oops. did i brick my ds?

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Jan 31, 2007

oops. did i brick my ds? by KunioKing at 6:38 AM (1,325 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. KunioKing
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    when i turn it on it goes to the FIRST start screen (the one when you turn the DS lite on for the first time).
    nintendo said they would repair it but i gotta wonder if i broke some sort of warranty by using my dsx on it. true or false?
     
  2. thegame07

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    what asking for the date and time ?
     
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    when i turn it on i have to set the time, date, and all that jazz then it tells me to reset then it happens again. forever.
     
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    dam first time i have heard that [​IMG]
     
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    it blows hard. i have no clue whats wrong.
    enduro racer rules.
    [​IMG]
     
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    I think using any unlicenced accessory voids the warranty, but you don't have to tell them about using the DSX. I doubt they will ask.
     
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    you may have got a answer by now if you did not put the ds-xtreme logo on your thread.:-p
     
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    That was random. Man, KunioKing you want to get in the trade forum fast, eh?
     
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    i knew if i posted one topic someone was gonna say something about me trying to up my posts. how many do i have now? 4? im not much closer and i really dont expect to be on there anytime soon. so, lay off. i just had a question about my busted ds.
     
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    Farami9 has posted 62 times in the last 24 hours.
     
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    WOW LOL DARN He want to up those posts Bad by posting 62 Times in the past 24 Hours LOL! Oh man what is everyone rushing for there must be AWSOME stuff in there im not really worried about the SELL/Trade forum cause I dont know how to ship so maybe someone will teach me well... Intill I get 100 I will have to wait.
     
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    using flashcards and things of that nature do not void your warranty. I've had pretty shitty luck with nintendo customer support, and this is what I've come up with. If you get an arabic guy, or anyone with an accent, hang up, and call again. They usually tend to mess you up, on my 2nd hinge crack I was told it was gonna cost me $50 to replace my DSLite. Called again, no questions asked, and it was free.

    Explain your position to nintendo and see if your problem is covered under a warranty. Do not mention anything about owning a flashcard. Just because they work at nintendo, doesn't mean they play videogames, or are 'gamers', so they would probably have no clue what your talking about anyways.
     
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    DO NOT tell them you were using a flashcart - It is irrelevant.
    Just tell them it's started playing up, you want it replaced/repaired and NO, you DIDN't do ANYTHING except use it in it's intended manner.
     
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    Well from the Start I don't think you can brick a DS with a FLASH CART only way that can happen if you didn't read the instructions for the FLASH-ME Process....But anyways Do not mention you used a flash Cart or they may Void your warranty I think.....
     
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    Just tell them to repair it and it got damaged. Bricking/using flashcards would break your warranty.
     
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    word. thanks for the help. i talked to nintendo and didnt bring up the flashcart and they're about to repair it.
     

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