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Nintendo DS lite- N card

My NDSL had some problems after I accidently deleted some files. I then reformatted the N card and copied all files from another NDSL with a similiar Ncard. Now when ever I hit ''menu'' - a blank screen appears. Can anyone help? Is there a sequence of files that I must copy over?

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  • petercty01 May 16, 2010

    My second NDSL is OK, its just that having copied all the files from the 2nd NDSL to the "faulty one" does not seem to help. Is there a sequence or specified files to be copied first?

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Your DSL files which you have deletd might be some system files containing in it. Please restore the files so your DSL works properly. You also have to replace the same files on your second Ncard to make it work.

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