Well, i was wondering, what you mean by Eject, because we still want the codes on the game, but we can't because the AR is messed up a bit. Like okay. Pretend there is a Nintendo DS infront of you and a AR. But you have a game, lets say, animal crossing. Then you play it; Oh! But when you turn it on, the Start button is gone! so you Turn it off and then when it gets back to the menu, you see the start button and then you select it. But you wait a few min. then the screen turns black and doesn't turn on! :OO that's what my problem is. basiccly.
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Then your ds card slot where you put the game or action replay might need cleaning i use a dry Q-tip and rub very very gently or your action replay is busted :P hint do not put in too many codes my mistake let just say its a magic eraser :P
I have been hearing alot of comments from friends about the same problem. I aslo have ben experiencing problems with my Action Replay as well. Take the AR out and play the game without it.
You could also try taking your game and AR to a place like Game Stop, or another place where people could help you if you are still experiencing problems.
Another thing you could do is go to the store where you bought the AR with the repecit and simply ask for a refund. If they ask why, say that it messed up one of your games and it wasn't working correctly.
The problem is that the games or the ds action replay game slot is unfunctional. If it is the AR, just start up the action replay and eject it. Then put the game in, and start playing. To enter codes, leave the AR in and enter the codes. after you enter codes, the AR will save atomaticly.
Sorry, my last desc should be ignored here are all to solutions to problems. I know:
Prob: Two white Screens: Solution: none so far, have emails sent to Datel. see what happens. This occurs when attempting save codes with the DS and the AR is pulled out or DS powered off. My suggestion if you get a new one, only update codes using the PC software.
Prob: AR keeps asking for game cart. insertion: Solution: remove AR and put in game cart.
Prob: AR not enough memory to update codes: Solution: there is more bugs in their software/firmware that doesn't really know when items are deleted and space is free. You must reset AR cart. and then use the PC software to reload all the codes:
a) First I would update the AR PC software (no DS AR connected) b) Connect DS with AR to PC then update the AR firmware c) Disconnect DS AR from PC d) DS off hold A+B when TURN ON DS when DS logo shows press START+SELECT with A+B still down as well, hold for a while. turn off DS e) Reconnect to PC, turn on DS and drag the PC US codes to the DS side. (Note: I had to do 4 & 5 a couple of times it finally worked)
Prob: AR PC software not seeing the DS AR connection: Solution: The PC drivers are not being found for the NDS link. You need to do the following:
a) close the AR PC software, and disconnect the AR DS. b) connect the AR DS and then the windows new hardware driver install window pops up. must select using the manual browse option. c) go the the action replay directory either on the action replay CD you bought or from a extracted version from the web. (NOTE: this is not the installed location, but before where the setup.exe exists) I had lost my CD and did about 10 minutes and found a .rar of the source code. d) pick the action replay subdirectory and click on install e) you should see the NDS link drivers being installed. f) start the AR PC software and attempt to connect the DS AR it should work.