This could mean 2 things,ur ds is old,or game is dirty or old so maybe ask ur friend can u use their ds and see if ur game works , if it does that means u shud get a new ds.if it dosent then u shud get a new copy of the game
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Yes, but for some games, you can use the DS as a controller, like take Pokemon Battle Revolution, if you wanna have a battle but don't have another controller, take your Pokemon Diamond or Pearl insert to the DS, and try to connect your DS to your Wii to have battles
If you used an action replay for the game you are only supposed to use up to 4 codes at a time. If you use more than that the game will freeze. This is a very common problem with the Nintendo DS Action Replay. I have one for my DS but it never freezes because I make sure i use up to 4 codes at a time. An example would be using these 4 codes...
1) Shiny Pokemon
2) Capture without fail
3) Easy Training
4) Anything else that helps...
Sorry man, this is the reason why Nintendo didn't license this product. Very rarely, if you use an Action Replay on you game, it freezes the game then messes it up, and if your luck is extremely bad, then it even messes up your DS. Your Pokemon Diamond game will not work on the DS anymore, because you either entered too many codes at one time, or because you entered the codes too many times at once. But one thing you could try is resetting the game. Hold the A and the B button before you turn on your DS and continue holding it until your game turns on, but if that doesn't work I think you have no other solutions. Sorry man.