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It's a cheat system which you need to buy. Have a look at codejunkies.com - who make Action Replay - for more information on it.

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your version has everything to do with it. i recently found this out. all the dsi versions past 1.4 u doesn't allow the action replay to work basically. either we wait for a action replay update or we find a wait to get the dsi's version to 1.3 something. my fiancee's dsi was at 1.2 u and the action replay worked just fine. i had him update it to the newest version which is 1.4.5 u and it doesn't allow the action replay to work. i know i didn't really help but for the longest time i thought my action replay was broken and then i just found out that it's the dsi instead. sorry mate

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WARNING This will not protect against future corruption

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If you updated to 6.30 or 6.31 then the action replay psp code version will not work. you will need to wait until codejunkies makes the action replay compatible. However if it is the action replay max psp, you really didn't need it because all it's for is downloading saves and converting videos. there are lots of places on the internet where you can find game saves or video converters.

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I'm not sure if you're asking for cheat codes for use with Ridge Racer DS for the Nintendo DS, or Ridge Racer V for the Playstation 2 - Unfortunately, neither game has actual cheats built into them. You can, however, use a hex editor tool (also referred to as a Trainer, Gameshark, or Action Replay), which would allow you to cheat.

Intec Action Replay for the Nintendo DS: http://us.codejunkies.com/Products/NDS-Action-Replay---USA__EF000142.aspx

Action Replay codes for Ridge Racer DS for the Nintendo DS: http://us.codejunkies.com/search/codes/Ridge-Racer-DS_Nintendo-DS_17825879-17___.aspx

Intec Action Replay for the Playstation 2: http://us.codejunkies.com/Products/PS2-Action-Replay-MAX---USA__EF000306.aspx

Action Replay codes for Ridge Racer V for the Playstation 2: http://us.codejunkies.com/search/codes/Ridge-Racer-V_PlayStation2_1048770-1___.aspx

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connect the usb to the pc.when you power up the ds lite with action replay in palce.press the select,start,A and B button at the same time.this will format your areplay.now update the action replay via internet and it will update all the games on your action replay.

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