I'm quite familiar with console modification and flash carts, so I'm usually the guy people come to for problems. A co-worker asked me about his TTi suddenly not working on his DSi (1.4) despite having the newest kernel that fixed the 1.4 issue. It is indeed listed as Star Wars Lethal Alliance. Out of nowhere after trying to play SMT:Strange Journey a few times (Corrupt save over and over from the protection), it suddenly stopped working altogether. Attempting to boot the cart in the DSi simply gives the "An error has occurred. Press and hold the POWER button to turn the system off. Please refer to the Nintendo DSi Operations manual for details" error. I borrowed the cart and took a look at it. It's working fine in a DS Phat and a DS Lite. I updated it to the latest YSMenu to help him with his saving problems, but I know this won't help his DSi problem. Now here is where things get weird... The board inside this DSTT is blue. It's blue, plastic slot, and looks exactly like this picture: http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/3599/dsc02382x.jpg It takes DSi firmware, it appears to be legit until you look at the casing (Not in the picture, as it's not my picture). The casing reads "DSTT FOR NDS/NDSL". There is no "i" anywhere to be found on the cart. So okay, it's a DSTTi board inside of a DSTT case? Well, let's see what the DSTTi Fake Checker says! It reads: "Not DSTTI card. Only support DSTTI card." He doesn't recall where he bought it, but I'm feeling that it's a fake. But I digress, despite those oddities, this thing was working but now is not. So does anyone have any idea what is wrong? I'll be picking up his DSi eventually to tinker with that a bit, but I'd love some input if this is a known problem with hopefully a fix.