I recently bought a used Breath of Fire II game and i doesnt have any saved games on it, but when i play it and save my game it gives me the proper save prompt and it shows that it stored the saved game but when you turn the power off to the console for a long period of time or remove the game from the system and try to play it again later, it erases your saved game so i have to start all over again. Any suggestion?
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hi, this round pin with the little pin in the middle this needs to be plugged into the back of your telly it goes into the ariel socket you need to unplug your tv's arial then plug this into where the arial was, now what you need to do is put your telly onto a channel you dont use such as 7 or 0 witch ever one you dont use to watch telly, once you have done this you need to enter the setup mode on your telly to scan for channels so make sure the game is switched on and then start scanning for channels as if you were tuning in the tv channels so do this then you will come across the game so you then save this frequency to this channel.
You can then play the games just remember when you want to play it that you put the telly back onto the channel you tuned in for that game.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
The internal battery in your game cartridge is probably long since given up the ghost. Due to this, your saved games are lost because there is no trickle of power for the memory. You can replace this battery, though, so not to worry. Open the cartridge and you'll find a small battery similar to one found in a watch. You can find a replacement at Radio Shack or similar places. You will need a soldering iron and few hand tools to accomplish this task.
Yes Try Reseting The Power Button Over And Over While The Unit Is Running Then Check. This Should Delete The Files. Also If You Have The Newer Version Of The Snes Pull The Game Out While The System Is Running And Put It Back In.