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1. Posted: Sun 2nd Mar 2014 00:09 GMT
Tried searching before posting something that has no doubt been asked time and time again but error code 0000FEFE said no results found on here. Anyway my son's dsi has developed this issue and I can't seem to get rid of it.
I can repair nearly 99% issues on a ds lite, but firmware isn't one that's an issue with them tbh which I'm guessing my issue is. Anyone have any idea how to resolve this issue as I'm pretty confident with most things if I know how?
Thanks in advance folks
2. Posted: Sun 2nd Mar 2014 08:16 GMT
The general opinion here is that it's an issue that Nintendo themselves are better dealing with.
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3. Posted: Sun 2nd Mar 2014 17:31 GMT
Surely must a solution as its not cost effective at all with the Dsi being an obsolete product?
4. Posted: Sun 2nd Mar 2014 17:47 GMT
0000FEFE Boot sector integrity error (Sector 0x200 not valid), or error in NVRAM contents.
The first stage of the DSi's bootloader lives in ROM, presumably on the CPU die.
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