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Keeps saying not enough free space

I can add cheats but they just show on computer screen not in ds, i try to update and it just keeps saying not enough free space

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You need to restart it. you do this by ;first start game pressinga and b at the same time and then when the ds welcome starts press select and start at the same time.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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An empty action replay=a full drive...?


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the ds cartridge need to be reset.

do it by using this method.
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  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
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* Code Manager PC software is reporting the console`s battery is low when it’s actually fully charged.
* Multicoloured bars are shown on the screen after you confirm the entry of a game ID when trying to manually enter codes. * You can use the Code Manager PC software without any problems until the Action Replay DS is connected via USB set to the update mode on the console, at which point Windows shows a run time error.

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when i did this i had the same problem but while it does recognise it for just a little whyle, quickly press quick update and wait for the bar to go from one side to the other and then wait for it to
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You corrupted the data on the AR when you turned off the DS while it was trying to write. Now you have to reset the AR. To do that, make sure the AR is connected and the DS is turned off. Hold down A+B and keep holding them down while you turn on the DS. Just before the message that this product is not endorsed by Nintendo, and while still holding down A+B, hold down Start+Select. Keep holding all these down until the Enter Game Card screen comes up. It's tricky to keep all the buttons held down, so you might have to try it a few times before it's really reset. You'll know if it's reset because you'll be able to copy a code over to your AR.


Then you go back to your disk, and update your information it all comes back. took me a while to do this.

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first can you awnser one of my questions? how do u put cheats on ds lites? but for now. i will tell you if you tell me ok. well sorry but i think you need a new one! so now pleeeeeeeeeese tell me how to put cheats on ds lites coz i really need someone to awnser mine.my problem is called cheats a no no so please awnser it as soon as you can ok.

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put in your action replay ds ,then while the ds is turned off hold a and b turn the ds on still holding a and b ; before the this is not endorsed by nintendo logo comes up hold start and select while still holdig a and b

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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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First, you need to start up your Action Replay, after passing the warning screen for the DS, hold these four buttons A+B+SELECT+START; the white screen for the AR will remain there for a little while longer, just be patient

When the normal menu screen pops up, let go of the buttons

Plug your DS into your computer and you should be ready to go!

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I just had this problem earlier today:

First, turn on your DS, and after the warning screen (at the white screen for the AR) hold these four buttons: A+B+SELECT+START, the white screen will be there for a little while longer, be patient and keep holding down the buttons

When the Menu screen shows up, let go of the buttons

Plug your DS into your computer and you will be able to add codes again. You may not have all your codes from earlier, but that's what the quick update's for (It'll be worth it to be able to input codes again)

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