Visual Boy Advance Pokemon fire red save problem

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  1. akshay

    akshay New Member

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    Any 1 who can solve my problem will be much appreciated. I am playing pokemon red on vba link 1.73 and i want to evolve my kadabra lv50 to alakazam. I hav tried a lot of things but am not being able to trade it. wenever i try to save the file on the first floor of the pokecenter it keeps saying if i want to overwrite my saved file n wen i choose yes it says "save error, please exchange backup memory". I dont hav much info about it and i didnt find the answer i other msgs. PLEASE HELP.

    Thanks
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  3. Slayer9x9

    Slayer9x9 (^.^)v

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    First post system specs.
    As for some suggestions, try going to "options" then "emulator" then "save type". Then experiment with different options.
  4. Chris21

    Chris21 Hell's Archangel

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    in this forum try searching for 64k to 128k, one member has already given his method of changing the save without restarting.
  5. Slayer9x9

    Slayer9x9 (^.^)v

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    Umm...wut?oO
    Try speaking english...
  6. Squall-Leonhart

    Squall-Leonhart NGemu Award Winner Award Winner!

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    ^i'd just like to point out that 90% of roms work fine on Automatic +Flash 64k, those that don't, is why the VBA-Over.ini settings override file was created.
  7. fury1

    fury1 New Member

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    i restarted my game and changed the save type to Automatic + Flash 64k and it still wont save, i also tried it with Flash 128k
  8. arijit_bhaumik

    arijit_bhaumik New Member

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    it should work with auto+flash 128k

    1.73?????
    where did you get that from
    do u mean 1.72
    Last edited: Jun 19, 2008
  9. Mynemisbat-Zul

    Mynemisbat-Zul TheT2R

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    Shouldn't ask that.Has been a year.But yes,no 1.73.
  10. arijit_bhaumik

    arijit_bhaumik New Member

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    well of course since they quit 1.7x
    newest version is 1.8.0 but i hate it
    stick to 1.73
  11. fury1

    fury1 New Member

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    thx i got it to work
  12. catyny

    catyny New Member

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    Same problem without soultion

    Help!

    The exact same happends to me. I want to exchange in Pokemon Fire Red but it keeps teeling me that it can't save, and to change the battery. I've changed the saving otions but it doesn't help. I'm using VBA version 1.8.

    Thanks
  13. bishalneupane

    bishalneupane New Member

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    Same problem

    I'm using ver 1.8,trying to play fire red, and i'm having da same problem..
    it just won't save.........
    someone just help me.............
    :mad:
  14. Corp1END

    Corp1END New Member

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  15. poke_Master14

    poke_Master14 New Member

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    help!!!!!!!!!!

    I am so frustated because i beat the entire pokemon fire red on vba 1.80 and i had to start it over because i couldnt save it can anyone help me solve my problem
  16. nicnyg

    nicnyg New Member

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    I can save but can't load

    I saved the game under automatic and flash 128. after i save the game, how would return to it? Do I open the file? how do I do it? please help. In detail dumbed down instructions please.
  17. SCHUMI_4EVER

    SCHUMI_4EVER Hackin 'n Slashin Staff Member Award Winner!

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    As you would on a normal GBA. In other words load the game and then select continue from the main menu.

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