"An error has occurred. Press and hold the Power Button to turn t

Discussion in 'Acekard' started by sethosayher, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. sethosayher
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    So I send in my DSi for repairs (to nintendo of america), as my left shoulder button isn't depressing properly. My Acekard works fine. Then I get my DSi back today, and find the error message "An error has occurred. Press and hold the Power Button to turn the system off.." Whenever I press the Acekard 2i icon. I can't even load into AKAIO. My question is this: Is this probably the result of the firmware upgrade or is it a physical issue with the card?
     
  2. Cashoo

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    Go to settings and check what firmware the DSi is on.
     
  3. ACWWFAN

    ACWWFAN HERP DERP

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    If it shows up on the menu which I think it does but I am sorta confused by your post, then I don't think its blocked [​IMG]
     
  4. sethosayher
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    Version 1.4U, the newest firmware.

    To clarify, the Acekard Icon shows up on the DSi menu but when I click it I get a blackscreen with the aforementioned message.
     
  5. wchill

    wchill Resident chillxpert

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    If your DSi is on 1.4, you can't run flashcards at the moment. The EZ Team has a fix but it's unreleased still...
     
  6. sethosayher
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    I know that much but I wanted to make sure that my error is the result of the firmware block as opposed to a physical defect on my card...i.e, does the error message I get similar to the errors that other people with updated firmware have? If no one else with the 1.4 firmware gets the "An error has occurred" message then I might have to buy a new card...and that would suck ass =p
     
  7. Cashoo

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    Everyone gets that error that are on 1.4.
     
  8. sethosayher
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    Well that was the lifesaver I was look for =P
     
  9. Buzzkill

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    I got the same message. So we have to wait for a acekard update? argh!
     
  10. coolness

    coolness PSN: Dutch_DarkLord

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    Rotterdam Bitches!!


    are you so noob all people know about the flash block first look on the version noob
     
  11. GreatZimkogway

    GreatZimkogway Touhou Fanatic

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    Noobs aren't allowed to call other noobs noobs.

    And yes, it most likely IS that they updated it for you. Which, to me, is shitty.
     
  12. sonicwii24

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    That happened to me once with 1.3u after installing A.K.A.I.O 1.4.1 PROPER on my Acekard 2i, I just reinstalled it and problem fixed.
     
  13. sethosayher
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    If you paid attention to what I typed, you'd see that I also knew about the firmware block - but I wasn't sure if my nonfuctioning acekard was the result of the firmware or because the actual card itself was defective somehow. Which is why I wanted to know if other people got the same message I did when I tried to access my card.

    I don't understand what compels such rudeness on these forums.
     
  14. jugon

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    If the following error message appeared in your DSi or DSI XL: "An error has occurred. Press and hold the POWER button to turn the system off...", It means that your Nintendo has been updated (by the Internet) to the version 1.4.2 (or 1.4.3) or you bought it updated. In this case your DSi XL or DSi doensn't work with any flashcard in the market.

    If you don't have an updated flashcard, the solution requieres both "updating the kernel of your flashcard" and also "patching it". this is explained in detail here. I hope it helps you -[​IMG]

     
  15. The Pi

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    It's good that you're trying to help people out but using "View New Posts" will give recent threads so you don't bump old ones. [​IMG]
     
  16. GreatZimkogway

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    WHY did you necro with an old post...?