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Hi, when i insert the the catridge with game qnd it say: an error has occurred. Press and hold the power button to turn the system off. Please see the nintendo dsi operations manual for help troubleshooting. I did it but i say to me to contact u! Pls help my little daughter with this!

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Make sure it is inserted proparly thn switch on and when you double tap it on the home it should say datel and after that it finishes going through the codes you double tap on codes and it should bring up the codes with that game in the cartridge and you are using Action Replay DSi Right.

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