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I start the system ... the initial appears with incorrect or no sound and a series of dots behind the words... then the browser and sys config. screen comes up... no sound of course... and when i put in a game... the screen shifts onto darkness as it should but the darkness remains and game will not start... what do i do... plz help

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I got it. The same thing happens to me. You should put the game in and if the browser and system configuration comes up click on the browser. If the game and the memory card show up click on the game. If just the memory card shows up it will say disc could not be read and i think the game might not work. But if you want to try to make the game work, put a little bit of soap on your fingers and cover the whole entire game with it, the run it under the water and make sure all of the soap is off. Then try the game. But if that does'nt work and you really like the game, clog up your sink with water and put soap on the game and then let it sit in the water for about ten minutes, if this does'nt work i dont think anything could make this game workd.

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