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Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Vapourstreak, Jun 4, 2007.
^ Look At Topic. Any ideas how?
By any chance do you have a set of tiny screwdrivers that look like these: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Jeweler...-set-bright.jpg (or similar)? I'd take the smallest one and see if it can fit in a tri-wing screw and try to lock it inside and unscrew the screw. I've tested it on my old Game Boy Pocket and it seems to work. I think the DS Lite screws are too small though so this might not be possible and you might also strip a screw doing this. I wouldn't recommend this method, just get a tri-wing screwdriver if you can. Without using a screwdriver, I don't know of any safe method of taking apart the Lite.
u can use a simular sized screw driver, use force and twist
Yeah i have those. I tried . doesnt work. i cant buy a tri- wing. not allowed to buy online
Age is a bitch
Buying online is great.
Look for a shop that repairs consoles if you find one take your nintendo ds in there and ask them nicely if they can open up your ds. even try a hardware shop. Whats wrong with your ds anyway
Iuno. Top screen flickers. Want Nintendo to replace the DS Lite, but they said they'd have to charge me, so no way.
you can attempt to customize a triwing by filing down a hex key. maybe try a hobby shop.
wtf is a hex key?
The screwdriver with the head shaped like a hexagon.
Or allen key like other people call it.
Thats a great idea to not waste money and get a new handy tool does anyone have thw measurements to make one?
how about using a pen cap, like they do sometimes when opening the Gamecube up.
Just heat the top of the pen and press it hard into the screw, might work.
I used a very small flathead screwdriver. One that fit into the tri-wing grooves, of course. I then pushed down on the top of the screwdriver with my palm and took pliers to twist the screwdriver. I also, without the pliers, just turned the DS instead of the screwdriver. If you put enough force on to the screwdriver, it will work.