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try again with wiping the ds sd card and downlaoding new r4 software onto it, cut all your existing games into a new folder so u dont loose them then after the new data is on put the games back in again in the folder naemd "games" and it should work, if not u will need a new r4 sd card hope this helped m8 :)
Did you recently get a new DS console or anything like that? Otherwise, it looks like you may have bought a not-original R4 card. You should return it to the shop you bought it from and ask about it.
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Could be the R4 is not coming into contact with the connections inside the DS.Try putting the r4 in the Ds then using a piece of paper folded a couple of times down inside the slot between the ds and the r4 to push the connection pins together a bit better.