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Discussion in 'Acekard' started by Kallona, Aug 28, 2010.
first of all, love AKAIO
Well, there is no such thing as a legal Acekard 2i
I also have never faced this issue with my own Acekard 2i with AKAIO 1.7.1.
Have you checked the AKAIO 1.7.1 thread?
'not a copy/clone' then =P
Lol so it's a 'legit' Acekard 2i.
Try searching around or posting it as a bug in the AKAIO forum.
yes i am doing that now =)
I've never experienced this problem before. Seems it's only you.
oh no! i dont want to be the only one!
hopefully somone on th akaio forums knows whats up.
- Properly format microsd card with panasonic formater (full format, erase off/on)
- set the sav extension to that one you use (*nds.sav or *.sav)
next thing -> SAV or sav?
UPPER CASED is not proper version of sav, so AKAIO could make another one (new)
Tested with many games needed X button to load, and no problem... (format will help you surely)
ok ill do the format =)
it was saving some as .nds.sav, some as .SAV..
hopefully this format works.
thank you penth! that fixed it!
Hi, I hope you don't mind me posting a problem in this thread too since it also has to do with akaio 1.7.1. Usually I don't have any trouble with setting up the Akaio with the loaders (mostly because I follow directions very well lol) But today for some reason it seems that I can't find the right file to download regarding 1.7.1. I keep seeing that I need to download then extract it, but every file that I download is a .rar file. So obviously I'm doing something wrong, right?
I know that I need the _aoi folder that is suppose to be extracted from 1.7.1 but since I'm getting a .rar file instead of an extractable file, I don't know what I'm suppose to do.
Does that even make sense?
The .rar is what you have to extract. The files are in the .rar. You can use Winrar or 7zip to extract the files in the .rar.
Once you have one of these programs, you can double click it to see the AKAIO files inside.
You are supposed to extract a file/directory from a compressed file. The three main compressed file formats are .zip, .rar, and .7z. Windows handles the .zip files and, to my knowledge, WinRAR and 7zip can handle each other's files.
There are even .exe files that are executable archives (you run the program and it extracts all files automatically).
There are also .ace and .lhz compressed files, .ace is reletively rare, but in use sometimes, and .lhz is sometimes common in japanese websites. [EXTREMELY COMMON for KISS Dolls. o_o ]
That's why I said the three main compression formats.