I can't get cheats working with AKAIO, all games freeze

Discussion in 'Acekard' started by Shinigami Kiba, Sep 23, 2009.

  1. Shinigami Kiba
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    Member Shinigami Kiba GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Dunno whats up, I downloaded the latest cheats and when I enable cheat usage in the menu all games freeze on boot up.
    Cheats worked just fine for me with the default AceKard 2 firmware, I tried setting all those different cheat files that came in the RAR as the default cheat file or whatever and it freezes with all of them.
     
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    Are you using AKAIO 1.5 with the latest loaders?
     
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    yeah, I downloaded AKAIO 1.5 and the loader for my card
    Games work fine, but not when cheats are enabled.
     
  4. bmon

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    I have a same problem. with cheat enabled I get white screen after loading msg. With cheat disabled It works fine. using the latest loader and 1.5. by the way I'm a newbie with the ak2i card... so where do I put the latest loader (ak2loader.nds)file - In the "ak2loader" folder or the "loaders" under "_aio" directory? And do I just drag it there or I have to do anything else? Thanks.
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    Member syko5150 GBAtemp Syko!

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    i just tested it and cheats work fine for me on AKAIO 1.5 with the latest loader...you might need to reformat your microSD using Panasonic SD formatter...make sure to back up all your games/saves first.
     

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