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I have a r4 card that I purchased. It has a 2GB micro chip in it with several games already downloaded on it. The R4 card says Revolution for DS (NDSL/NDS) My question is why will it not work on my Nintendo DSi?

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The R4 was Made in 2004 and the production stopped in 2008. And DSi has Firmware that the R4 Will NOT Work with the R4. I advise you to use an R4i or something else.

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