Earlier this year we showed you how to back up and play your Wii games from an external hard drive. Many of you wrote in asking when we would do a guide for your other gaming darling, the Nintendo DS. You asked, we listened, and now we're back with a start to finish guide to backing up your Nintendo DS games. We'll be swapping out the bulky external hard drive for a nice slender micro SD card but the basic premise remains the same.
Repairing a Nintendo DS Lite
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This article explains how to hack a 3DS. If one method doesn't work, try another. The 3DS Hacks Guide maintains up-to-date information on modding the latest version of the Nintendo 3DS firmware, so it can be a helpful resource if you run into hurdles. Right-click the folder inside and select Rename , then copy the name of the folder and paste it into a document for later reference.
The Nintendo DS family is a family of handheld game consoles developed, manufactured, released and marketed by Nintendo. Initially released as an experimental platform ancillary to the then-current Game Boy Advance family , Nintendo DS soon replaced it as Nintendo's flagship handheld device family. The DS was distinguished from its predecessor by featuring a folding "clamshell" form factor and two screens—the lower screen being a touchscreen enabling input with an included stylus pen. It was also Nintendo's first handheld console to have built-in wireless capabilities, supporting both local communication between other DS consoles, and internet communications via the now-discontinued Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service. The line comprises three models: the original Nintendo DS ; the Nintendo DS Lite , a streamlined version of the original model with brighter screens; and the Nintendo DSi , an enhanced iteration of the DS Lite with updated hardware, support for internal and removable storage, cameras , updated system software with photo and sound recording apps , the ability to download and purchase additional software via the DSiWare store , and a larger Nintendo DSi XL model.