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Although I don't have specific details on what you're referring to, I'll do my best to help.
This is referring to transferring Pokemon from one game to the other through a Nintendo 64, as far as I can tell. And, you should be able to do this by transferring the little guy into your Nintendo 64, then back out to the other game. I don't know exactly how this works, since I never used Transfer Paks, but I hope I helped in some way.
Well it means that the game pack was not made to work on this console at the time it is not companle with Pokemon yellow so you could try and see if it will work on a wii or wii u console. If it works with the game boy advance sp then that's fine for that system then not for the N64 console sorry Pokemon stadium 2 was not made at that time.
A Game Pack is the game cartridge you insert to play a game. GameBoy Advance Games are not compatable with the Transfer Pak. The Transfer pack and Pokemon Stadium 2 only support the following: Pokemon Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver and Crystal versions. No Ruby will not work with the transfer pak as you will not be able to insert it, and the software would not pick it up.
You dont actually save it to the gamepak (n64 memory card) it gets saved to the n64 cartridge via a transfer pack that plugs into where the memory goes into the controller then you can import your save with pokemon stadium into the n64 gamepack.
I would just look at the bottom of the RAM and see if there isn't any dust, I get that problem with my NES and NES games only diffrence is it shows a pink screen instead of a blue screen. I clean the treads of the cartrages including the RAM with a very light damp cu tip. Hope that works out.