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Deleted action replay codes

First, all my 1000 some codes disappeared for some strange reason. Next, when I try to put codes back in and right as soon as I click submit, these light blue and red strips scroll down the screen.

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  • Anonymous Apr 02, 2009

    all my codes got deleted also an every time i put the game in it says unkown game how do i get the codes back

  • Anonymous Apr 02, 2009

    i have the samme problem but when i put the game in it says unkwon game how do i get my codes back

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2009

    All my action replay codes/games are gone. Also I tried to enter 2 games and after the i d was entered blue and red lines went up the bottem screen.

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I, myself HATE the AR but you may have had to many codes. 

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Action replays are not sponsered by nintendo. they're not supposed to work well with the ds. they glitch up a lot. if you use it too much it can really screw up your system for good. my advice to you is never trust an AR for any system. they're not the least bit reliable.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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I deleted my save on Pokemon Platinum with the action replay inserted,now it won't recognize the game. What Now???


first see if it will do any other games, if not you should either turn the ds on with action replay in it and take out the action replay, put the game in go to codes do what you want click start it will say insert action replay do so, than after it saves put in game then it should play,[maybe not it usually works] or Try resetting the hardware by following these steps: 1/ With the console powered off, hold A+B.
2/ Power up the console while still holding A+B.
3/ 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.
4/ 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.
I do not have credit. these instructions were from codejunkies.com (creators of AR). then try uploading them on the computor.

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I hooked it up to update overnight the next morning it wasnt finished so i took out the plug later i tried putting some cheats on my game and it said uknown version and some code on the bottom


try to reset it.
  1. With your console powered off insert the Action Replay DS
  2. Hold down buttons A+B
  3. Turn your console on
  4. With A+B still held down, as soon as you see the Action Replay DS license screen press and hold down buttons START+SELECT so that you now have 4 buttons held down
  5. Hold all 4 buttons down for around 10 seconds until the Action Replay DS loads to it`s home screen
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My ar keeps telling me there isnt enough space left but i deleted all the games on it and i cant even put one game on it help


reset it
  1. With your console powered off insert the Action Replay DS
  2. Hold down buttons A+B
  3. Turn your console on
  4. With A+B still held down, as soon as you see the Action Replay DS license screen press and hold down buttons START+SELECT so that you now have 4 buttons held down
  5. Hold all 4 buttons down for around 10 seconds until the Action Replay DS loads to it`s home screen
  6. If Action Replay DS doesn’t hold on the license screen for around 10 seconds when you do this, you may need to turn off and try again
  7. take a while but will work

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Can not press next with Action Replay DS v. 1.60


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1/ With the console powered off, hold A+B.
2/ Power up the console while still holding A+B.
3/ 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.
4/ 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.

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okay the same dang thing happened to me and i do have an answer but make sure you keep this in mind in the future the most likely reason that happened was while the action replay was saving you turned your game off don't do that i did it twice and well it sucks big time but in case you do it again save this to your desktop by copying and pasting on a notepad okay! the fix is simple: Try resetting the hardware by following these steps:
1/ With the console powered off, hold A+B.
2/ Power up the console while still holding A+B.
3/ 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.
4/ 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.

also afterwards you need to know a game id ill give you my metroid game's click add new game and type in a letter or two randomly and click the next button thingy then type in 

AMHE-187B29B5 and click next after that have your game in the action replay and start the game up as soon as you see your games beginning credits you can switch off the ds and it will then be able to be updated!

also after you fix your ds spread this on forums like this one as answers to people's questions so that other people won't spend forever finding an answer like we did!

Mar 06, 2008 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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Action Replay DS


All you need to do is, when you have those blue and red lines, means the codes are corrupted. To fix this, you will have to reset the Action Replay. To do that, you need to do this:

1. Hold down the A and B buttons before turning the console on.
2. Turn the Ds on while still holding the A and B, but when the health and safety screen comes up, hold down Start and Select too, so you now have 4 buttons held down.
3. Keep holding all 4 down until the main screen of the Action Replay appears. You'll have no games, which is no worry now because you can hook it up to the computer and update your AR with all the games again.

Hope this helps!

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