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Did I brick my dsi?

Discussion in 'Nintendo DS' started by sknyc, Jan 29, 2012.

  1. sknyc

    sknyc Member

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    I copied the latest 3ds3.0 for ak2i with akaio 1.89 to the SD, then installed on the DSi. The update was 100% done and after restart, I got the "An Error Occurred. Press and hold POWER to turn the system off." message.
    I have 2 SDs that are almost identical. I have tried all the following:
    1) reformat the SD #1 ( the one that failed to update)
    2) copied the files from SD #2 except the "Games" directory to SC#1
    3) put SD#2 in DSi and it worked
    4) put SD#1 it back in the DSi
    Still have to same error message
    Please help!
    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. tongs007

    tongs007 Active member

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    well good news is its not bricked, put an original game in and it will play, bad news is there is none apart from i dont know about the 3ds, but what i do know it all depends what card you have, nintendo has blocked it, your card maybe able to have an upgrade and that will fix it ( the guys in the know on 3ds cards will help you) but its certainly not a bricked console i assure you that. hmmmmmmmmmmmmm now reading the thread and start of post ( "did i brick my dsi? I copied the latest 3ds3.0 for ak2i with akaio 1.89 to the SD, then installed on the DSi. The update was 100% done and after restart, I got the "An Error Occurred. Press and hold POWER to turn the system off." message") have you tried to put 3ds firmware on your normal dsi?
     
  3. henkvisser

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    Feel confused about your problem, you say the "put SD#2 in DSi and it worked " what do you mean by "worked" does it mean you can play games with the ak2i and SD card2..if that, your ak2i is a working card and the SD1 is broken,, it not the meaning, what is the problem?
     
  4. Mickoz74

    Mickoz74 Regular member

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    best where possible to update on a ds lite i did and all is ok
     

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