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Chances are it is as simple as it being a defective device. If you have had the device for under 12 months it should be covered by the manufacturers warranty. If you registered the product then they generally give you an additional 90 days on top of that. Otherwise you will most likely have to send it to nintendo to have repaired.
I'm sorry there isnt much of a simple fix for this problem, as it is most likely an issue with the internal electronics or lithium battery depending on if the crashes are charge based or simply the system malfunctioning.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ds cartridge don't work
Usually these cards are problematic because get stuck when you fill the available memory with game saves and you must use a special SLOT-2 reader/writer to delete, add or edit files in the card memory from a computer...
If your card seller didnt included that reader/writer with the card then you must call them for support on your problem or try to guess what card model is yours, If you know that info is useful to put it in your question, If not then you have to make a research in internet.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
SOURCE: nintendo ds games not working
With three boys we frequently have this problem and we found that rubbing the pins clean with a Qtip dipped in rubbing alcohol and then wait for it to be mostly dry before re-inserting. Some times we have to do this 2 times - good luck!
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
You have to put the R4 v1.18 kernel on the memory card for it to work.
R4 web site is http://r4ds.cn/
In the download section is the r4 manual follow that and you should be ok.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
SOURCE: DS won't read game
make sure that the carteidge is clean, and the cavity inside the DS is clean as well...you can do this by putting isopropyl alcohol on a qtip...make sure you let it dry before powering on your DS again.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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