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with one Game Card:
Certain Nintendo DS games require only one player have a copy of
the game to play multiplayer. Those without a copy of the game will
need to download the game information from the player that has the
game in their system.
This feature is available on games that have this icon on their
packaging: To download game information:
Insert the Game Card into the DS Game Card Slot on one system
and slide it into place until it clicks. Turn the system on
by pressing the POWER button.
Tap the screen using the stylus when the "Touch the Touch
Screen to continue" message appears. If the host DS system's
Startup Mode is set to
Automatic. The game's menu will appear.
Manual. Tap on the box for the Nintendo DS Card Slot using
the stylus to start the game.
Turn on the other Nintendo DS systems. For each of these systems,
when the main menu appears, tap on the "DS Download Play" icon
on the right, middle side of the screen to display list of available
Tap the title of the game to begin the download.
See the individual game's multiplayer instructions for additional
game play information.
with multiple Game Cards
Games that require each player to have a copy of the Game Card inserted
into the Nintendo DS will feature this icon:
Because each individual game title has its own method for setting
up multiplayer games, you will need to consult the instruction manual
for that particular title.
1.) Cut your DSLite on (WITHOUT THE GAME) 2.) Go to settings at the bottom. 3.) Click on the first option, and you'll be taken to a screen where you can select whether to have it load games on startup, or go to the home screen
in the menu you need to click on the little ds icon at bottom, then click on the pink toolbar icon then click on the pink icon that look like a gba, it gives you option there to change the default screen for gba games, hope that helps.
If you can get to it without it freezing use the System Restore function under:
If you can't get to it because of freezing you should put your hard drive
into another PS3. It will see it as a new drive and prompt you to
format it. Afterwards put it back into your PS3 and it will do the same
It doesn't matter which PS3 yours or the one you put your hard drive into, they're all the same as far as the process goes.