Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald Doesn't Work in VBA

Discussion in 'Visualboy Advance Discussion' started by Seyren, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. Seyren

    Seyren I'm Just a wandering User

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    My Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald doesn't work on my VBA it only shows up white screen... what should i do.?:???:
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  3. Lex_Light

    Lex_Light New Member

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    Search for a file called "vba-over.ini" and put it in the same folder as the VBA emu. ;)
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    read the stickies
  5. FFXIFreak

    FFXIFreak New Member

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    OR download this and rename .txt to .ini, place in the same folder as VBA, BAM! :lol:
  6. Migit

    Migit New Member

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    I just saved the link provided as a .ini and Im still getting a white screen
  7. DragonTouhou

    DragonTouhou New Member

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    I am having the same problem with a hacked version called touhoumon, using emerald as the base...
    all i get is a white screen on my PC, however on my MAC it works fine, something thats been driving me nuts for two days
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  10. Kryt503

    Kryt503 New Member

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    One more thing to note, that I've noticed is NOT mentioned in any tutorial. If you're using a vba-over.ini, look up the rom in question and make sure the name matches EXACTLY to the rom. If the vba-over.ini says Game (UE), make sure the rom says Game (UE).gba not Game (United States, English).
  11. es3ado

    es3ado Member

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    It's not mentioned because it is not necessary... ¬¬

    Games are NOT identified by their file name.
    They are identified by their game code...

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