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Old 01 June 2020, 19:14   #1
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TF330 Orignal CD32 disc Save Games?


I have recently acquired a CD32 with a TF330 card installed. That side of things is all working perfect. But I also bought Simon the Sorcerer orignal CD32 disc. When I boot from this disc I am unable to save the game. If I remove the TF330 then it all works as expected but its a bit of a pain having to remove it anytime I want to play.

Is there proper solution to this issue?

Thanks, Matt
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Old 01 June 2020, 20:06   #2
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Same here,
Perhaps you can add a switch connected to the disable jumper of the TF330. Better than removing the TF330 everytime you want to play the game.
Another solution is to use the Earok CD32 CF card image, wich has Simon the sorcerer on it :
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Have u guys seen this thread

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Old 02 June 2020, 11:05   #4
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As i use my TF330 mostly for WHDLoad, i don't have noticed this problem.
As i understand it, we have to flash a specific firmware to be able to use nvram at a cost of some performance, but shouldn't be noticed in most usage
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