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I have a sega dreamcast but i can't change the date. what can i do. do i need f1 fuse.

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At first mine would do the same thing, so I thought. What you should try doing is go to "settings" and change the date, then go down on the list and change the memory card date settings. If that doesn't work then I'm really sorry I wasted your time.

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