Erm i have an action replay ds and i have been playing pokemon diamond.
it has benn fine until a while and it has suddenly stopped reading.when i turn the ds on with the AR it says no game inserted and i cant usb it to the PC either
the screen just stays black when i turn it on
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Same thing happened to me, the problem could be that the game code was entered wrong into the Action Replay, there are a few things you could do about it. You can take out you Action Replay Code Manager CD and delete the game and re-enter it. Or if you don't have the Code Manager CD, go into the internet and look up the code for Pokemon Diamond Version, and fix it on your Action Replay.
I suggest you go to the store where you bought the action replay card and ask the Costumer Service for help. They might give you a replace, and if the replace doesn't work, then it just doesn't work for your Pokemon game. My cousin had the same problem. He bought one of those replay cards and tried one of my Nintendo D.S. games. It didn't work. When he tried it on his games it worked perfectly, and just 2 of my games it didn't work. Hope this helped !!!! :D :]
Sorry man, this is the reason why Nintendo didn't license this product. Very rarely, if you use an Action Replay on you game, it freezes the game then messes it up, and if your luck is extremely bad, then it even messes up your DS. Your Pokemon Diamond game will not work on the DS anymore, because you either entered too many codes at one time, or because you entered the codes too many times at once. But one thing you could try is resetting the game. Hold the A and the B button before you turn on your DS and continue holding it until your game turns on, but if that doesn't work I think you have no other solutions. Sorry man.
Do you know anyone else who has a nintendo ds (doesn't have to be lite)? If so, try the game in that sytstem, and if the same thing happens, then the game has a glitch. This tends to happen a lot with plenty of my handheld games, and i find that it helps if you blow into the game cartridge, and also into the cartridge hole. If that doesn't work, try repeatedly turning the game on and off. And if that doesn't work, try going to nintendo.com.
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.