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Thread: Using old saves in USBloader gx

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    Red face Using old saves in USBloader gx

    Hi guys!

    Sorry for all the new threads, but I thought I'd keep my issues in separate threads to keep things simple

    I was able to rip (MY ALREADY OWNED GAMES) games to iso and add them to my WBFS thumb drive - I got Skyward Sword and Mario All Stars to work so far! Those are the only ones I have tried thus far -- so 100% success rate!

    1. Mario All Stars was able to auto load my previously saved game
    2. Skyward Sword was all jumpy and I had to mess with the settings on that specific game to stop the screen jumping issue

    --The issue is that it cannot see my previously saved game to the Wii (54+ hours). I rebooted, stuck the disk in, and the original is still in tact (WHEW!!) but I would like to have 100% access to previous saves when loading my games from a USB

    I would prefer to be able to access saves when playing from disk OR when playing from USB.

    Any way I can do this? How to transfer saves?

    thanx!

    tim

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    Busy guy... three threads.

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    Any guidance nightstah?

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    So what happened is I had an original saved game for Zelda SS and the Zelda SS on the thumb drive created another save --- so each one is tied to a separate save file entirely! I can see each when I go into the native data management function of the wii. How do I get each to view the same save file?

    So what happened is I had an original saved game for Zelda SS and the Zelda SS on the thumb drive created another save --- so each one is tied to a separate save file entirely! I can see each when I go into the native data management function of the wii. How do I get each to view the same save file?

    thanx

    tim


    Please use the edit Function.
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    Make another thread on this, loose your ability to post. End of story.

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    Being the post right above this was yet another attempt at a separate thread (and still about Zelda), and made an hour and thirteen minutes later --- do you think or feel this is somehow kosher? Please review the site rules, because either you don't care or think they don't apply to you.

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    I was trying to post in the correct section. Why are you guys so upset? I'm not being a jerk. I'm sorry I sorta made a double thread post.

    No need to get all upset.

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    Intentions or not --- this is how you're coming across:


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    my appologies. I'll discontinue making threads for a while. I just seem to be running into snags and being quite OCD, I want to fix those snags as fast as possible.
    While we are discussing this... do you have any suggestions on how to achieve conformity in my Zelda save files Nightstah?

    thanx and sorry again

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    Look you have a thread already existing, which is right here.
    At this stage of the game, if it were incorrectly placed amongst the forum, I would have either let you know, or moved it myself.
    The forum doesn't need to be anymore cluttered with duplicate posts/threads, it is not helpful.

    If you are not getting a response within 24 hours (which is the time frame allocated according to the rules before bumping is permitted). You are either not being clear enough about your problem in your original post, noone knows the answer/ solution to your question/problem, or you have managed to irritate the forum members and staff by habitually double posting and/or creating duplicate threads.
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