Hacking Acekard2i TOTALLY not working...

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I feel like a total noob here.

When I opened up my acekard2i, I put in all the official software and all my games in there too of course, and it worked perfectly.

Last night, I must have messed something up. I wanted to try the AKAIO software instead since I was having a Pokemon Ranger save problem. I downloaded the REPACK of the latest, 1.4.1 I think.
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The acekard loaded only the bottom screen when I turned everything back on, but none of the controls worked, it froze.

I tried going back in today to try to re-load the original firmware, and also the Akaio firmware, and each time, I turned on the card to get the error "System File is Missing." I downloaded everything also and tried to re-install all the files multiple times. I opened up the Akaio folder to see that the loader was missing. I downloaded the loader from the WikiTemp and inserted it into the proper AKAIO folder and it still did not work.

I must have done something wrong, if someone can help me get this thing working again I'd appreciate it!

I must add that the acekard is the first flash cart I've ever had, I know almost nothing about these things
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http://www.megaupload.com/?d=8YLY1UMW There's my firmware if you could take a look at it!
 

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1) Format SD card with the Panasonic Formatter
2) Unzip the 1.4.1 Repack to the root of the SD card. After this is done there should only be TWO items in there: the _aio folder containting all the system files and the akmenu.nds file.
3) Create a games folder in the root

After this, it should run fine.

ps. The loader file is not missing. I'm almost certain you were looking in the wrong folder. The actual loader is in folder /_aio/loaders
 
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