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The Following website lists your Error Code. Per Nintendo: "Likely cause: It appears that the settings
entered into the Nintendo DS are not compatible, or the router's
broadcast settings should be changed. How to fix: Try creating a new connection
with your system. Nintendo DSi owners trying to play multiplayer games
will want to be sure to read the "Trying to play online multiplayer with Nintendo DSi."
Occasional lockups with video gamescan happen from time-to-time and do not necessarily indicate a need for repairor replacement. If you are experiencing frequent lockups, or a particular gamealways locks up in the same area, please see the information below.
Make sure you are using onlylicensed accessories. Unlicensed products and accessories do not undergoNintendo's testing and evaluation process. They may not work at all with ourgame systems, and they may have compatibility problems with certain games oraccessories.
Check for visible contamination orforeign material on the connector pins of your Game Cards or Game Paks. Ifpossible, try the Game Card in another Nintendo DS or Nintendo DS Lite.
If the game works properly inanother system, the problem is with your Nintendo DS Lite.
(from nintendo troubleshootingguide)
Kingston or Sandisk are industry standard, to be quite honest though, there isn't much difference between the well known brands. Nintendo suggest Sandisk I believe, so they are least likely to cause compatibility problems.