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I know what i know, and i know what i like
its ok. i had the original ds. so i need to re purchase the other brain games. they were FUN!!! this is just kind of blah. most games are hard, and boring and after like 30 min of training, which is REQUIRED.. it gets old.
plus its kind of insulting and demeaning. not very encouraging.
now i know why they stopped making these! GOOD thing, mine was free, from DirecTV
Lasted 2 days, and 4 movies. i moved it to see it better, and it stopped working altogether!
what a piece of trash!! bump this thing a teeny bit and it goes haywire, blinks and the chord (ac adapter ) doesnt even FIT in the hole!
oh, not to mention, mine NEVER worked without the plug in, so much for being "portable"
This company Is incredible! they worked with me after many frustrations, Finally got it working with windows 8 & it works well & FAST!!
What you'd do on Win8 is hit the "Windows-E" hotkey. ( the windows flag ) This is two keys at once -- the special key on your keyboard with the Windows logo (down on the space bar row), while hitting the e key at the same time.
This should drop you from the Windows start screen to the "Computer" folder, which shows all your drives.
You'd then look under the "Devices with Removable Storage" section, for a new removable disk with a size listed that's just under what the size of the flash memory card is. Once you find that, just click to open.
If you unplug/replug the USB card reader, you should see its drives appearing and disappearing.