I have a nds lite console but i have been having problems with it STARTS UP READS THE GAMES,PLAYS A GAME BETWEEN 5 -30 MINS BEFORE FREEZIING, THEN CRACKLING COMES FROM THE SPEAKERS can you tell me whats wrong with it
Topic by wenjo | last reply
Ultimate Frisbee rules run to twenty pages, so I came up with this for my classes. I thought I'd share it, but I couldn't see the point in posting an Instructable when my school's rules require written permission from every parent involved before pictures of kids go online, so I just took advantage of Rachel fixing the topic-posting bug. Indoor Ultimate Frisbee Lite (“Indoor Lite”) 1. The play's the thing: all players and observers must keep to The Spirit Of The Game. Teams shoukd self-referee. If any dispute requires a decision by a bystander or observer, that decision is binding. 2. The game may be played with and disc agreed upon by both team captains. 3. Teams of up to 8, with a maximum of 5 players on the field. 4. The game continues for either an agreed length of time, or to an agreed score (for example, “first to five”). 5. Before play, team captains agree the end zones and playing field, and choose ends to defend. An indoor game has no “out of bounds”, and play continues as normal if the disc bounces off walls, ceiling or fixtures in the room. 6. When the opposing team gains possession of the disc, it is called a turnover. 7. Ultimate is non-contact sport – intentional obstruction of, or contact with another player will result in a turnover. If a turnover is the result of a rule-break, the disc is handed to the nearest opposing player. 8. At the start of play, each team gathers in their end zone. One captain throws the disc towards the opposing team. Nobody may enter the playing field until the disc passes the half-way mark. 9. A point is scored when the disc is caught in (or above) the opposing team's end zone. 10. After a point is scored, all players return to their own end-zone, and the player who caught the disc to score the point throws the disc to re-start the game. 11. A player in possession of the disc may not move, but may pivot on one foot. “Travelling” results in a turnover. 12. The player in possession of the disc must throw the disc within five seconds – any near-by player may count to five out loud. Holding the disc past five seconds is a turnover. 13. If the disc hits the ground, possession passes to whichever team did not touch it last – if team A throws it and nobody catches it, team B gain possession. If team A throw the disc, team B block its flight and it then hits the ground, then team A regains possession. If team A throw the disc, but team B catch the disc in the air, team B gains possession and play continues. 14. If two players catch the disc, whoever caught it first gains possession. If two players catch the disc simultaneously, a single round of rock, paper, scissors determines possession. 15. Unlimited substitutions may be made after any point is scored. House Rules. Because Indoor Lite can be played in a wide range of venues, typically school gyms or halls, some “house rules” may be developed, such as “if the disc goes through the basket ball hoop, that's a point as well” or “if the disc falls behind the vaulting horse, possession turns over and everybody goes back to their ends to start play again”. Before play begins, any new or visiting players must be made aware of the house rules. I also blogged this.
Topic by Kiteman
Where can you buy ni-cd AA400 600-900mAh batterys ???
I have been given a DS Lite. How can I rename it
Just replaced the touch screen on my daughters ds lite.. all seemed well until whilst trying to put the case back on i broke off the tag on the switch.. can someone advise me on how easy it is to replace the switch.. thanks fat fingers..
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I have a bunch of GBC games, and i would like to be able to play them on my DS lite. Any ideas?
Question by Redfox888888 | last reply
Any ideas why the top screen of the nintendo lite isn't working after I replaced the housing?
My NDS Lite shuts itself off at random intervals, it can run for 5 minutes very well then it shuts off, other times 1 minute before shut down, it does this randomly, can anyone suggest a solution?
Question by GeoSilver | last reply
Ds lite has suffered a broken hinge ,green light shows but it wont power up fuses and battery seem ok also it charges up ok
Question by cartoon1 | last reply
The phone came with the You Tube "app" but when i select a video, it plays but is blurred. Do i need to do something or throw it away?
Question by jimbola | last reply
The screen rolls so it shows the top of the page along the bottom at the same time (like an old tv when the vertical hold goes) The words jump till you can't read them and the screen goes a greenish color. This started as an occasional problem but always corrected its self but it is now constant. I can still play the likes of Lara Croft with only the odd bit of trouble which sorts its self.
My DS lite wont read games. I think one of the prongs is messed up.
Question by deer boy | last reply
My nintedo dsl lite is turn on and screen is also on for a second and then goes off . if I open it all the way it click and works fine then if i turn the screen little bit down it turn off.please let me know what i should do? I open the bottom of the nds but i scared to pull out the cable.? please explain me how to pull out that big cable
Question by secc | last reply
So, I have had my Nintendo DS Lite for a few years and used to play it a lot until 2011-2012. I finally decided to start playing it again a few days ago when it stopped working. I know it isn't dead because I charged it completely before trying to use it. When I turn it on, the green light turns on but the screen remains black. Also, the screen has turned on once or twice but it's currently not working.
Topic by KristenB2 | last reply
So I have these cool LED Xmas lite strings which have 20 LEDs and run off of 3xAA batteries. Within the battery pack, where the power switch is, is a single resistor, 5.1 ohms (green / brown / gold / gold). I want to splice on another length of 20 LEDs to the existing set but would like to run all 40 off of the original 3xAA battery configuration. Do I just divide the resistor rating in half since I doubled the load (work being done) ? The project needs to conserve space, which is why I'm not using both battery packs.
Question by stagebuilder
The humble Lite-Brite has long been overdue for a modern reboot. We made our own Giant Lite-Brite, but Bandai is now coming out with the Luminodot which has a 70x50 grid, closely packed lights, and the ability to animate the backlight. The cost is $100 and sadly it's only available in Japan. Link
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Do you have a ds lite that doesn't turn on at all? does your ds try to turn on but a screen flashes then it turns off? Does it not charge at all? are games not recognised? No sound? Mic not working? Do you feel you can do repairs successfully if you had the know how? Then email me. email@example.com
Topic by ds lite fixer | last reply
It has a new battery, the red light turns on after being plugged in but shuts off after a few seconds?
The orange light does not come on and there is no other sign of the battery being charged. It has never been used
Question by shabz | last reply
If it's the battery how do I check?
Hi,i need to know if it is possible to fix my daughters ds lite,she dropped it in water. i dried it out and it now turns on and you can hear the sounds but the screen is blank.She had only had it fot 2 weeks so i realy do not want to have to replace it.hope you can help?
However, touch items on bottom half (that I can't see) still work, e.g., settings. Recalibrating touch screen does nothing. Do I need a new touch screen, LCD screen or both? Or can I fix this another way?
My wife bought the thing (DS Lite) on Ebay at about a $40 discount......well, so far it works....she got it to do the Brain Age games. Opinions, comments, over-ripe tomatoes, welcome :-)
Topic by Goodhart | last reply
Just a thought i had when i saw all of these led projectors on here. and then i saw a ds sitting on the table then i though, what if there was a such a thing as a ndsl projector?! how i believe it would be contructed, at least the case anyways, would be to detach the top screen from the bottom. then to use the screen as you would any other in a diy projector, keeping in mind that it has to stay connected to the ds. then build half a ds arcade stand for the ds, and build the rest of the projector. would this be plausible? or would it be impossible?
Topic by zack247 | last reply
So today I totally scored at Goodwill with not one but TWO projector screens! One is your typical matte white but the other is a silver screen by Da-lite! (well, both are da-lite) And I was DALITEd (see what I did there?) to find them so cheaply! So purchased them I did. But getting home I discovered the silver screen projector (the case a beautiful teal color!) had some rips. Luckily not across the main viewing portion but along the rails that A-roll it up and B-keep it from going into the case. I managed to fix the tears along B but A I'm aware has some sort of tension spring dohickey that is only kept wound by the end caps! And to fix that tear I'll definitely have to completely disassemble the thing. (to fix the tears I've used a combination of hand sewing and shoe-goo on the underside, since it repairs vinyl.) I can't quite find a repair/replace/fix guide that even comes close. I was hoping to come across a guide replacing the material at least but that was a no-go. Closest thing I found was to carefully take off the ends and with the screen rolled up screw back one end (left) and wind the rod back with the other (right) before screwing it back in. Guide didn't really specify my model though or even go into detail about the specific tension mechanism, so I'm doubtful at best on wanting to try it out. (and heaven forbid lose a finger!) Not to mention mine pulls up instead of pulls down, so orientation seems like a toss up. Anyone have any suggestions for a DIY approach to this?
Topic by stalledaction | last reply
My son dropped soda on he's DS lite, I power it down and removed the battery as quick as possible and wait for 3 days but now only turns the green light for a second beeps and flashes the top screen at the same time and then the green light turns off nothing else happens, I replaced the battery with my daughters DS with same result could anybody advice if this can be repaired or is it just better to keep it for parts? Thanks you guys!!
Question by Manu1 | last reply
My new ds lite doesnt register the game card is in the slot. I have tried all my games, even wiggled them and nothing? anybody know what to do. I tried blowing in the area where the games go.
Question by bigmark | last reply
She was playing with it then turned it off and it would not power back on.
I think my daughter dropped her DL LIte and now when you turn it on, both screens turn red. The volume still works and it does turn on and stay on. I do hear something loose inside, but I do not have the right tool to look inside to see what it might be. Has anyone ever experienced anything like this and can help me out here?
Question by cmcaz | last reply
something like a parabolic reflector would work, tinfoil solutions are OK.
Question by furrysalamander | last reply
Evil Mad Scientist has been really putting out the LED projects lately. They were selling a Mooninite kit, then they had pink LEDs (yum), and now they have info on how to make Peggy, an LED display where you simply plug them in and watch them glow. This 25 x 25 grid allows you to worry about what image you want to glow instead of how they're going to be wired up. Evil Mad Scientist page
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
I have a nintendo ds lite and the bottom screen is now shaking is this fixable and if so what part would i need