Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
Ds game card has a open fat error
Posted by Anonymous on
try to use rubbing alcohol on a qtip and clean the game connectors and inside the game slot. Or try to blow on it. that usually does the trick
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
SOURCE: multi game card for ds lite
Thanks for giving the card name, that helps to investigate possible causes of your problem.
The common causes of these problems are full cards memory because the seller fill the memory with game roms to make the device sell more attractive, though to save games you need memory and completelly filling the memory capacity of these cards make them to have issues like the ones you told before.
The good thing is that you can connect the NDSL to your PC throught the suplied USB cable and SLOT-2 (GBA game slot) N-Card Flash Linker cartridge.
You can download the required software latest files from the manufacturers website. Once connected, turn on your DS, your PC will recognize it and you will be able to drag and drop files, then you can delete or copy some less used game roms or save files from the card to your PC leaving free space for the others to run.
If nothing of that works for you, then you would try to find a FAQ or support forum site where you can find more options to solve this issue.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
You may have a bent pin on the game slot. Try inserting a game several times rapidly in and out. Look at your game cartridges and see if one of the contacts is damaged in the same place on all of the cartridges.
If this does not solve the issue, you will need to get your console repaired. Either the repair shop will replace all of the electronics or resolder a new game slot on your existing board.
Posted on May 26, 2008
To get an in depth answer seach you tube but in brief.
You will need to download the system files for your type of R4 or flash card you are using, make sure you get the exact model type as they are not interchangeable.
Drag and drop the files to your card you will see either 4 or 5 files. Then make a folder called Games on your micro SD card and load your games into that folder.
It quite involved but the tutorials on you tube go right into it.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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