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Err...Is it too late to return the Ds or trade it in for a new one? Because, if it is messed up you can probably return it to wherever you got it. Also, you can probably take it to Gamestop and have them fix it for around 20 dollars.
hi there the battery may be faulty and therefore decreceing the battery life meaning the game might be cutting out due to the battery
The other option is that the game slot has some dust or residue in it and the game is not connecting in the slot correctly
Hope i helped Mike @ psp-repairs08
I think mine had this problem. It used to boot to the settings screen,where i would select what i wanted,then it would save and power off but when i rebooted it returned to the settings screen again. I found that by sticking a supercard in it(google it), it bypassed the settings screen. Mine now works fine all the time
Normally, it should turn off by holding the power switch over for a couple seconds. If that doesn't work, the switch may be broken internally. You could try taking out the battery (though this probably isn't too good for it) or wait for the battery to die, then charge it and see if it does it again. If not, you may have to get it repaired.