Acekard2i Save Files won't Read

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Dec 20, 2010

Acekard2i Save Files won't Read by Owlett at 6:10 AM (1,118 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Owlett
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    Newcomer Owlett Newbie

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    Hey everyone,
    I've looked through these boards for a similar problem but they are all slightly different... and their solutions don't work.
    I have an Acekard 2i. I'm using my DS Lite.
    Everything worked fine when I first ran it. I could load, save, and reload all my games without a hitch.
    Then, I put my microSD card back into my computer to load on some more games. I didn't touch any of the .sav or .nds.save files of my previous games.
    However, after I put the Acekard back, when I tried to play one of my old games, it prompted me to make a new save file. I checked, and the Acekard still recognizes the .sav and .nds.save files... it just doesn't read them [each of my games has both a .sav and a .nds.save file... and that had never been a problem before. Also, all of my save files were created by saving on the acekard... they weren't from an emulator or anywhere else]
    I updated to 1.8.1, and again the same problem occurred.
    I don't play the games on an emulator or anything when I add to my microSD card.

    Help?
     
  2. Masked Ranger

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    Are the save files named .sav or .SAV? There was a bug in some version of AKAIO that should have been fixed in 1.8. Check the names of all 3 of the save files.
     
  3. Owlett
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    They're all .sav, lowercase.
     
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    Only thing I can think of is that you didn't disconnect the usb reader properly from the pc.
     
  5. Owlett
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    Well I'm using an SD card Adapter instead of a USB... and I eject it every time. :/ my 2G card is pretty close to running out of room... 500 mb, but I can create new save files so I don't think this is the problem. ugh...
     

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