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Support / Re: Paper Mario 64 - NUS-EUR-1 version (PAL saves issue)
« Last post by MarioIsPaper on Today at 02:27:31 PM »
It looks like File 1 data is still in the save although the data is shifted.  The File 3 data is missing or incomplete.

Aligning the shifted data results in this:


Oh god. I am so sorry for this late reply. Somehow Retrode havent wanted me to not log in giving me an "timed out error" everytime!
This is so cool though wow!
I am so bad with these things but.
How do you aligning things and such? Is there a tutorial somewhere on how to do it? or if you can show me how you did it? since the 1st save is the important one
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Support / Re: N64 with SRAM lose save files after disconnecting.
« Last post by Bowi on 19/Aug/2020 06:32:19 AM »
Well... I lost my save (OoT), but I don't know whether that was because of the battery or the Retrode...
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Off-Topic / Hello!
« Last post by Bowi on 19/Aug/2020 06:24:06 AM »
Hello!
I'm new here!
I recently updated my Retrode 2.0 and managed to copy my save files (Nintendo 64) for the first time. This brought me here and I was eager to post here. :)

First, I want to thanks people who made that possible. Secondly... Well... I need to go to bed. 😐
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Support / How do I access GBA saves?
« Last post by ninja92 on 19/Aug/2020 03:29:42 AM »
So, I recently just got a retrode, updated it with the 0.25a firmware, and it can't seem to access saves on the GBA cartridges. I can plug my games into my DS lite and they'll be just fine, shows the data is still there, but the retrode doesn't show any save files and when i boot the game up in visualboyadvance, the game loads but it shows no data at all. is there any way to fix this or to pull off the save data to backup/use?
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Support / Re: GBA dumping issues.
« Last post by Ness and Sonic on 16/Aug/2020 07:26:26 PM »
If Fire Red is supposed to be the same size as Leaf Green, it's supposed to be 16, not 8. Might be the same with Minish Cap, but I don't think forcing the right size will automatically fix the game, so it might be worth checking what the checksum is supposed to be, too.
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Support / Re: GBA dumping issues.
« Last post by geekyparakeet2020 on 16/Aug/2020 07:08:17 PM »
I've been having issues with dumping GBA games as well. A few examples are Pokemon FireRed, Boktai 1 & 2, and Zelda Minish Cap.

Slightly unrelated, the Retrode2 can't see my GB Camera's save file. I haven't seen the code but I'm sure all the GameBoy & GBA stuff could use an update or two. :)
What are the file size the Retrode is giving off for the GBA games?

Can't remember what Minish Cap was. Both Boktai games were showing as 0 bytes and Pokemon FireRed was showing as 8.4 MB.
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Support / Re: GBA dumping issues.
« Last post by Ness and Sonic on 16/Aug/2020 05:41:09 PM »
I've been having issues with dumping GBA games as well. A few examples are Pokemon FireRed, Boktai 1 & 2, and Zelda Minish Cap.

Slightly unrelated, the Retrode2 can't see my GB Camera's save file. I haven't seen the code but I'm sure all the GameBoy & GBA stuff could use an update or two. :)
What are the file size the Retrode is giving off for the GBA games?
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Support / Re: GBA dumping issues.
« Last post by geekyparakeet2020 on 15/Aug/2020 09:52:27 PM »
I've been having issues with dumping GBA games as well. A few examples are Pokemon FireRed, Boktai 1 & 2, and Zelda Minish Cap.

Slightly unrelated, the Retrode2 can't see my GB Camera's save file. I haven't seen the code but I'm sure all the GameBoy & GBA stuff could use an update or two. :)
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General Discussion / Re: Atari 2600 adaptor
« Last post by nitro322 on 15/Aug/2020 08:54:18 PM »
Hi, just discovered this and wanted to say great news!  My 2600 games are literally the last in my collection that I don't have a way to dump.  A Retrode plugin for that would be fantastic!  Hope you're able to get this to a finished state and make it available for sale some place.

Good luck!
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Support / Saving Files Back to Retrode Using Mac
« Last post by jonwolf on 14/Aug/2020 09:55:44 PM »
Just wanted to confirm what’s described on this troubleshooting page (http://www.retrode.org/documentation/troubleshooting/troubleshooting-saving-files-to-the-retrode-does-not-work/) and make it clear that this technique of overwriting or saving files back to the Retrode DOES work for Mac users (since I am a dummy and didn’t see “Mac” on the page so I thought I was SOL).

First, I copied the config file to my Desktop, opened it in TextEdit and changed [saveReadonly] 1 to [saveReadonly] 0

Then, went to Terminal, typed the following

cat /path/to/modified/RETRODE.CFG > /media/RETRODE/RETRODE.CFG

Replacing “/path/to/modified” and “/media” with my actual paths. For me it was:

cat Desktop/RETRODE.CFG > /Volumes/RETRODE/RETRODE.CFG

This technique also worked for me instead of dragging and dropping savegame files to replace them. For example:

cat Desktop/PokemonSnap.NPFE.fla > /Volumes/RETRODE/PokemonSnap.NPFE.fla

Anyway, hope that helps another non-savvy Mac Retrode user!
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