Think I just Brick My Lite after 1%

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by mortys, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. mortys
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    mortys Advanced Member

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    Hi everyone
    I've try to flash my Lite as I do with my Fat but the console reste after 1% flashing and I can't restart in safe mode. The power led is green but the screens stay black.
    Is there a solution ?

    thanks
     
  2. lenselijer

    lenselijer GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    what flash card do you use?

    my ds lite also turned off at 1%, but i managed to get into recovery mode.

    RECOVERY MODE

    NOTE: Make sure there is NOTHING inserted into the DS slot. This includes a game or PassMe1/2!

    First, write flashme.nds to your media and insert it into the GBA slot.
    Next, hold SELECT+START+A+B all at the same time and turn your DS on.
    The DS will boot directly to the GBA slot and from here, you can launch flashme.nds (If it isn't already started) and install it again.

    my supercard screen on the bottom screen was scrambled, but the top screen was OK. Sometimes also the top screen is either black or scrambled. You just have to press A and hope flashme boots up again so ive heard.
     
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  4. mortys
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    IT WORKS !!!!!! You save my Lite lenselijer [​IMG]. I was using a SC CF
     
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    good to know, so what exactly happened now? you forgot to take the passkey out of the ds slot?

    I dont think you can really brick a ds lite, as long as it gets to 1% you can still save it...
     
  6. Falkentyne

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    You did use an insulated tool when flashing (except for the very tip of the tool), right?