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Nintendo ds froze

My daugter nintendo ds battery ran down, we had to buy a new charger...we charged it up and we started it...it goes to setup screen we put name-color-date-time-bday...and restart and it goes right back to startup. the date will not setup right no matter what you type in, it goes to 0/0/2000..and bday will not set...took battery out to reset and nothing, can't get pass the startup...help

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Sometimes you could get the batery replaced by nintendo $$$
or you could buy it and do it your self
by the way when did you get it this (i assume) is covered under the warenty

hope i helped

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