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According to me, you should show your card to a professional as he can give you the clear idea about the problem that your card has. You can also get best quality and affordable r4cards by visiting this site r4cards
Make sure you bought the correct R4 for the DS light and not the DSi. If you bought the correct one, then it sounds like the R4 cartridge is defective and needs to be exchanged for another one. Remember, Nintendo does not support the R4 cartridge, so go back to where you purchased it from.
Yes I can we had the same problem with all 3 of our cards today you just need to take the date back on the actually DS if you take date forward it will not work. Not sure what will happen tomorrow as it seems to be 14th April that seems to b problem. Hope this helps
Listen this will work. TRUST ME.
If you DS says "no ds card detected" but it will detect regular games, there is nothing wrong with the ds or the card. Take a piece of paper, cut it the size of the R4 card (a little longer) then fold it over and place it on the R4 card (same side as sticker on R4card) then put them both in at the same time. This will push the R4 card closer to the pins and it will work. keep trying. Took 3 tries for me and it worked. The idea here is to push the R4 card closer to the side and therefore making a better connection.
THIS WILL FIX IT.