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When the first health and safety screen comes up we do not get the press "A" button. and can not continue to play

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HI there,
Has your console been shut down during an update?
If yes, this is the problem.
If this is not what happened, this may be a software program.
This you would have to deal with Nintendo for this as No one can repair this.
Regards,

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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