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This sounds like it could be the start of a more serious problem. Start of with simple steps to avoid this like making sure there is no dust within the card slot and that the game card contacts are clean. If it is an R4 card you are using with downloaded games you may want to re-install the firmware back on to the R4 card. If this does not cure the problem as a last resort remove the battery for 30 seconds and replace it. If all of this does not help I would seriously think about contacting Nintendo in regards to get the DSi replaced as it sounds like it is faulty.
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Posted on Sep 08, 2010
You can try to perform a soft reset of the ninetendo.
1.Remove the cover for the battery compartment. The compartment is located on the back of the DS Lite unit, and the cover has a small screw holding it in place. You will need a Phillips size 0 screwdriver to remove it.
2.Take out the DS Lite's battery pack. There is a tab at the top of the battery pack. Insert your fingernail or the end of the screwdriver carefully into the edge of this tab and pop out the pack.
3.Keep the battery pack out of the unit for at least 10 seconds. If you keep the battery pack out for too short of a time, it will not reset the unit.
4.Put the battery pack back into the unit. Just line it up in the compartment and push it back into place.
5.Replace the cover. Secure the cover back into place with the screw.
6.Turn on the DS Lite. If the unit has properly reset, a screen will come up that reads "Before you begin, you must adjust system settings." You can now enter all-new settings and information on your DS Lite. If you do not get the system settings screen, you did not keep the battery pack out long enough. Repeat the steps and leave your battery pack out for a longer period of time
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Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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Oct 10, 2011 | Nintendo Dsi XL
Perform a system update on the Nintendo DSi if your system does not have the latest version of the menu software. If you have never performed a system update, open the "System Settings" menu from the main DSi menu screen, and select the "System Update" option on the fourth page of settings options. Follow the on-screen prompts, and accept the agreement to begin downloading the update.
Select the "Camera" option from the main DSi menu screen to access the camera and photo features.
Choose the "Albums" option to access the pictures you have taken.
Scroll through the pictures by dragging them to the left or right with your stylus until you find the photo you want to upload to Facebook.
Press the blue "F" icon on the picture you want to upload; this is the icon for Facebook uploads.
Select the "Yes" option with your stylus when asked if you want to connect to the Internet.
Press the buttons to enter your Facebook email address and password, typing the information using an on-screen keyboard and your stylus.
Tap the "Login" button after your email address and password are entered.
Tap the "Yes" button to confirm that you want to upload the photo to your Facebook account.
Wait while the DSi uploads the photo, and press the "OK" button upon completion to return to the "Albums" listing on your Nintendo DSi.
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Depending on which DS you purchase, you can use the console's Wi-Fi settings to play games
against other players around the world or download additional content.
The Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi allows for gamers to compete with one
another as long as the game being played supports these connections. The
DSi features a built-in web browser as well as a store where entire
games can be purchased and downloaded. In order to access these features
on either console, games must first locate and connect to a wireless
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