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General Discussion / Re: Does retrode support NES cartridges?
« on: 06/Apr/2014 07:15:45 AM »
Can you use the kazoo to back up game saves as well? I was hoping to change the sram battery and then transfer back the save file from my pc to the retrode.

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General Discussion / Does retrode support NES cartridges?
« on: 04/Apr/2014 12:09:56 AM »
Hey everyone,

sorry if this has been asked before, but I was wondering if it is possible to connect NES cartridges to the retrode to back up game saves? I know that production on Retrodes is being shut down, but I just thought there may be a chance there a NES adapter would come out.

Thanks!

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Yea, I did. But it didn't help :(

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Hello,

I'm having trouble loading Donkey Kong Country and Super Star Wars from the retrode to my computer. Has anyone had this issue? I when I tried to load Donkey Kong on to the emulator i get a "bad RoM" error. I can't even get retrode to recognize Super Star Wars. I tried looking online and saw the list of compatible games and they both seemed to be on there, but I thought I'd ask around anyways.... Thanks


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General Discussion / Re: Procedure for transferring save data
« on: 30/Aug/2013 06:35:39 PM »

So I followed the directions and it was able to transfer my save game back! Thank you very much for all of your help. If you don't mind, I will just ask one more question and then end this thread. I know this is somewhat un-related, but I thought I would avoid opening a new thread just for this. Does the retrode 2 limited edition come in a metal housing? Mine came in a plastic housing, I thought I read somewhere that it came in a metal housing. Its not a big deal or anything, I was just curious if I am just imaging things.

Thank you very much.

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General Discussion / Re: Procedure for transferring save data
« on: 29/Aug/2013 07:23:50 PM »
Thank you very much for the directions. I will try that out tonight and let you know what happens.

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General Discussion / Re: Procedure for transferring save data
« on: 29/Aug/2013 08:03:45 AM »
Hello Matthias,

You will have to please forgive me because I am not very good with computers. How do I enter the config to set the save ram to 0? To I have to go through cmd? Are there any instructions online that I could follow to do this?

Thank you.

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General Discussion / Procedure for transferring save data
« on: 28/Aug/2013 09:28:07 AM »
Hello,

I recently purchased a retrode. I was able to successfully transfer my game's save data to my PC. Now that I have replaced the battery in my SNES cartridge, I want to know how exactly to transfer the save data from my PC to the cartridge. Is it as easy are dragging and dropping the save file back into the cartridge? I read on the Retrode website that with some operating systems you may have to "force" the save data to transfer back to the SNES cartridge. However, I do not know exactly how to do that. Could someone please direct me to detailed directions on how to transfer the save data back to the cartridge? The operating system I am using is windows 7.

Thank you very much for your help.

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Thank you very much for all of your help! I really appreciate it!

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Sounds great, so if I buy the retrode 2 right now, will I be able to use the n64 memory pack when it is fully ready? Or does it require me to buy a new retrode? I am just wondering if I should wait to buy one when the n64 memory pack comes out, or is it okay to buy one now and still be bale to use the memory pack in the future. Thanks very much and sorry for all the questions!

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Hello Matthias,

thank you very much for your kind reply. Before I leave this thread, I might as well ask you one more question. Is the same thing possible with N64 cartridges and Regular Gameboy cartridges? Or can you only transfer save data to computer with those cartridges? i have read a  few threads that seem to confirm that N64 and Gameboy cartridges are only able to be read by the Retrode, I just wanted to confirm if this is true.

Thanks

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Hello,

Sorry if this question has already been answered. I was wondering if it is possible to use retrode to transfer save data back to the NES cartridge? I am planning on installing new batteries inside my cartridges and I was hoping on using retrode to transfer my save data to my pc and then once I have installed a new battery, I wanted to transfer the save data back to the NES cartridge. Is any of this possible?

Thanks.

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