I saved my game in Kakariko village, but when I’m trying to load my save, emulator hangs on loading (spinning triforce) screen. I have to kill emulator, it stops responding. I tried disabling disk shader cache, it didn’t help.
- Operating System: Linux Fedora 34
- CPU: Intel Core i7 3630QM
- GPU: GeForce 740M
- Citra Version (found in title bar): master-a2f34ea82 (citra-nightly)
- Game: Link between Worlds EUR
- Screenshot of Issue (include the full Citra window including titlebar):
citra_log.txt (21.4 KB)
Message about unmapped Read32 keep multiplying with increasing address values, log file grows to many megabytes.
In order to save a copy of the log, follow this guide:
The game title screen shows Kakariko village when save exists and if I don’t do anything for a while, the game should show some backstory, but also hangs. This does not happen if I remove the save. Kakariko problem?
I can share my save: nand_sdmc.7z — Яндекс.Диск
No issues loading your save here:
Maybe the rom is corrupted? Try redump it by following the guides below, make sure you have enough free space on your Nintendo 3DS’s SD card:
Thanks for your response, unfortunately, redumping didn’t help. However I noticed that my saves load just fine unless I activate streetpass by talking to Gramps. If streetpass is activated and then I save, I can’t load that save anymore. What version of Citra have you used to load my save? I could bisect the problem.
I tried to download windows nightly version and my save loads just fine in it. Either it’s linux specific problem, or I built citra with some wrong flags.
Same problem here with weihuoya-citra on android…
It has to do something with street pass support. All but windows version mishandle street pass memory region. I recommend not to activate street pass as a workaround.