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Emerald Speedchoice save corrupted

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I'm using the Emerald Speedchoice 1.1.3 rom, VBA emulator and PKHex to edit.

Wanting to fiddle around in the Frontier I added some pokemon in a box, but loading the save afterwards gives me a corrupted save file message and reverts back to the save before.

All pokemon were passed as legal in PKHEX and I didn't change any other settings.

Anyone know how I can make this work?

pokeemerald-speedchoice-1.1.3.sav

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To make your life simply, save in-game, soft reset,
then export battery file.

Then use PKHeX to edit that.

Then Import Battery File.

It differs between VBAs, but it looks something like this:image.png
 

 

 

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I can load the save file, but after following your previous steps to try and put pokemon in the box it's the same issue again.

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Save twice in the game, before you try to modify the save. The save I used has been touched by PKHeX before, if you can use that save that means there’s something wrong with how you use PKHeX with your save.

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Saving twice yields the same result.

With PKHex I open the exported battery file, drag the Legal pokemon into the box, export main from PKHex, then import the battery file in VBA. Is there something I'm doing wrong there?

Edited by Byakuchiki

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I don't have a battery folder? I only have the Visualboy Advance .exe, the rom and a .SAV

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then remove the .sav that you can see.

Most VBA's have a battery folder (in their directories option, or whatever the relevant option is, you can check what directories exist), but maybe yours is one that doesn't use it.
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The VBA I'm using doesnt have directories options even. But tried it and same result.

Downloaded different version of VBA that does have directories options, (it uses the term native saves instead of battery) but it yields the same results.

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