No$GBA crashes at random ROMs that used to work

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by DeMatador, Feb 21, 2010.

Feb 21, 2010
  1. DeMatador

    Newcomer DeMatador Newbie

    Dec 3, 2008
    Hey, everyone! Quite new here, I don't think I ever posted, and if I did, I posted 1 or 2 posts.

    Anyway, this thread's point is that today, I was playing Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth (U) on No$GBA 2.6a in my laptop, though the emulator was in my PC, but I was running it via a network between the PC and laptop. Until then, everything was fine. Then, since my PC was having some issues, I decided to transfer all my relevant data from my PC to my laptop.
    So, I move the folder where No$GBA was and the folder where my NDS ROMs and SAVs are to my laptop, and everything was transferred fine. But when I ran No$ and tried to play Ace Attorney Investigations, I got this error:

    "No$gba Cartloader Warnings

    The following error(s) occured when loading the cartridge:
    Bad Nintendo Logo (real gameboy would shutdown)
    Bad Header Checksum (real gameboy would shutdown)
    Bad ROM Entrypoint at Header (000h)
    Bad Fixed Value 96h at Header (0B2h)"

    Underneath there's a warning saying that the file may not be a game, or that the file must be corrupted.

    The thing is, this ROM used to work perfectly! The same happened with the following ROMs, which used to work fine:
    -Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (U)
    -Dragon Ball Z - Supersonic Warriors 2 (E)
    -X Men - The Official Game (U)
    -Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (E)
    -Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin (U)
    -Bomberman Land Touch! (E)
    -Avatar - The Legend Of Aang (E)
    And a lot more.

    Also of interest may be that if the SAV file for the game that crashes is in the BATTERY folder, after No$GBA crashes an error reading "(ROM name) .sav FATAL" appears. AND, there are a bunch of working ROMs that give me a "The data could not be written" errors in-game.

    Any solution? I tried re-downloading No$GBA 2.6a, but it's not working.

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