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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
okay you have to go to new game and press A and it would pop up some message that you already have a saved file so at the title screen where you see that pokemon dialga or whatever at that point press Up/start/B and it should say do you wish to delete the previous Pokemon diamond file and Press A to confirm. Hope that helps you
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
I think the person above means the internal battery in the actual game, not in the gameboy itself.
It seems that there is no real fix for this.
Do a quick google search for some more info.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
SOURCE: Pokemon Silver
Sounds like your game's internal battery is dead, not too hard to fix. Just search Google for replacing Pokemon silver battery and you should find heaps of info about it. If you do I would recommend using a new battery and not one from another game (I used one from another game and it died in about 3 weeks).
Unfortunately you will have to start your game again :(.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
The problem probably occured when you turned off your Gameboy. When you save your game, it always asks you not to turn off the power. This could have corrupted your save file.
Another problem occurs when the battery that saves the file to the cartridge slips off its wires. This can only be repaired by sending the Game Pak to nintendo. If you've owned the Pak for more than 3 months, the fee will be $10.
The third and final problem occurs when you have played the Pak for too long. This time limit, approximately 200 hours of gameplay, seems to have an unfortunate effect on your Game Pak. I think it might be the amount of data that needs to be saved. What happens is the save screen goes away too quickly. The game needs to finish saving. The only way to solve this is too wait 10 seconds before turning off your Gameboy.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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