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I remember when I was younger this used to happen a lot, I would lose saved data on things such as memory cards and it was such a pain and frustrating. 

I am thankful that everything is now on the cloud and backed up on the cloud as it eliminates this issue. 

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As a kid, it was much more about forgetting to bring my saves with me to friend's houses than actually losing them.  I don't believe I ever truly lost a save game for an error or such on the retro consoles, but when I first got into PC gaming, that story changed pretty quickly.  I never had a great gaming PC growing up, so I was always trying to push the limits, and reinstalling Windows and trying to find better GPU drivers often led to the demise of many saved games.

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On 1/18/2024 at 1:11 AM, Demon_skeith said:

I did lose save data often on SNES games due to the cartridges becoming delicate over time or maybe it was our console getting too old and roughed up. Made my brothers mad for sure.

It has to do with it being powered on and then off quickly, and the reason why you did that, was because the pins were dirty and you didn’t get a startup screen.

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