Question about Nintendo DS Console
My DS will no longer store the settings (date, time, birthday, nickname, etc). Therefore, I can't play any games on it. I have charged the battery, and the unit turns on, but I just can't get past entering the settings. Is there another lithium battery that stores this information, or could the rechargeable battery be going bad? Thanks, Scott
No you need to change the internal battery
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
You need to change theCMOS batter chip on the inside try www.cherryfusion.com or any company that fixes video game consoles
Posted on Apr 29, 2007
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