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I try to start a new game on pokemon crystal i finish playing i save turn it off an turn it back on and nuthing saves what do i do ?

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There is a small battery inside the carriage, replacing this will give the game the ability to keep saved data once again. *Note* I do not suggest doing this unless your experienced doing such thing. you can damage the board of the game if on careful.

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