I know if you use a DS stylus on a DS lite it will mess up the touch screan i dont know what DS you have though and your not suppose to touch the top screan with the stylus. Try reading the DS manual I don't know what to do...
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hi lea, does this dots and lines appears occasionally or it just stays there? because if its permanently there, then you might need to replace the lcd part of the lower screen (not the touch screen part) but if its occasionally, then try to see if it happens when your on the lowest brightness or highest brightness, if it is then you will have to adjust the variable resistor on the motherboard of the DS,let me know if you have to do this.
The problem is quite simple, ur NDS is getting old. My friend's NDS has the same problenm. You cant do anything, only thing u can do is to replace ur Touchscreen. There are some chinese websites which sell hose for about 15$. May u find hope there.
This is a normal problem dont worry, have u spilled water on it or has it fallen a few times? that might be why its doing that, if u havent done any of those things then maybe the screen is disconnected to some thing in the ds try and get it fixed
i found a REALLY easy solution! the most likley problem is that there is dust in the GBA/DS game card slot! it corrupts the connectors (i dont want 2 explain how it gets into the system) so step one: wrap a small peice of tissue around the stylus(make sure DS is turned ON)
step two: LIGHTLY go inside the GBA/DS slot with the tissue wrapped stylus.
step three: shut down DS system and turn on again
problem solved! hope this helps.
The connection to the lower screen is probably a bit broken. If you feel up to it you could take your DS apart using a tri winged screwdriver (can be bought from www.whitedog.co.uk/catalog/nintendo-wing...) and check the connections or you could just send it in for repair.
It could also be running fluid from the screen's gel padding. I doubt that, though...
It's best to buy or order a replacement screen. It's actually not too expensive and is not too hard to DIY. The problem with that, is it's really easy to accidentally break something while opening up a DS, especially the DS lites. Another problem is, you need a triwing screwdriver to open up the DS, which can only be found online. So, if you don't want to buy anthing online, you should just ask gamestop or something to repair it for you. It'll come at a price though...