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Just like yours, my DS's touch screen kicked the bucket last october. I went and traded my broken DS in at gamestop and got another one bc nintendo wouldn't replace it for me. I would recommend the same to you =).
It might be a defective battery. Try putting the new battery in a DS lite that you know works. If the other DS works with its own battery, but doesn't with with your battery, then your battery is most likely defective.
Or you could take the battery out of a good DS that turns on and can do everything, and put it in your DS. If your DS still doesn't work, even with the other DS's battery, then your DS might be broken.
The freezing whils using an R4 card can be caused by allowing the reset function to be turned on (it's on the top right corner of the botttom screen (green is on and red is off (red shouldn't lock up, green is reset on and may lock up)))