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How To: Replace a Nintendo DS Lite game socket

Nintendo has been the king of handheld gaming devices since the introduction of the Game Boy. Over the years since the Game Boy's reveal, Nintendo has improved their tehcnology quite a bit and now during the 21st century, the Game Boy is gone and what now exists is the Nintendo DS. DS for dual screens, this nifty little device uses touch screen technology to interact with characters in the game. Despite the technological advancement, there are times when things can go wrong. In this tutorial,...

News: Baby Kicks Ass at DDR

Instant web classic. 5-year-old Ryota tears it up at dance dance revolution. If he's lucky, maybe someday Ryota will exceed this teen's suspiciously amazing DDR godliness. Previously, HOLY COW! Who Taught White Baby To Dance?

How To: Get wireless internet on your Nintendo DSi

Bored of sitting on your PC? Need internet on your Nintendo DSI? First check out whether you have WAP/WPA2. You can find out whether you have WAP by going to internet and typing your IP address and going to your wireless settings. If you do have WAP/WPA2 then go to system settings, then to internet. If you have Wi-Fi connector, turn that on. If you have WPA2, then go to advanced settings. This will get your Nintendo DSI get connected to the internet.

How To: Get Wi-Fi on a Nintendo DSi

This video will show you in eight steps how you can get and use wifi and dsi to use with your Nintendo. This is a helpful tool because it can be a little confusing to get started using different technologies without clear instructions.

How To: Get a SMS/SGG emulator on your R4/M3 card

Working with Sega emulators can be a tricky and complex process, but with this tutorial you'll be adding classic games to your Nintendo DS in no time. Go through this easy to follow guide to port Sega Master System (SMS) and Sega Game Gear (SGG) to your portal system. He shows you all the websites to find the program and ROMs, how to set it up on the R4/M3 card to port it to your DS with excellent clarity and simplicity. If you can click a mouse, you can be enjoying those classic games in no ...

How To: Spot a fake Nintendo DS game

How do you know that your "used" DS game is actually real? What? There are fake DS games out there on the market? Unfortunately, yes, there are. And this two-part video will tell you how to spot a fake Nintendo DS game. Don't get screwed. You're game may not work properly, maybe it won't save… and you don't want that! This is very informative about making sure you don't get taken advantage of.

How To: Connect your Nintendo DSi to the Internet

The big perk that comes along with purchasing a Nintendo DSi instead of a regular Nintendo DS is the Internet capability. With Nintendo's new DSi model you can go online and surf the web as well play other users over an Internet connection just like you would on an XBox or Nintendo Wii. Setting up and connecting the Internet on your DSi is quite easy to do and you will want to set this up right away to take advantage of all of the fun features.

How To: Download and read full book in the Nintendo DS

What's one of the best things you can do with your Nintendo DS? Read. Yeah, is it really better than playing video games? Only if you like to read. And you can read your favorite books anytime or anywhere with the Nintendo DS! Download as much as your Micro SD card can handle. There are only three simple steps to this process, so watch the video for the step-by-step instructions.

How To: Use the KORG DS-10 Synthesizer

See what it's like to make music on your Nintendo DS with the KORG DS-10 Synthesizer. KORG, maker of some of the world's finest musical instruments, takes their legendary MS-10 synthesizer, adds tons of modern features, and combines it with the accessibility of the Nintendo DS Touch Screen.

How To: Use the VCF on the KORG DS-10 Synthesizer

See what it's like to make music on your Nintendo DS with the KORG DS-10 Synthesizer. KORG, maker of some of the world's finest musical instruments, takes their legendary MS-10 synthesizer, adds tons of modern features, and combines it with the accessibility of the Nintendo DS Touch Screen.

How To: Disassemble a Nintendo DS Lite

Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to take apart your Nintendo DS Lite. For this process, you'll need the following materials: a philips screwdriver, a box knife, a Nintendo screwdriver, and tweezers. This process is particularly useful if you're having problems with your game system.

How To: Install R4DS

R4DS is a cartridge-based system that fits right into SLOT-! on a NIntedo DS. Here's how to install R4DS and be able to support ROMS, multimedia files, and homebrew games on your Nintendo DS.

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