To free up memory on your Action Replay, just delete the codes of games that you don't have either through the DS or the Code Manager. CodeJunkies gives you hundreds of games/codes, I only have ten games (give or take a few), which means the other 90-some games are just sitting there hogging space
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my sons action replay por the dsi worked for 2 weeks and then stopped. it doesnt even appear on the touch screen when you have it in the slot. tried resetting it following the instruction manual and add the codes again but it says there is not enough free space to load the codes. any ideas what else to do
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
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.
First of all, make sure your DS isn't connected to the computer at all, and try the fix again (the "A+B+SELECT+START" thing that you know), THEN plug in your computer (let go of the buttons at then menu screen, then plug it in). DON'T hit the quick update button on the code manager and select the empty code-list and delete everything in there again (The one on your DS). Select a game in your code-list on the bottom right (I chose Pokemon Diamond) and drag to the DS window (left).
Now try to add something to the code-list on your DS (the left window) And it should allow you to write to your DS. After the Reset, I had no problems re-adding games to my Action Replay after following the steps exactly. If you have your DS plugged in before you did the reset thing, that may be the problem. Make sure you do the software update (the top right button on the code manager on the computer) just to make sure you're up to date.
In order to redo this ds memory u follow my best instructions
0:i no this works because i had same problem but i fixed it. 1:b4 u open it holt a+b 2:open in and when the screen fades just b4 it sais "this product is not licened by nintendo" holt down start+select 3:you shall notice that that saying doesnt pop up(dont worry) 4:keep holding it down until it pops up then your memory will be updated
yo i know exactly what to do you know how there is that one code that is the (M) code... well it needs to be in there and it cant be in a folder. i dont know what the code is but you know that your action replay will work when it says that there is 1 code already activated in the action replays start screen so if you dont have the (M) code by its self and on your action replay it wont work