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garyozzy
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visual boy advance

is already portable, i have used it before

but the roms are not....

(it's a gameboy emulator)

JackT
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Hopefully your roms are

Hopefully your roms are legal..

Just zip them up before putting them on your key, most roms can compress really low. Not sure if they support .7z files on the newer emulators, that would be optimal.

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They support .zip ---- R

They support .zip
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garyozzy
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roms

of course my roms are legal. Wink

outvolt
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legal

Legal if you have the game.

Scythe
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no$gba

No$GBA (NoCashGBA) also works portable. It's free as well.

http://nocash.emubase.de/gba.htm

SHADOW-XIII
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I do not understand why roms

I do not understand why roms are not portable ? they've just roms ... VBA loads them, and VBA saves/load anything releated to roms

of course if portable drive changes letter drive then you cannnot open a rom from RECENT list but still you just open it normal way and everything works fine

Embrace your dreams

Scythe
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They work

The ROMs work portably. I've done it many a time on my thumb drive. VBA loads he ROMs in .zip format and they work fine. they would probably work in .gba or whatever the extension is as well, but, obviously, they'd be a bigger file.

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