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Sram check error on Ncard

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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Re: Sram check error on Ncard

Right you will need to by a official ds as this one is corrupted sell this one and get a new

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- 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.

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