I've got an action replay but i didn't get a disc for it and i can't get it to install on my computer to upload my AR so what can i do
I burned my AR from net and when I burn that .iso PS2 tells me:"This disc cannot be played" WTF?!? Help!!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
you have to downgrade your system to 6.20. thats the only supporting firmware ar psp could run on. and plus, the server is currently down and it will take time to fix it. i received this info from datel customer service via email. im guessing about 1 month for the ar server to work.
make sure your usb cord is plugged in to your DSi AR and computer. **do not have the AR plugged in to the DSi. then put the AR's CD ROM in. you go to start menu. type in device manager. right click Dsi AR... click the driver tab. click update driver. click browse computer. then check the box [subfolders]. BROWSE. find DSi CD ROM folder. and voila! :D it should work
you can reconnect your ds+AR and you can put the codes back on there by clicking and draging one of codes list from codejunkies.com if you have your Action Replay Code Manager installed, which should come on a disc you bought with your AR
Many are experiencing this, what you are looking at here is a faulty action replay. go to the Datel website and submit your serial number to them, it will immediatly say whether or not your AR is from the time period when they had a problem with the internal USB reading system, if it is, then send it in and one will be shipped withing 10-12 weeks
The disc should work with most computers. If your computer bay is the type where you snap the CD into the center just put it in like normal and it should work completely fine. If you don't have this style and the CD just sits in the CD Bay, look closely, chances are there is are two slots, one for standard sized CD's and then a smaller slot in the center for mini-CD's. If your CD bay doesn't have both sizes your computer might not be able to install the software.
I would contact the store that you bought it from. If you have a receipt you can return it and get another. The disc for it is actually a mini-CD rather than a full-sized one so make sure to double check for it.