Today after an annoying problem with my PC I had to format it and reinstall everything.
Of course I made backup of all my files but, as always it seems that I lost something.
I use Visual Boy Advance, specifically a modification of it called VisualLink. I saved my files regularly using the virtual Flash ROM the emulator provides to save "in game".
But now, after everything is done, all my files have been moved back, I was testing it and the save file is not recognized anymore. It doesn't show a corrupted message, it simply would not recognize the saved data.
I'm not sure how to fix or workaround this.
The saved data was done after a lot of gaming time and I really don't want to have to do it again. I appreciate your time.
Check the emulator settings. You most likely have a different save type, you should try to change that and reload the game. If you don't know your old savetype, you'll need to try.
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