We purchased an Ncard and have nothing but problems getting the games to work after you save some of them. Some games come up with different errors or corrupt data messages. After we delete the save games and Dsystem folder it will work fine again until you save. Please help.
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The N64 Controller Pak does indeed have SRAM as you state, but SRAM _does_ require a battery to retain its contents. The battery in question is a standard CR2032 or "coin-cell". The only gotcha is that it is a PCB mount variety, with the legs already attached to the battery casing. I'm currently looking for a replacement myself... farnell may have them but I need to check the footprint...
This deffect can only be solved at all soldering the SRAM chip again using hot air soldering. Try to use a piece of thick paper over the SRAM chip to keep it in contact with the circuit board when inserted in the slot. But that is a temporary measure. In case you can have replace or refund use it.
For the M3Lite The save files on the Card take up very little space, i'd just leave them there, but they should be located in "\NDSSAVE" directory of the flash card (CF, SD, Mini SD, MicroSD).
First, insert the flash card in to your computer. You should double click "My Computer" and locate the drive with your flash card. Double click the drive and you should see a "NDSSAVE" directory (for Nintendo DS games, aka NDS) and possibly a "GAMESAVE" direcotry (for Gameboy Advance aka GBA) saves.
if you right click the directory you should see a pop-up menu, from that menu click "Copy". Then Right click on your desktop (or wherever you want the files) and another popup menu should appear (click paste).
If anything you should worry about the actual games taking up too much space. You can delete the games and the save files should just stay on the card (which, again, are small).
It may be a little different with the ncard though
listen,i'm confused on your question.but i'll still help.don't turn off your ds on and off.that may shorten the life,which means you'll spend more time charging then playing,also don't take out your game card while your ds is on.save your game,go to the main menu and turn it off.once it is off you can take the card out.if this is not helpful call the nintendo customor support center number 1-800-255-3700.
I've never used n-card before, but possibly checking the card for errors will help.
- connect it to your computer and open its properties window. (right-click -> properties...)
- go to the "tools" tab and select "check for errors" ...or something like that. This may take a while.
If you still get problems and you can't find a solution, you should probably get a different card. The most reliable card you can buy is the CycloDS Evolution card, however, it doesn't have preloaded games so you'll have to find and download the games yourself.