I recieved a Nintendo DS and at first it worked fine.After I used it about 5 times I noticed that the ''R'' button was getting stuck.After I examed the problem I noticed that my DS was bent and it was bent back in a way that it was stoping the ''R'' button from working.What should I do? I think I might need to send it to NIntendo and have them take a look at it.I will greatly appreciate all help!
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its possible there could be too much dust or other small things stuck in the DS
game chip that it won't read it. this happens sometimes so just blow
at it a little. or keep trying to puit it in again to see if it works
or not. it's eaither that or the DS is in bad condition and will not
play games anymore. Also if you used a R4DS cartridge then that might be the reason, if it is a clone or fake
R4 then the hardware will brick any DS it is used in.
You downloaded the game? That's actually quite illegal. Like huge fines and prison time illegal. Please BUY a Nintendo DS (or DS Lite, or even DSi), BUY Pokémon Diamond, and SUPPORT the industry that makes these products.
2. Go to Settings (Little icon on the bottom of the touch screen)
3. Select Pink button
4. Select "GBA Mode" (pink button on the right)
5. Select "Touch screen"
This is mainly affective for GBA games, not DS games unfortunately. If you are really that desperate to play DS games properly, then either hope you can still claim it on warranty and/or buy a brand new DS (maybe even the new DSi).
You can try wiping the data on the cartridge completely. I looked in the manual and there's no information on how to do this. It's usually something involving holding down two or three buttons while starting the game. If you can wipe all the data it should be like you have a new game. My suggestion is to call Nintendo. I'm sure they'll do their best to help you out. Don't bother mentioning to them that the game is used, they might not be pleased about that.