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Hi, i've been playing Final Fantasy III on my no$gba2.6a, and i've been using the ingame saving. everything has been working properly until now, for some reason when i load the rom and choose load game, there are no saves.
I've confirmed the presence of the .sav file on the Battery folder.
I've tried different settings and i even tried using the no$zoomer.
I've been playing it for a while and you know how bad it is to start a Final Fantasy all over again!

Please some one lend me your strenght!!!
 

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Hi, i've been playing Final Fantasy III on my no$gba2.6a, and i've been using the ingame saving. everything has been working properly until now, for some reason when i load the rom and choose load game, there are no saves.
I've confirmed the presence of the .sav file on the Battery folder.
I've tried different settings and i even tried using the no$zoomer.
I've been playing it for a while and you know how bad it is to start a Final Fantasy all over again!

Please some one lend me your strenght!!!
Try changing the name of the save to the same name as the rom, like this:
FF3.nds = FF3.sav (An example).
 

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FF 3 is particularly picky on savetypes. If you start the game with a wrong savetype but once, your save will likely get irrevocably corrupted.
 

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Note by the way this this is not Emulator only behaviour, the real cart does it as well.
 

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Noooo!!!

well i have done everything i was told to do so saves work but if i close the emu and open it back up my saves are gone i have the right media set but it just keeps getting "deleted" according to the game but the files are still there i have had to restart valkyrie like 6 time now some one help me
 
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