Question about Nintendo DSi Blue Console
Posted by Anonymous on
Try turning off your DSI and take out the battery and leave it off for a couple of minutes, if not help then I would recommend you to go to the settings menu in your DSI and set everything back to factory default. if that still does not help then i would highly suggest for you to take your DSI console to the game shop and ask them to help you with your Issue.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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