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Old 25th August 2019, 12:37 AM
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Default My Majoras Mask native save is broken, is it possible to recover?

Hello everyone,

I have played Zelda Majoras Mask for a while, but unfortunately the native save file is corrupted... But I can load the save state of the game with F7, is it possible to get the native save back?

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Old 25th August 2019, 12:52 PM
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You uploaded the save state, but usually they break things so probably not.
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Old 25th August 2019, 06:35 PM
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OK I have attached the .fla file too. So, to get this clear, there is no way to generate a valid .fla file from my save state? Would you suggest to continue playing the game with just loading and saving with savestates, or is my game now permanent damaged and the best would be to start from the beginning again?
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OK I have attached the .fla file too. So, to get this clear, there is no way to generate a valid .fla file from my save state?
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Would you suggest to continue playing the game with just loading and saving with savestates, or is my game now permanent damaged and the best would be to start from the beginning again?
I highly recommend not relying on save states at all. You may need to start over (unless you can find another save somewhere).
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