File type: GrabIt batch file, Nintendo Game Boy Advance ROM image
File Extension GBA
The GBA file extension can be a batch file for GrabIt or a ROM image for Nintendo Game Boy Advance. As a read-only memory (ROM) image, the GBA file extension works as a computer file that contains a copy of data from a ROM chip of the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. ROM images like the GBA file extension is commonly used to refer to older games' copies of their ROM files. This kind of file is also used for developing software for some embedded computers. With this, software manufacturers can test their made applications before the ROM image is finally copied to the ROM chip. There are actually a lot of ROM image files for Nintendo Game Boy but the GBA file extension is exclusively used for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. Some games with the GBA file extension are Zelda, Final Fantasy, and Pokemon.
Open GBA File
Category: Game files, Batch files
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: GrabIt, Visual Boy Advance, BoycottAdvance, BatGBA, DreamGBA, RascalBoy Advance, No$gba
Open with Linux: Visual Boy Advance
On the other hand, the GBA file extension can be a batch file for the GrabIt application. GrabIt is a freeware content downloader. Using this, the user can easily search for any content from the Internet and download it without the hassle. The secret of GrabIt's effectiveness is that it does not download headers composed of many gigabytes.
The GBA file extension, on the other hand, is a simple text file that contains a certain set of commands intended for execution by a command interpreter. When this is run, the shell program in GrabIt reads it and executes the commands stored in it. The GBA file becomes useful when running a series of executable files automatically.
File type: Generic Printer Driver, CRISP (Geotechnical Modelling Software) "Front Squasher" (CRISPSQ) output file, Gameplay data , Grid Parameter Definition.
The files using the GPD file extension are typically accessed and utilized in Generic Printer Description files for Unidry minidrivers.
The files saved in the GPD file extension are programmed for the production of Unidry minidrivers. It defines the characteristics of the printer driver and consists of text-based GPD (Generic Printer Description).
The GPD files provide information to the Windows Printing Service on matters relating to the printing devices. When the unidriver-based print driver is run, the GPD file is usually integrated to the .bud file extension or a binary file that the spooler subsystem makes use of.
It may also have references to a PGD file.
Category: Text files, Data files
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: Unidry minidrivers, CRISP (Geotechnical Modelling Software), "Front Squasher" (CRISPSQ)
Open with Linux: N/A
On Windows 2000 and later versions, three classes of printer devices are usually installed. One of these classes of printer devices is the Unidriver-based printer driver which was introduced by Microsoft Corp. to allow a simpler and easier way of producing and modifying safe printer drivers.
The driver uses the GPD file extension that identifies and explains all the capabilities of the printer. The GPD file extension is also used by the VISUAL EPR as an Input Data for PARAMS.EXE, CRISP (Geotechnical Modelling Software) or "Front Squasher" (CRISPSQ) as an output file, Gameplay data file and Grid as a Parameter Definition file.
The CRISP "Front Squasher" output file gets a GPR file and subsequently creates the GPD file.