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Can't does clock based events

I have a gameboy advance pokemon ruby but right before i get to the screen where it says to continue the comes up (The internal battery has run dry. The game can be played. However, clock-based events will no longer occur.) So like with other pokemon games they have a clock telling you what time it and when its night time its night on the game but with my ruby and saffire it doesn't so because it does this I can't regrow berries to make pokeblock and I need it also to play the part with the TRICK MASTER. Is there something I can do. Please write back SOON.

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  • hawkeyeT May 10, 2009

    Just bought a used Ruby version and have the same problem. Did you resolve this issue? The game appears to be legit, not counterfiet.

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I have the same issues. I'd just deal with it and get on without it.

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