ROM Patcher is a ROM/binary file patcher that supports IPS, IPS32. IPS type patch.ips IPS32 type patch.ips PPF type patch. I'm trying to patch pokemon fire red with moemon. Download Pokemon - Fire Red Version (USA) ROM for Gameboy Advance (GBA) from Rom Hustler. ROMs » Gameboy Advance » P » Pokemon - Fire Red Version (USA) Overview; Screenshots (2) Pokemon - Fire Red.
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Pokemon IPS Patches - Other Emulators . Well this is not true. In fact, even though these patches allow to play and save the game they do so by reducing the amout of flash memory the game uses which caused more problems then solves. I have gotten e- mails and read posts on other forums where other people's saves suddenly dissappeared after they beat the Elite Four and allowed the game to reset itself. Now there is already a new IPS save patch for the new game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team. This game uses a wopping 1. MB of flash memory for it's save (a very rare thing among GBA games).
Why the IPS patches were created: Well I don't know for a fact why but it seems to be because VBA could no recognize the correct flash memory size for the new Pokemon games, a problem that still exists as of 1. Pokemon games in the first place. The games would display a message after the . The real problem would then occur when you tried to save your game. A save error would then be displayed. The only solution for this would have normally been to simply use ?
This problem is still evident with the IPS patch however, as the save seems to just dissappear and the game will start from the begining again (based on emails and other forum posts as mentioned above). The IPS Solution: Force the game to save using the default VBA flash size of only 6. KB. All of the Pokemon games were made to use 1. KB of memory for the save file. This is why you get the message . The game will still load the save but as I know I have already mentioned the patch creates a problem after you beat the Elite Four (Fire Red and Leaf Green).
There might be more problems but this one seem to stand out more. I don't know about Emerald but I'm guessing that it will cause a similar problem as well. Ruby and Sapphire seem to have similar problems but I haven't really done to much with these games as I have already fixed them with the solution below.
The Solution to IPS patches: The solution is simple. Create a vba- over. Pokemon game. Using this file with the VBA emulator will override it's setting for each game entered in the vba- over. I joined 1emulation to be able to post the detaileds for thie solution when I discovered it and I hope that everyone has found it useful (I just wish that someone would post the comments so I know if it is really helping people). Click here to view this topic if you need help creating the vba- over. Mystery Dungeon game).
I will soon update that topic to include the new Mystery Dungeon game once I have obtained a rom to experiment with myself. Hopefully this gets through to someone. People have to know these IPS patches are no good. It would be save to assume that it is talking about the save chip on the GBA card. I read recently on a site that the new Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Team game has 1. MB of flash memory for the save file however, the game works fine using the 1. KB flash size setting in VBA.
Based on this I believe that each of these games actually has a 1. MB . VBA still cannot properly detect this for some reason so it tries to use whatever flash memory size is selected in Save Type settings menu.
The default of course being 6. KB. Most people, rather then try and experement with VBA's setting to find something that worked (like I finally did), chose to simply create a patch that forces the game to ignore the amount of flash memory and save anyway.
I have not tried to use the patch for Red Rescue Team (and I don't think I ever will) but I can already see how people might think that it is working as there is no error message when you start the game without the patch using the 6. KB flash setting. The only way you can tell that something is wrong is when you (finally) get to save. The game will then display a . Now all of this is just my theory (based on some facts) so don't go critisising me for this if I'm wrong.
Well, it's getting to the point where I might have to start making a web page just to fit all of the information that I have. For the moment though, I'll just try and fit all of the information I can into my (currently) two topics in this thread.
I enjoy reading other people's opinions and help them out if they need it. The flash chip is 1. Mb not 1. MB (which I'm guessing converts into 1. KB). This is what threw me off to begin with.
Next time I'll be sure to double check what I'm reading before I go posting false information again.