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    how to copy Monster hunter 3 save?

    i am trying to copy my monster hunter 3 save file to my sd card. i have the copy protection item enabled on the priloader menu but it still won't let me copy the save file. any ideas?

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    Try disabling copy protection?

    alternatively use save game manager gx

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    I beleive you need a non SDHC SD card (Below 4 GB) to transfer save files to the SD.
    But as blaisedinsd suggested, save game manager works great, even with SDHC SD cards!

    Make sure the lock on the SD card itself isn't set to on. (Just in case it really is)



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    thanks for replying. i installed savegame manager gx. i click on a save file and hit extract and it says unable to copy datas. it does this for every save file. what next?

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    Yeah it's sort of a pain to use. You gotta make sure you set the directory for the saves to copy to. It seems to want to copy to usb by default.
    Then the next thing you want to do once you have it set to move to the SD, is to choose the other option besides extract.
    Extract is just to get the save file to transfer to the Dolphin emulator on PC.
    If you chose the other option, it'll create a private folder on your SD card, with the following directory:
    private/wii/title/(each save folder will be here)

    Just take the private folder, and upload it to a site, such as Dropbox. If you want to have a place to keep your save files just in case you lose them in the future, just in case your wii explodes into dust lol
    Last edited by MattAkiyama; 03-19-2013 at 02:46 PM.



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    thanks MattAkiyama, after changing the path, it's working now.

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