Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
Has your console been dropped recently? It sounds like a loose capacitor on the mother board. Five minutes is long enough for it to heat up and pull away from the circuit board.
Sorry, you will need to send the console to be repaired. You can find a number of reputable repair sites on the Internet.
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An after market or R4 card is used to 'backup' games and for other uses, mostly for pirated games. One of the problems with aftermarket cards is that people flash the bios and this fouls things up immensely. When you flash the bios, you are actually rewriting the software that controls the processor. ALL DS LITE CONSOLES DO NOT NEED THE BIOS FLASHED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!!! All of the after market cards will handle the software changes when started.
Posted on May 27, 2008
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