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Saving Problem with a Used Game Purchase

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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    when replacing batteries in super nintendo games can you solder the connector to the battery I heard the battery will explode,

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Your battery inside of your BoF2 cartridge is dead. Theres a very good Youtube video of how to replace your battery and where to get the parts. Theres some soldering involved.

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEXltSby-UU

Good luck!

-Captain Jake.

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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Youtube Video Link on how to repair:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEXltSby-UU

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