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Well the charger shouldn't be showing voltage if it's not plugged into the ds as the circuits not complete. And if you only recently dropped it in water, take the battery out and make sure there's no games in it and let it dry out for a few days. Also, make sure the cover for the gameboy game slot is off. Hope that helped!
I'm sorry to inform you that the use of R4 and bakc-up loading on Nintendo DS consoles is illegal and we can't offer support on the subject. If you're havin any issues with any speciffic game try purchasing a retail copy of the product and that should solve the issue.
According to information provided by the manufacturer, Nintendo products made for use within the U.S. are not desgined for overseas use. This unfortunately means that games purchased within the U.S. may not function correctly when used in a DS Lite purchased in Europe.
Some of the most common reasons why this restriction would be in place are potential language barriers (for warnings, operating instructions and disclaimers), as well as differing government regulations between the two regions regarding the product's warranty or potential safety/electrical concerns.
While some users may report cross-compatiblity between foreign consoles and select game titles, this cannot be guaranteed in every instance. Nintendo itself has suggested only purchasing games for the DS Lite (and other consoles) in the region where the DS Lite itself is purchased.