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According to me, you should show your card to a professional as he can give you the clear idea about the problem that your card has. You can also get best quality and affordable r4cards by visiting this site r4cards
"An Error Occurred. Press and hold POWER to turn the system off." When do you see this error?
If you see this error while playing a Nintendo DS game card game: There are no known issues that create this error with any Nintendo DS game card games. Our experience shows that if you see this error, your game is likely a counterfeit product. To test your Nintendo DS game card, try this testing tip:
Try playing the game in a Nintendo DS Lite or a Nintendo DS (original style).
If the game still does not work, it's more likely the game card is defective and will need to be replaced.
If the game works in either a Nintendo DS or Nintendo DS Lite, our experience shows that the game is likely a counterfeit product.
If you see this error when there is no Nintendo DS game card inserted into your system:
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Well, I used to have the nintendo 64 and it would do the samething. Even my nintendo ds does it! But I think it is a common misread of the software. I've fixed my problems by:
1. Taking out game pak, and blow into game pak slot.
2. Try putting the game pak back into the slot.
3. Or blow onto the gamepak gentally, for it might just be dust build-up.
These may not work, but hopefully they will. They've worked for me before. For my ds I had mariokart in the slot and it didn't read the software but I took out the game pak and placed it back into the slot and it worked.
you either have a naff fake card or your ds has a prob with the pins inside that read the games, if you try ur ds with another game and it works ok then its the r4 card at fault, try it few more times then try return it 4 refund, i had couple duds too thats y i use dstt cards from www.dealextreme. cost less than 5 gbp! and free delivery and all mine work. good luk.
okay listen the sd card has to be blown on put it back in to little hole thing in the thing on the r4 card.Then blow the ds cartridge and the r4 and put it back in and it should work perfectly and if it doesnt just do it one more time and keep on doing it.
what ds card you are use? e.g. ds-one, supercard... etc ?
You might have a driver loose, try to re-copy all ds card driver to your memory sd, within cd support included of the pack,. or you'll need re-format your sd then copy your game at the right folder.. and try again..
Have you installed Moonshell onto the micro-SD card? It has to be there to see the games. If you have Moonshell installed, you should be able to navigate to where you stored your files. Your adapter should have come with a CD with Moonshell on it or you can download a newer version on the internet.