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Restore deleted NDS games

While I was using my Nintendo DS Lite, it freezes while loading a game, the I turned it off. The next time I turn it on. It says 'MENU?' I guess I deleted all of my games. How do I restore them if I have the games on my computer? It won't respond to copy paste. Do I have to reformat something?

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Open the sd card up, click on games and drag & drop the saved games in. Make sure the saved games are not compressed with a zip file.Next time also try copying and saving the whole card system as sometimes the cards can crash.

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