Hacking Advance Wars Days of Ruin freezes on g6ds real 2.9

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Anyone have this problem with the 2.9 firmware? As soon as it begins to load, it freezes @ the nintendo sign.
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I somehow doubt many flash card owners buy a whole lot of games. And whether it's one of the best games is debatable.
 

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If you go in to the options, there is a button to test your microphone. If you activate that, the game will freeze. I haven't found any mic uses in the game yet, so it's not bad. On a related note, when the mic needs to be used in most other games, it will freeze there too.
 

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You might be able to use the mic in friends games, but I currently don't have any, so I don't know yet. Playing worldwide games works just perfectly.
 

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I'm getting the same problem, at the screen where it says nintendo it says 'Unable to write data. Switch off the DS and reinsert the Game Card' and it's not the ROM file because I tried it with No$gba and it worked perfectly
 

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