My gba games work fine but my ds games arent.. evrytime i put in a ds game my ds doesnt read it.... i think the pins inside of the ds were the game cartridge goes is broken.. how can i fix this and how much will this cost me
Take a tri-screwdriver and take it apart. Make sure the reading lines are alligned. If not, allign them.
This is the easiest way I know. Idk where to find them, but that is my problem too. But since I know how to do it that way... maybe it is not a problem for you.
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try different games instead of one, could be the GBA [game boy advance] game that is broken! or it could be the DS slot for it so try using an other GBA game to see if it works! if not then see if you have a warrenty on it from the store you bought it from, warrentys should cover it if the other GBA games dont work on it! no warrenty i guess you could have nintendo fix it but im sure for a hefty price!
it may be a technical difficulty in the gba slot try bowing in it or get a q tip and kinda dust it out or blow in the game becuse the game isint making any connections to the ds and with the charger thing if u push in the charger too hard you might mess up the reciving thing inside the ds so it wont get the charge so be very careful when it comes to ds.....if u have any more questions plz let me know
Try getting the latest version of the firmware for ur ds. After u download the firmware, put ur card into card reader. Use computer to delete everything except ur games. Then put the firmware that you downloaded into the card. See if it works.
The only solution I can think of at the moment is that you're putting them in the wrong slot. I fear for your intelligence if this is the case. Make sure that no dust has got into the card, that the card isnt damaged, and that they are inserted into the right slot the right way round. It should click if inserted correctly. If you hear a crack then you've done it wrong and snapped the card.