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Re: On DS lite games what do the letters in brakets mean...
Here is the answer to your question....
(1) Japan & Korea (4) USA & Brazil NTSC
(A) Australia (J) Japan
(B) non USA (Genesis) (K) Korea
(C) China (NL) Netherlands
(E) Europe (PD) Public Domain
(F) France (S) Spain
(F) World (Genesis)
(FC) French Canadian (SW) Sweden
(FN) Finland (U) USA
(G) Germany (UK) England
(GR) Greece (Unk) Unknown Country
(HK) Hong Kong (I) Italy
(H) Holland (Unl) Unlicensed
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what setting do you mean? the ds setting like clock, date, languanges, user information ect? if that's what you mean, just erase the data and input one character and confirm (user information), the date and clock etc won't be a problem right!?!
If by DS chip you mean the DS game, and if by card you mean the slot where you put DS games, then I'm thinking that the device that keeps the game inside may have been damaged/broken. How to repair this I do not know, if it is even possible. Unfortunately, according to the DS Lite I have sitting here, the only way I can see to even touch this problem warrants the removal of the game slot itself, or replacing the entire main board. (Don't mind the Italics, I just hit the shortcut key and don't know what key that is).
this could mean 2 things,ur ds is old,or game is dirty or old so maybe ask ur friend can u use their ds and see if ur game works , if it does that means u shud get a new ds.if it dosent then u shud get a new copy of the game
Some games usually have auto save which means it save by itself. Other
games you have to find the saving point and save it yourself, for
example pokemon games, all you have to do is bring up the menu and you
will see save. Other games once you finish a stage or a board or get to
a check point, it automatically saves by it self.
I believe you mean "the top of the DS snapped" Anyways, if that's the case, it's normal. Unless the crack is very big, it really won't affect performance. Unless the crack starts spreading or its breaking off, you'll just need to buy a new one or get it fixed. IF you mean crack as in a sound, that's normal too.
I'm not entirely sure what that could mean. Perhaps if you took a picture of it for us?
I had read somewhere and even seen a video of it that there was a certain spot on the touch screen where you could tap it to access the WiFi settings without having to do so in-game. But I don't believe that it was in the right corner. I'm pretty sure it was on the left side in a corner.
I also believe that was a feature of the Japanese versions.
If you have a picture of it, that will tell me a lot more.