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The pins on the cartridge slot get oxidation and dirt on them. The game cards also get dirty. Pick one game card and carefully cut little strips of extra-fine sand paper. Use a stylus to rub gently each contact on the game card. They should become shiny gold again. Blow it off with compressed air and insert it into the DS. Do not attempt to clean inside the DS.
the card slot may be dusty, blow gently into it (making sure no spittle gets in) or get a clean cloth and wipe the outside of it. On no account must the slot get wet, or it will probably get damaged and will not work.
hi thats happend in my daughters ds games not recognized.then after that started the sound played up. its in the shop at nintendo in melborne. its $40.00 to look at it and the parts cost extra.send it to nentendo in your state. if its under warranty its free.send your docket in with ds. in the book is a phone number.sharon