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The sims 2 on nintendo ds has a tendancy to just freeze randomly, I have this game and am very fustrated when I've done about an hour of of missions and then have to switch of the ds and start all over again.. There really is nothing you can do about this. There is a higher chance of the game freezing when it has a big amount of information to process such as when playing as the Rattinator, or going in a lift. My advice would be to save your progress every time a significant part of the game is completed; using the rattinator suit, or going in a lift. That way if it does freeze, you havn't lost anything :)
If you have the actual game then you will have to take it back or if its a rom for a supercard all you have to do is delete it off your ds (not the save) and reload it back on, if you need help email me and i will send you Sims 2 rom Jackdye@yahoo.co.uk
blow on the console OR trade this phony one with your friends for
keeps!!!!OR try avoiding the place where U freeze at or find the
reciept and GET A RUFUND!!!! or U can still trade it with your friends
saying" theres nothing wrong with it...SO GET YER @#$@ HANDS OFF
im sorry to say but i must be your ds or your game you might of currupted it with something like mettle because the little gold lines under your game card if they touch mettle or any other gold lines on the bottom of your game card