When in standby mode light flashing very fast and making a clicking noise
Hi, My DS Lite has been fab but now when I close the lid in middle of gamethe light flashes very fast and DS makes a clicking noise at the same speed. Can any one help here. Haven't noticed any other problems yet but wonder if this is a warning about possible future problems. Thank you
Re: When in standby mode light flashing very fast and...
Its most likely you might have put an option that does that you should take out yur gamecard and go to settings try to customize the settings if it doesn't work then i think you should get go to www.nintendo.com and get it repaired.
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Your Gateway laptop comes with a series of LED lights that alert you to the state of your computer. You'll notice there are blue, purple and red lights that either blink or display solidly. Each light, blinking or solid, has a different meaning. The blue blinking light on your laptop indicates that it is in Standby mode. Your laptop goes into Standby when you close its lid without shutting down the computer. To turn this light off, you'll need to take the computer out of Standby mode, and if you want to ensure that the blinking blue light does not return, shut down the computer after each use.
Open the lid of your Gateway laptop and press the power button. Once Windows loads, enter your password if required. The blue light will no longer be blinking because the computer is no longer in Standby mode. Shut the laptop off when you finish using it rather than simply closing the lid to stop the blue light from blinking again. Click "Start" from your Windows desktop and click "Shut down." Change your computer's power settings to keep if from going into Standby mode when you close the lid if you'd rather not shut down your computer every time you use it. Click "Start" and click "Control Panel." Click "System and Security" and then click "Power Options." Click "Choose what closing the lid does" from the list of options on the left side of the window. Select "Hibernate" from the drop-down lists under "On Battery" and "Plugged In." Click "Save Changes." Your laptop will now bypass Standby mode when you close the lid and it will enter Hibernate mode instead. Hope it helps.
IntroductionBy connecting pins 1 and 7 of the NDS slot internally on the DS Lite you can fix the Standby/Sleep "bug" in Flashme. This way, a card is not required in the slot for Standby/Sleep mode to work. What you need "Tools"
-(-) flat 1/32" for removing the rubber sticker near the "L" and "R" keys
-(-) flat 3/32" for Nintendo DS skrews (tri-wing skrews)
-(+) cross #0 for removing battery cover/slot skrew and "L/R" area skrews
Radio Shack .022 dia. Silver-Bearing Solder Rosin-Core
Cordless Butane Solder old Wall Lenk solder (whatever works for you)
USB Cable white wire (prob any peice of wire will do)
box cutter to strip wires (personally hate most wire strippers)
Unscrew every tri-wing screws with the screwdriver
Soldering (Note that pin 1 is actually the second point from the right. If you look closely at your DS Lite you'll see that the one on the far right is not actually connected to the card slot. You can't quite make it out from the pictures, but you get the point.) --Rion 10:25, 12 September 2006 (PDT)
it could be the wireless sencer in the top part of the ds at fault as the ds closes and moves it closer the ds should go into standbye, my thought is that the wire has been shorted somewhere probably inside the hinge.
Hi there. Your microphone is on, and when you close the lid it is closer to the speaker. It needs
a loud noise (like closing the lid faster) and it enters into a feedback loop.
We need to find a way to make the microphone not play back.
Try left clicking on the speaker icon in the bottom right of the screen, and click playback
options. Here mute the microphone, and see if it solves your problem.
What flash card do you have.You may have to reformat the Micro SD card then put the Firmware for the Flash Card back on.Oh if you can back up any games and saves you have on the Micro Sd first do that.