Just got my brand new 3-in-1 today, and after taking the screw off the casing, to put into a shell for my DS phat, i dropped it, and a small piece broke off. The piece that broke was on the right hand side of teh circuit board, underneath what i think is the rumble generator correct me if i'm wrong. What i want to know is, does anybody know what this part does. like, is it a bit of memory? and will it still function without it? i have a worried feeling that i've lost this peice, but i'm currently scouring my bedroom floor. does anyone also know if it would be possible to buy a replacement from somewhere to solder back on? thanks for any help Edit: I've inserted it into the DS, and so far, have managed to copy a game to NOR, managed to switch on rumble, and managed to boot up the web browser. The rumble isn't working perfectly, as the little thing that spins to create the rumble doesn't have enough space to move insite the cartridge, but this is okay as i didn't really buy it for the rumble. Is it possible that the little piece i lost from the circuit board was just a piece that connects the NOR or PSRAM to the rest of the circuit board? this would mean that games would copy over slower, but would still boot and play fine. This could be possible, as Golden sun took quite a while to copy to NOR, but maybe this is normal.