Friday, February 09, 2007

Fixing DS screen calibration problems

Let's face it, shall we? You're getting older and so is your beloved Nintendo DS. Your dog too, apparently. Problem is -well, beside your aching back- that the touchscreen of the DS seems less and less responsive. Sad, I know, but true. Thankfully, and you'll have to thank for that, replacing the console isn't the only option you have. You can also have a look at How to fix DS calibration problems. Failing that, attempt something desperate: this. Now, you can replace your console without fear.

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  1. I tried all these and nothing work, the only thing that worked for me was replacing the touch screen. Only a five minute job and worked perfect first time. only cost £7.99 delivered with the special tools included. from the online auction we all no and love,

  2. Thanks for the extra tip :)

  3. Doesn't work at all. :c