This was where the original story started on GBAtemp: GBAtemp Original Article First Video of Nitro EVA Ver 1.0 Cart: [youtube]http://youtu.be/4CjIqaO_QeY[/youtube] Last of the original Pre-release of the DS Nitro carts that have been repaired is up for bids on eBay now: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...em=160612582083 To Access the menu, press Start + Select when booting up the rom Works on the following systems: (Note: The original carts do not start up on the DSi and 3DS models; I am un-sure why the program runs when used through a flashcart) Original DS DSLite DSi DSi XL 3DS Reported working in the following carts: - Slot 1 SuperKey, Slot 2 SuperCard Lite - R4DS SDHC version - Cyclo DS - Supercard DSTWO - SuperCard DSONEi - Action Replay DSi - Acekard 2i / AKAIO (disable Soft Reset) - DSi in DSi mode loaded from SD card using Sudokuhax + Homebrew Channel (hbmenu based) Reported as not working in the following carts: - EZ Flash Vi - M3 Lite (in DS Mode) - EZ Flash IV (in DS Mode) - M3 Perfect (in DS Mode) - EZ Flash III (in DS Mode) - iPlayer - DSTT When the flashcart is removed, the system doesn't freeze up, it continues to run the tests. UPDATE 6/23/11: Alright guys.. Thoughts.. comments? Things just got interesting.. NEW, NEW UPDATE 6/22/11: So.. interesting news. I got the correct 2GB card now and have a dumper program that works ( tested dumping a cart, and the .nds rom runs ) HOWEVER... When I got to put in the EVA Nitro cart, it doesn't recognize it as being in Slot-1. This leads me to one conclusion: The cart is only activated before the start-up of the system. I will test this out on a couple other carts further tomorrow on the "flicker" test cart. It may very well be possible that this thing cannot be so easily dumped by flash carts and needs something a little more advanced. I've managed to get another cart to work! Nitro EVA. It's not as old as the 2004 cart, it's a 2008 revision. From what I can tell it's about the same as the 2004 cart. When I get more time on it, I'll get some more details out of it. Now, there's no worries about loosing it to the collectors guys! I have been discussing with many people the options I have to recover these carts. One that I am particularly interested in exploring is PCB Prototyping services. This would allow me to have someone create an entirely new board for the chips on the cartridge for me to re-solder on. After this, I can put it in a DS replacement case and they will be as good as new. Comments on this idea? I AM NOT ACCEPTING DONATIONS for this dump or for any other future projects. This is all for free and just for kicks.