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Reset your NDS by taking it battery out for 3 min...it will work fine

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The DS Lite doesn't have built in Wi-Fi. Some games have Wi-Fi built into them, and they have to be activated from within the game itself.

The DSi and newer have built in Wi-Fi. www.nintendo.com has a guide on how to activate it on them.

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rror Code: 51040 Please try the following troubleshooting for the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector
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  3. Are you using any security programs (firewall, anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-adware, etc.)? If so, you may need to add the Nintendo USB Registration Tool software to a list of "allowed" programs or "exceptions." If this is unavailable, you may need to disable yousecurity program before the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector can access our servers. See Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector "Firewall troubleshooting" for more information.
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