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After i takethe date back and restart the ds and try a game i`ll get the message savfile not founded! what do i do ?????

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Change the names of the save games and roms (if you are using roms) to lowercase ie: warcraft.sav not WARCRAFT.SAV. I should work then.

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My ds lite has: "system date error" how do i fix


Hi there,

Let us investigate in this matter and try to resolve it.

Since the 10th of April, 2010, some users of the Nintendo DS and DSi and the R4i SDHC card have experienced an error that stops the DS card / DSi card from being used. The error contains the message “Loading… System date error! Please check NDS system date” when a user turns on their Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Lite, Nintendo DSi or Nintendo DSi XL console.
The reason of this error seems to be an incompatibility between the actual system date on the Nintendo DS console and the R4i SDHC card. This is possible of the Nintendo DS was played until it lost all power, or if the memory card within the R4i SDHC was formatted incorrectly. It can also be attributed to the date simply being incorrectly calibrated. In some situations, transferring a .SAV file from another Nintendo DS that has a different system date on it, can also trigger the problem. It currently seems to be that the problem only manifested itself after the 10th of April, 2010. While the team behind the R4i SDHC are working on a fix to be a future part of a software update, consumers are advised to go into their Nintendo DS system settings and set the date back until the R4i SDHC card can continue to function as normal. In some cases, setting the date back up to a month is required to temporarily solve the problem.
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Hope that works.

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Anirban Mazumdar

May 16, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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When loading displays message


Hello,
That error is recent for all <a href="http://www.dscardworld.com">R4i SDHC</a> but there's a fix in the latest update to the card. or you can roll back the date on your DS.

May 16, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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When turning nintendo ds lite on it comes up with this message System date error! Please check NDS system date.


it is just an eol (End Of Live) in the software of your ds card.
Plug out your ds and remove your r4 card.
Plug on your ds and change the date to 2009.
Plug out your ds and insert your r4 cart.
Plug on your ds and you can play again.
Now there wil be new software on the internet who is an update on the old software, so if you want to renew your software ist there on the net.

Apr 27, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite

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Ds lite is reading system date error


Known problem with the NDS Cards but here is a temporary fix:Take out the NDS cards and start up DS without them
  • Tap the symbol in the middle of the screen at the bottom that looks like a DS.
  • Tap the blue box with a calender and clock in.
  • Change the date a month or two back.
  • Restart DS with NDS cards in.
Even though this is temporary the people at NDS are working for a solution. But until then you might just have to keep putting the date back.

Apr 15, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite

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When switching ds its coming up with a message


Go into setup and set todays date and save it, that should go away.
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How to do it above.

Apr 14, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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System date error! Please check NDS system date. I get this error message when I put my son's DS on. It won't load up. It's stuck with a Loading message & then the above message as well. Please advise...


well this happened to me and i u have to do is go into the options, click on the calender and set the date back about a year . simple as that
i hope it works for u

Apr 14, 2010 | Nintendo DS Lite

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Ds lite says card has been removed during game play


There might be something (dirt or dust) blocking up the ds card slot. So try blowing on the card and in the game slot.

Aug 02, 2009 | Nintendo DS Lite

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Animal Crossing game date has changed to a new date in the future with all previous game details changed.


It is most likely a fault in the circuit board or a software virus caused in manufacture.

Apr 18, 2007 | Nintendo DS Console

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