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My laptop wont accept the Action Replay disc

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  • pepsibro Sep 09, 2009

    I don't understand that, does the action replay disc go into the printer?

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you will have to take the disc back where you bought it and get a replacement because thats the disc itself its probably damaged, ive got action replay and i have no problems there, or if you want it might work email me an i will send you the settings so you can access it but remember to specify
jackdye@yahoo.co.uk

Jack

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