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action replay DS help please!

Discussion in 'Nintendo DS' started by Olas93, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. Olas93

    Olas93 Member

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    Ok, i seroisuly need help with this.

    my AR kind of died on me, co's i was trying to update my action replay to put some diamond codes on it. i accidently click on replace all files, so it would delet over all the game stuff i had on there. in panic, i yanked the AR cartridge out of the socket, DUMB HUH!

    it now has NO codes on it, and it will not update, i can't put any codes on it WHATSOEVER!

    everytime i try and update it, it says, NO ENOUGHT FREE SPACE!

    maybe i need to use a failsafe, and in that case, I HAVE NO IDEA OF HOW TO DO SO?


    any comments/help!!!!!!!!1111 PLEASE
     
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    PLEASE HELP!


    this is urgent!
     
  3. dragnandy

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    well is this action replay on the m3/r4? or is it like a separate cartridge thing like a gameshark type? if you haven't already try reading the action replay on the m3/r4 for help. sorry, i have no experience in this area, but maybe wait a little and someone who does will reply.
     
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    Yanking things out in mid-write was not smart. Learn and don't do that again. If you make a mistake like that, just let it go and recover on the back end. Don't fry the device. End of lecture you didn't ask for.

    I have no idea whether your device is toasted or recoverable.

    On my AR, if I was in the DS pane in the software and deleted all the codes on device, I could go to the subscriptions pane, connect to CodeJunkies, get a fresh set of codes, and drag them to the DS pane, reloading the device.

    If you had Googled your problem, you might have found this reset procedure. Sorry, more lecture. I would try it:

    Put the AR in the DS.
    With the console powered off, hold A+B.
    Power up the console while still holding A+B.
    As soon as the Nintendo screen is displayed, before our screen stating this product is not endorsed by Nintendo, press and hold Start and Select while keeping hold of A+B.
    Continue to hold these buttons until the Main Action Replay screen is displayed, then release. Your product is reset, and will accept codes once more.

    HTH.

     

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