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Well I've downloaded the NO$GBA emulator, and I really wanna play the latest Pokemon games.

1. I've tried Platinum and Diamond. They both won't save properly and are really slow.

2. Is there anything I can download/install to help this problem?

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1. Check out the stickied Faq, and if they are really slow, play them on your DS.
2. NO.
 

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Then... get another one.
 

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Ok. What are your specs of your computer?
I need to know that.
And for the problem of Save, set up the save of NDS to Flash 512kb (if you're using NO$GBA 2.6) or Set up the save to Auto (if you have NO$GBA 2.6a).
Pd: Try to disabling sound, but enable it when you finish a battle or when you are going to the title screen in Platinum.
 

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It's a dual core, or it's a single core?
Well, I have an AMD Athlon XP 2200+ and 1,25 GB Ram, and the game works at 100% of speed.
 

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NO$GBA runs Platinum good. Desmume runs slow, and iDeaS runs slow and with some errors.
No, every DS emu uses only ONE core. ONE core, you understand?
 

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Because it was never programmed to handle multi-core; neither was any other DS emulator up-to-date.
Your processor, as it does not use Core Duo technology, is equivalent to any single-core 2GHz processor and the emulator and the games played with it will behave accordingly. This said, No$GBA 2.6a can produce a playable, though not 100% framerate for the Pokemon games at 2GHz.

Also, Lex, telling people to use their DS is a no-answer. It is obvious that the original hardware handles any given game the most accurately, but it doesn't help with the question given. That said, would you please refrain from giving this answer in the future.
 

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Because it was never programmed to handle multi-core; neither was any other DS emulator up-to-date.
Your processor, as it does not use Core Duo technology, is equivalent to any single-core 2GHz processor and the emulator and the games played with it will behave accordingly. This said, No$GBA 2.6a can produce a playable, though not 100% framerate for the Pokemon games at 2GHz.

Also, Lex, telling people to use their DS is a no-answer. It is obvious that the original hardware handles any given game the most accurately, but it doesn't help with the question given. That said, would you please refrain from giving this answer in the future.
Yes, sorry about that.
 
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