*Note that this tutorial is not for a computer emulator, it is for GPsp Kai. To fix this error for VBA, simply open the emulator and go to Options>Emulator>Save Type> Automatic & Flash 128KB*
*Links to RHEA, Rijon Adventures, and GPsp Kai are provided*
I recently tried to start playing Pokemon: Rijon Adventures (http://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=129579) on my PSP to find that it wouldn't work. After a quick Google search I found a thread here at PokeCommunity where someone was having a similar problem. This tutorial will show you how to correct the 1M sub-circuit board not detected error on Hacks played on GPsp Kai 3.4 test 1 Build 2.
Step 1) Verify that hacked roms are the problem and not something else.
Step 2) Check your patched rom with Hackmew's ROM Header Editor Advance (http://www.andreasartori.net/hackmew/index.php?dir=&file=RHEA.zip)
Step 3) Add the hacked rom to GPsp Kai's configuration list. (Don't worry, it's simple)
# Pokemon: Rijon Adventures
game_name = RIJON ADVENT
game_code = BPRE
vender_code = 01
idle_loop_eliminate_target = 080008c6
flash_rom_type = 128KB
The 1st line has a # at the front. When you put a # that line is for out human eyes only. The emulator ignores it. This is how you add notes and stuff. You'll noteice that every ROM has it's name after one so it can be found by us easily.
The second line is where you would place the name you copied down earlier.
I don't know the relevance of the 3rd, 4th, and 5th lines, but they must be there. Just copy them. They will be the same as the base ROM.
The 6th line is the save type. This is what causes the error. Now that we have set it to 128KB in the config file, everything should work! Don't forget to save the file!
Step 4) Cleanup to reset
Now load the game again and there will be no error! You can save the game through the save option in the Pokemon menu and that will create a .sav file. This type of save can be transfered from PC to PSP and back, the quick save states can't do this. VBA uses .sgm quickies and GPsp uses something like .sg1s.