Hi all, im getting a really odd nds lite startup tune. Its higher pitched than the normal starting up sound. I doubt its the actual speakers though, since it plays game sounds perfectly. Does anyone have this same problem? Thanks
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Try using the original R4 firmware instead of R4 Wood (check out nintendodscards.com for the download page, the original firmware should be around there) or buying a newer genuine card from either dscardworld.com or nds-gear.com - both sell real cards but nds-gear has better shipping rates to Canada and Europe. Good luck!
- get nds file info using ndstool.exe - append a file to ndsloader.bin - apply ndspatcher.exe to a nds - grep for bricker code in .nds - trim blank space out of a rom - unpack and repack a nds using ndstool
extract to somewhere eg C:/ds/dslazy run dslazy.exe select a nds file(which is GTA right?) by hitting the "..." button. get the rom info by clicking the [?] hit the desired patch button select where you want the new file to be if appropriate..
Unpack the said nds file(GTA) search ARM7 download on Google, and DL it then paste it on the unpack nds files which is on your ds lazy folder "NDS_UNPACK folder" overwrite if ask. Then repack it save the repack nds file wherever you want and your done copy the patch GTA on your SD card. If you don't get it try searching ARM7 patching on google.
blowin F1 or F2 fuse or both inside your nds. can be fixed by runnung a bead of solder the blown fuse so it bridges the fuse (idealy you would replace fuse but its very tricky) first of all if you have a multi meter check the fuses before soldering them. anyway i advise not to use the homebrew card especially on your nds when you bridge the fuses as once the fuses have been bridged there is no saftey shut off to stop more sever damage. oh by the way just youtube F1 and F2 fuse location to find out where they are. oh and use a 15watt solder iron to be on safe side (less chance of overheating any components near fuses when soldering). its not that hard to do really (i did 2 of them with a gas solder iron due to me not having a 15watt iron) also replaced cracked screens. my next job to do is replace a L2 inductor on a friends nds (symptom for this fault is nds charges but will not power up, not even a blink of green light) for anyone who has this symptom its the L2 inductor thats broken away