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Nintendo DS shows "There is no DS Card inserted." with any card. Tried turning off and on and blowing in card shlot, but no change.

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Thats happen to me a lot of times your ds slot is bustet an it will cost u a lot of money to get it fix i will say get a nintendo ds lite/new at game stop

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