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I save the file and i turn the game and it doesnt come back saved

Ive started the game over like 8 times

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The Silver/Gold/Crystal generation Pokemon games all had cartridges that contained a built-in battery that runs the internal clock, so that your game knows whether its day or night, Monday or Wednesday, etc. Anyway, I assume your battery has run out, and until replaced, the game will not save successfully.

This site give instructions on how to replace the battery: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-replace-the-battery-in-a-pokemon-goldsilve/

Or you could just buy the game again, I would guess they are about $10 these days.
Great game by the way.

Hope that helps.

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