So I've been hit with a problem: As soon as I entered the Vampire Comp in Battle Network 4 Red Sun, my game stopped saving regularly. I can only save by state, and despite the fact that the .sav file is still there, the game will not read the save file if I try to load from the Title. I've heard of this issue before but no one mentions if there is or isn't a known fix yet. But I will need to fix this to 100% the game, as I will need to use New Game+ and that will require saving and loading regularly. For what I'm using: GPSP 3.4 test 1 Build 2 (that's what's displayed in the emulator Menu) White PSP Go (N1001) What I've tried: These are mostly on the assumption that if I can access either my regular save or state in VBA that I'll be able to create a working save there. Note that almost anything I've tried was w/ copied versions of files, the original SAV and SVS are intact and untouched beyond copying, so as not to screw myself further. Importing Battery to VBA (1.8 w/ link I believe). If try and import from the PSP's directory (the only time I've used the un-copied SAV) it fails to read it. Can specify the error if necessary. However, I tried the SAV of Battle Network 3 as well. Despite getting the same error in VBA, that save still works perfectly on the PSP so I doubt this did anything. Edit: Just in case this is unclear, I was using a Battle Network 3 Rom when I loaded a Battle Network 3 SAV. I was not dumb enough to try loading the SAV of a completely different game. I also copied the SAV to VBA's directory on PC. It read it w/o giving an error, but New Game is still the only option. I think that's because it's having the same problem with that save file as the GPSP. Curiously, after reading that the copied SAV was changed to 64Kb. I don't know why. Original is still 32Kb. Renaming SAV to SGM: Read that might allow me to load in VBA but can't seem to access the file extension on the SAVs. So not fully tried that. Renaming SVS to SG1: VBA recognizes that it exists, but can't seem to use it. Renaming SVS to SA1: VBA doesn't recognize that. I don't know if that was used for a previous version or what, but this version doesn't seem to. I realize all the renaming is dangerous, which is why I only used copied files. So, is there anything else I can do, or must I restart and pray it doesn't happen again? If I must restart, is there a way to prevent this? Added note: When attempting to save, "It seems like there was a save error."