As soon as you start up your ds you go to a title screen. When there go to the bottom middle. There is a miniture picture of a ds. Go to this. It takes you a settings menu. At the very right is a yellow box with a cross and a square in the middle. This takes you to a calaberation screen. Touch the red square until it reacts the way you want.
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sorry to say that your top screen needs completely replacing if it is doing as described!!
the bottom screen and the touch screen are seperate, jus mounted on top of each other, so if the picture works on the bottom then the bottom screen is fine just the touch screen is broken. again i think if the cables/ribbons are in correctly and it isn't responding then it will need replacing!!
No there isn't, you've been duped my friend (sorry to say). You need to send in the DS Lite because the electrical components for the touch screen are quite literally broken. Either that or you can... Pay for a new one...
Here's a mental note for later: Don't buy or trade electrical gadgets from non-reputable sources, this being your friends as well.
Contact Nintendo about product warrenty. If it is still under warrenty, I highly suggest you send it to them for them to repair. If the warrenty has expired, you can contact Nintendo to check for replacement parts or to find out their policies on equipment repairs.
you should just replace it the screen is about75-85 $ and if you do happen to do that you would have to send it in you might as well goto gamestop eb games or game crazy and pick a used one up for about the same amount of cash