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I put a new screen cover on my dsi and now the buttons or touch screen wont work????

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Your only supposed to use ds lite screen covers,made for only those. then again was it too thick when closed did you poss damage it?

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Perform a recalibration as soon as you notice a problem, to prevent performance errors.

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How to Replace a Nintendo DSi Touch Screen


Finding someone to fix a Nintendo DSi touch screen can be time-consuming and costly. However, with the right tools, you can do it yourself. Even if you've never tried fixing anything until now.

Instructions

things you'll need:

* Tri-wing screwdriver
* Precision Phillips screwdriver
* Precision flathead screwdriver
* New Nintendo DSi touch screen




Turn the Nintendo DSi over and find the five screws on the edges of the bottom. Take each one out with your tri-wing screwdriver. In the center you will find an additional screw that will need to be removed with a precision Phillips screwdriver. This keeps your battery in place.


Take the battery out. Underneath it you will find two screws that must be removed with the tri-wing screwdriver. After both have been taken out, pull up on the bottom casing to access the motherboard. In order to replace a Nintendo DSi touch screen, this will have to be removed.


Detach the right and left buttons in the top corners by pulling up. Underneath each one will be a spring---make sure you don't lose these. Then remove the four screws in the middle of the motherboard with the precision Phillips screwdriver.


Look for the ribbon attached on the bottom left corner of the motherboard. Take a precision flathead screwdriver and pull up on the black bar that connects the ribbon. You should be able to slide it out by pulling back.


Find the two small connectors that are locked in with two tiny clips on each one. Lift up on all four clips to pull out the underlying connectors. Take out the motherboard and turn it upside down. Now you are ready to replace your DSi touch screen.


Detach the Nintendo DSi touch screen with your fingernails. Pull it away from the adhesive, one side at a time. Take the new screen and peel away the protective plastic before replacing it. Line it up where the old touch screen was and reassemble the Nintendo DSi.

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My DSI opens up but does not responds on the touch screen, left and right button and x / y button. but the camera can take pictures


One time when my dinosoar of a ds was not a dino, I left it plugged in to the wall for a few days. When I went to unplug it and play a game that required the touch screen, it seemed to not know i was touching it. That night I went and bought mario bros. partners in time and played that game (which used buttons and not the screen) until my ds died and I recharged it only for a day and the touch screen worked again.

Another time I went to someones house with 2 little kids and let them play my game. They lost my pen ( and it was a hassel finding a pen small enough to fit in the slot) and started using their fingers. We ate some super buttery popcorn and kept touching the screen with our fingers. The next day the touch screen did not work and my step dad had to use windex 3 times daily for 2 days before it would work.

Make sure you try what I tried a few times. Pretty much any problem you have with the touch screen not responding can be fixed by letting your batteries run out of juice and recharging in a maximum time of 1 day. If this fails you, make sure you are using the bottom screen. You dont know how many people I have met that kept replacing their ds and ended up finding out they were using the wrong screen. Finally, replace the screen, and buttons or just replce the ds or dsi.

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You might have to start the DSi at the calibration screen by using these steps: 1. Press and hold the L Button, R Button and Start.
2. Continue to hold these buttons while pressing Power.
3. Keep holding the L, R and Start buttons until the calibration screen appears.
4. Follow the on screen directions to calibrate.

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Dsi touch screen stopped working only a week old can you do a hard reset on this


Try going to the system settings.
Then find the button that says touch screen.
You will then get to recollaborate the touch screen.
This should work.

Good luck! :)

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Hi my dsi has froze, when you turn it on the touch screen will not work, then when you get into the start screen it is stuck on pictochat nintendo the only thing you can access is the camera by r + l...


it isnt frozen its broken send it into nintendo and they will repair it for free if it is still underwarranty if not you will have to pay a fee depending on what is broken
this has happened to me i sent it in and when i got it back it worked perfectly

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