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    Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    Hey folks. I installed visual boy advance through the software centre, and whenever I try to play a .gba rom on it there's a weird colour problem, shown here:



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    I'm been looking around for help, but not found anyone with this specific problem.


    I'm running the Natty Beta. Cheers.

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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    hmmm... it might be the rom that has problems. All of the roms I have for Visualboy Advance are .zip (I get mine from coolrom.com), and they all work fine

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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    That's where I got it, and running either the .zip or the .gba from the zip file has the same problem.
    Last edited by TheCommissar; April 3rd, 2011 at 04:27 PM.

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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCommissar View Post
    That's where I got it, and running either the .zip or the .gba from the zip file has the same problem.
    Have you tried any other ROMs?

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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    Hey guys, thanks for the assist. I was having many problems with the Natty beta so I just went back to Maverick, and all's well.

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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    How does one downgrade from 11.04 to 10.10?

    why would I want to?

    1) I want to play the gba rom games without the hyperactive sound, speed, color problems, and framerate
    2) I hate this new 'launchbar' and the overall 11.04 layout
    3) I dont want to spam with reasons

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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by AaeRohn View Post
    How does one downgrade from 11.04 to 10.10?
    You can't without making a new installation.
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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Artificial Intelligence View Post
    You can't without making a new installation.
    hm... can easily make an install disc, but...

    I have a portable hard drive that is definitely large enough to hold an OS on it's own, if I made a split partition, would it format all of the hard drive, or just the partition I want made?

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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by AaeRohn View Post
    hm... can easily make an install disc, but...

    I have a portable hard drive that is definitely large enough to hold an OS on it's own, if I made a split partition, would it format all of the hard drive, or just the partition I want made?
    You better make a new thread, as this will be hijacking current thread.
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    Re: Visual Boy Advance colour problem.

    maybe try an emulator that is not ancient and dead:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...96&postcount=4
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