Question about Nintendo DS Console
You said to change the internal battery. Are you referring to the regular battery that runs the entire unit or a smaller battery located inside the unit.
The main battery is the only battery that keeps the DS memory there is no internal clock battery or anything so it will most likley be your main battery that is dead.
Quick point though, if this is the case your DS should not boot. if it does boot and the settings are lost then I would check the battery terminals to make sure they are connecting okay.
Other than this it could be an eprom on the main board at fault maybe.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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