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your DS may be too old to read the card... I got the "New Super Mario Bros" and my old DS wouldnt read it. when i tested it on my new one, it worked just fine. of course, it could also be the ds card slot. here is a website that sells replacement items. i would look up step-by-step instructions on how to replace it before you try anything.
Where did you buy this game? Is it from a reliable source? There's been known fake DS games that don't work. And usually the case is the game shows a message "can not access saved data. please turn of power and re-insert game". This is actually my first time with a case where it can't erase the data. Try contacting the previous owner.
It's likely one of three things. Either your ribbon cable that connects the LCD to the board has come loose from it's connector, it has broken, or the LCD has gone out. These are the most common. Depending on which it is will depend on the steps you'll need to take to replace it. However if you got it for Christmas and it was new it is under warrenty and you can contact Nintendo for a free replacement DS.
Well maybe when you turn it on, it might be on manual mode. To switch it to auto mode, Press options then press the wrench and then find auto or manual mode and then, switch it to auto mode. Save the options and then it should play the game. If it doesn't work, blow into the DS game and then the DS game slot.