I took a look at your files. The data behind it seems odd.Hello，check zip file ！The file（Bksv4m.bin）cannot be used by yabasanshiro & SSF through your converter.
About half of the items have been lost.
Another file（Bksv4m256to512.bin）can be used by yabasanshiro & SSF after being converted to 512 through SS RAM Backup parser0.9.9.the items have not been lost.
yabasanshiro V 3.4.2I took a look at your files. The data behind it seems odd.
Your first block of data is correct where the first 0x100 bytes are filled with the term Backup Format. But your second block seems to have data in it when it should be completely empty. Then your third block does not begin with a save file, although this could be due to constant erasing and saving.
May I ask, how did these save files get generated? What version of Yabasanshiro?
1.items lostok, I think the problem is you are on an old version of Yaba sanshiro.
The newer versions work with your 256 save file after converted.
You need to pick External/yabashiro_<filename>
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@Murzik If you have time, check the second block of your save files. This block should be all zeroes.
SDLoader have nothing to do with it, as it just reading memory regions and dump them as they are. If there is something in flash, it will be in the dump. We already confirmed it with tzmwx, using memory viewers (in SDLoader and with Charles MacDonald's memory viewer) on his saturn to check second block of flash.@Murzik If you have time, check the second block of your save files. This block should be all zeroes.
Error:Write check failedThank you!
Here is v0.31
Added data polling to check sector write status, and use frt to timeout it if something goes wrong. And traditionally - didnt tested on real hw yet. Hope it works and 4m cart restoring became little faster.
This is not an ODE. need a modchip and boot disc（burn SDLoader.iso to the disc）Quick question, does this boot without a modchip or boot disc? Can it boot off a stock Saturn? From the videos I have seen from @tzmwx it looks like he goes into the memory menu then exits out and it boots the SD Loader software. I made my own adapter and it is not doing anything like I have seen in the videos nor is it explained in the initial post. Thanks for any info regarding this.