So I was playing Sonic R earlier tonight, I'd say for at least a good hour or two. The moment I passed the finish line on Radiant Emerald; my Saturn randomly cut the video feed. I restarted the Saturn (I have an Action Replay 4M+ to play imports such as Sonic R), start up the game again, and it greets me with some RAM issue in Japanese. My next plan of action was to check the Saturn's system memory, which was ultimately wiped. So I popped the battery out, booted Sonic R without it, got the same message. So I waited a few minutes (had everything unplugged, probably wouldn't matter anyway), Threw the battery back in, launched the game via AR4M+, and it worked. Before you say anything about replacing the backup battery; I just replaced it about two weeks ago. Voltage and number matches up. It seems to still be fully functional even after troubleshooting. The few reasons I can think of this happening could be: I had AR codes on, I dunno why it would immediately kill the video feed. (Stupid shit like 999 rings and 5 Sonic coins because I cba to unlock everything a second time) :v:/> My Saturn was feeling a bit warm, but most consoles give off some sort of warmth after an exponential amount of time. Something had moved, yet, my Saturn is stationary at all times. Battery is likely defective(?) Thankfully, I backed up the majority of my saves just the other night. Help is greatly appreciated.