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Action replay causes lock-ups/DS card problems

After I installed Action Replay, my game began locking up. I reset it to factory setting by removing the battery for several seconds but it still locks up on occasion and I get the message "there is no DS card inserted" when there is.  Please help!

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Take the game out and blow in the DS card slot put the game back in and if that doesn't work take it to a game store ask them what you should try

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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* Code Manager PC software is reporting the console`s battery is low when it’s actually fully charged.
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  1. With your console powered off insert the Action Replay DS
  2. Hold down buttons A+B
  3. Turn your console on
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  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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have a good blow where you insert your card, if it still doesnt work take it back for a replacement, you dont need to set up any settings what so ever

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