Hey fixya peoples, my ds lite has been working fine since i got it back when they were first released. a couple weeks ago, my ds lite will randomly restart itself for no apparent reason, and i have no idea why. can anyone help me?
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try this: hold A and B then turn ur ds on then when the ds logo appears hold start and select while still holding A and B then when the: this product is not licensed of endorced by nintendo: comes up release all buttons.. hope this works
Unfortunately, this is a common problem to do with the actual contacts on the back of your R4 card. A small minority of Nintendo DS Lite units have the contacts points set SLIGHTLY further back, meaning the contact is bad.
Try experimenting by putting a folded piece of paper in-between the R4 card and the red Nintendo DS Lite when you play it, and notice that it should play now. You can permanently wedge a small piece of paper inside the R4 card itself by carefully taking off the cover, putting the paper in, and putting the cover back. This ought to solve your problem.
If you are looking for a reliable place to buy DS and DSi cards from that will stock originals, I'd recommend using http://www.NDS-Gear.com (I've used them myself). They test every card before sending which means you won't receive dud cards, and more importantly they have support before AND after your purchase by people who reply very quickly and in perfect English. Some of these dodgy websites take 4-6 weeks to deliver and never answer e-mails, so I'm glad these guys are different. Oh, and they guarantee to dispatch by the next working day, which always helps with speed and all. And they're recommended by a lot of the DS card help sites, too.
According to information provided by the manufacturer, Nintendo products made for use within the U.S. are not desgined for overseas use. This unfortunately means that games purchased within the U.S. may not function correctly when used in a DS Lite purchased in Europe.
Some of the most common reasons why this restriction would be in place are potential language barriers (for warnings, operating instructions and disclaimers), as well as differing government regulations between the two regions regarding the product's warranty or potential safety/electrical concerns.
While some users may report cross-compatiblity between foreign consoles and select game titles, this cannot be guaranteed in every instance. Nintendo itself has suggested only purchasing games for the DS Lite (and other consoles) in the region where the DS Lite itself is purchased.