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Re: Problems x 2
A few folders and games could be virus infected, you will need to format the card, if you have problems getting hold of moonshi, xmenu etc you can email me and i will send them straight to you, im away this weekend so if you email before i can sort it if not you would hear from me on monday
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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.
okay, i know an easy solution to this email me and i will give you step by step instructions, you will need to format your Ncard through your DS manually , i know it sucks but it happens, i will also send you the appropriate files so you wont have to mess around with the update, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
For the M3Lite The save files on the Card take up very little space, i'd just leave them there, but they should be located in "\NDSSAVE" directory of the flash card (CF, SD, Mini SD, MicroSD).
First, insert the flash card in to your computer. You should double click "My Computer" and locate the drive with your flash card. Double click the drive and you should see a "NDSSAVE" directory (for Nintendo DS games, aka NDS) and possibly a "GAMESAVE" direcotry (for Gameboy Advance aka GBA) saves.
if you right click the directory you should see a pop-up menu, from that menu click "Copy". Then Right click on your desktop (or wherever you want the files) and another popup menu should appear (click paste).
If anything you should worry about the actual games taking up too much space. You can delete the games and the save files should just stay on the card (which, again, are small).
It may be a little different with the ncard though