removing the last save and also this particular ROM (went back to FIFA 2007) I have never had the problem again. Its NOT a N-card problem.
     

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