Action Replay MAX EVO
Is it possible to use the MAX Drive that comes with the Action Replay MAX EVO in place of the sd card reader? rossy 04:19, 16 May 2006 (PDT)
Re: Action Replay MAX EVO
The MAX Drive is a memory card and the 'Cube uses a quite different mechanism to read from a memory card (compared to an SD card). As a result SDLoad requires an SD card reader.
Samson's AR loader uses a similar technique to SDLoad (i.e. get AR to alter its own patch engine) but it loads executables from a memory card. Thus, in theory, it is possible to use Samson's loader (or a modified version) to boot from a MAX Drive card. However, in practice, I doubt Datel's software will give you low enough access to the MAX Drive so you will find yourself unable to get the second stage bootloader into the right bit of the memory card. --Daniel Thompson 04:58, 16 May 2006 (PDT)
Using SDLOAD with USB Memory Adaptor 64M
I currently have a USB Memory Adaptor 64M for the gamecube... Can anyone tell me the full procedure on how to use this device along with SDLOAD to make Homebrew?
Thank You in advance
How to store Action Replay codes?
I just purchased the latest "Action Replay MAX for GameCube", and my problem is I can't find any option to store action replay codes. Instead of "add new game" the first entry is now a "freeloader". Did I just miss this option, or was it removed entirely and I need an earlier version of Action Replay? --7ZkCQ 15:43, 28 Feb 2007 (PST)
I read somewhere that newer Action Replay's don't let you add new codes. What version number is your Action Replay? It is printed on the inner rim on the bottom of the disk. You can also see it when you hit the Z button from the Action Replay menu. Mine says 1.14A on the disk and V 1.14 from the menu. Got it new about 3 months ago. It loads sdload just fine. Zorn169 23:38, 2 Mar 2007 (PST)
- Oh well. My version number (from the rim) is "1.0E, European" (on the up side it says "for use on European console"). The Z button won't do anything. I'll better try an older version. 7ZkCQ 13:04, 3 Mar 2007 (PST)
- I've got V 1.08 now, and it's working nicely. Thanks! --7ZkCQ 17:53, 21 Mar 2007 (PDT)