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21. Posted: Tue 29th Mar 2011 03:31 BST
The update allowed me to play Pilotwings Resort again fine and the frozen black screen appears only about 1/3 of the time it did, but, man, I really don't feel like sending in something I just bought for repairs and not getting it back for a month...
Maybe you can exchange it for a new one at the store you got it from?
22. Posted: Tue 29th Mar 2011 03:33 BST
irken004 wrote:It's official now: It's recommended that you send it in for repairs. Assuming the update doesn't fix it.http://ds.ign.com/articles/115/1158057p1.htmlwhere in that article does it say to send it in? so far as i can see, all it says is to make sure you've got the latest update downloaded.
It's official now: It's recommended that you send it in for repairs. Assuming the update doesn't fix it.http://ds.ign.com/articles/115/1158057p1.html
where in that article does it say to send it in? so far as i can see, all it says is to make sure you've got the latest update downloaded.
Woops! Here: http://kotaku.com/#!5786555/nintendo-suggests-you-send-them-y...
23. Posted: Tue 29th Mar 2011 03:36 BST
@irken004The chances of Gamestop taking back an assumed to be defected unit and giving me a brand shiny new one is about as likely as me trying to shoot a needle from 100 miles away wearing a blind fold 20000 ft under the ocean. I'm just going to wait for some more system updates. Nintendo is well aware of all these issues and I'm sure they'll release something that fixes it...At least I hope they do...I really shouldn't have gotten rid of my XL...
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24. Posted: Wed 30th Mar 2011 13:30 BST
No problems on my brother's 3DS yet... Knock on wood...
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