I was playing KH when I'm about to save my game, I went to the save point and opened up the save menu and when i choose the memory card slot 1, this screen appears and said "failed to load list data from memory card slot 1".
Does anyone know how to fix this?
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Depending on which DS you purchase, you can use the console's Wi-Fi settings to play games
against other players around the world or download additional content.
The Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi allows for gamers to compete with one
another as long as the game being played supports these connections. The
DSi features a built-in web browser as well as a store where entire
games can be purchased and downloaded. In order to access these features
on either console, games must first locate and connect to a wireless
InstructionsThings You'll Need
Nintendo DS or DSi
Connecting with a DS or DS Lite
Insert a game cartridge into
your DS and power it on. Begin the game, and on the main menu, choose
the option for setting up a Wi-Fi connection. The location of this
option differs in each game, so check your game's manual for where to
find this option.
Choose "Nintendo Wi-Fi
Connection Settings" from the setup screen and press "A" to select this
option. Choose one of the connection spaces to use for this location.
You can save up to three locations at a time.
Select "Search for an Access
Point" and press "A". On the next screen, choose the blue padlock. This
is an open connection. Selecting it will connect your DS to this
Return to the main menu of your game by pressing "B". You can now play games over the Wi-Fi connection.
Connecting with a DSi
Power on your DSi and wait until
the main menu opens up. Once on the main menu, scroll until you see the
"Settings" tab, which is illustrated by a wrench. Tap on it to open the
Click the right arrow until you
reach the third page of the System Settings menu. On this page, select
the last option, which is labeled as "Internet". Select "Connection
Settings" from the next menu. This item will have an image of the DSi to
the right of the option.
Choose one of the connection
boxes to set up a new Wi-Fi connection. These will have the word "None"
listed. You can have up to three saved connections on the DSi at any
Tap the top box on the
Connection page. This will automatically search out a wireless access
point for you to use on your DSi. Choose an access point with an
unlocked icon; these connections do not require an administrator
password to access.
The DSi will test the connection, after which you'll be able to play games online, download new content or browse the Internet.
Tips & Warnings
Not all DS games can be played online. Check the back of the game's box to see if it supports a Nintendo Wi-Fi connection
Nintendo DS cannot connect to secure networks. The DSi requires a
password from the administrator to connect to these networks.
The only way to save is to beat a castle. In any given world you have the halfway point which is a small castle and an end point which is a big castle at the end. Once you beat either castle a question appears at the bottom asking if you want to save. Just pick yes and you must play from there to the next save point in the next world. TIP: also the big coins you get in every level can be used to open up prize rooms and whatnot, every time you open a prize room or different path the game will prompt you to save there as well. Very helpful near the end when the levels become excruciatingly unforgiving.
it's either your ps2 or your memorycard.. my suggestion is to buy another memory card, and if the problem reveals unsolved by doing that, you shold call the manufacturer about the problem, because then it is the console itself which is the problem..
If you go to "Game" on the settings menu when the PS3 starts up, simply create a new internal memory card, after doing so, assaign the memory card to a slot by pressing triangle. Then you should be able to save PSone games