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Re: nintendo ds lite bottem screen problems
The top screen needs replacing. when the unit powers on it tries to turn both screens on but since the top screen is broke then it powers the unit down. I can replace these screens and solve this problem. email@example.com Thanks Josh
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Remove the battery at the back of the ds to reset it, to do this you will need a small phillipes screw driver, and a small knife to flip the battery out.
When the battery has been removed turn the ds over and and rub your finger quite hard around the far edge of the bottem screen all the way around, do this a few times.
Turn the ds back over and re-insert the battery and the cover. Turn the ds on and set up your name etc, once set up go to the little icon on the bottem of the screen that looks like the ds, then go to the yellow icon on the right to calibrate the touch screen, if all goes well you should now have the touch screen back. Post back if not, you may need to open the ds and check the connector on the logic board.
Try resetting the hardware by following these steps:
1) With the console powered off, hold A+B. 2) Power up the console while still holding A+B. 3) As soon as the Nintendo screen is displayed, before our screen stating this product is not endorsed by Nintendo, press and hold Start and Select while keeping hold of A+B. 4) Continue to hold these buttons until the Main Action Replay screen is displayed, then release. Your product is reset, and will accept codes once more.
seems to be quite a comman problem, check for ant broken or bent pins inside the socket if there are any youll need to replace slot 1 socket. If everything looks fine you could try this trick, open up your ds lite so that the motherboard is exposed, at the bottem of the slot press down in the 2 corners so that u make a slight dent in the metal caseing and 1 in the middle, put the ds back together and try again. good luck.
Well go to a nearby GameStop they fixed my DS lite when it wouldnt charge with the charger the reason was it was old so i needed a new one anywhoo when the screen comes on it says NENTENDO DS LITE well mine says lite since it is a ds lite well you tap the screen with your pen and the menu is there or this could be because you (A) dropped it
(B) got it wet
(C) handled it roughly
hope this helps
~Queen of Spades
That sounds like your DS lite have a lose circuit part rolling inside so thats why it cant turn on.
You need to open the console, recover the lose part from the inside and resolder it in its place (usually near the power switch, marked as L2). That should fix the problem, if not then you might have blown fuses, lose screens ribbon cables or broken LCD screens. All of these repairs are discussed in other questions here.
If there is a game glitch there is nothing you can do.
When this happens with consoles such as the DS they normally fix the glitch and then all new games made will have that fix. It may be worth speaking to the vendor to see if they know about it.