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Nintendo DS R4i 3DS GOLD help plz

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i got a nintendo ds lite. i just got a ace3ds and a r4i 3ds gold. i have manu micro sdhc cards. i use a 8gb sandisk for my ace3ds and it works perfectly, games play. i use another 8gb sandisk for my r4i and it wont play games. the same roms that play on my ace3ds wont work for my r4i. both are on wood firm/kernel. my r4i boots up the wood menu and shows the games and folders n stuff. i can hover over my pokemon black and enabe the AR cheats but when i try to play, it says "Processing, don't power down..." and its stuck on that screen. i waited as long as ten minutes and it wont work. also, when i try n change the color scheme/theme it wont work. it works on my ace3ds. can someone te me whats wrong? i tried many other 8gb sandisks and a 4gb kingston. all the same. i downloaded the latest woodr4i firm from the officiall website. i unzip and add a new folder called NDS GAMES, and i put my roms into there. k so the wood menu boots up but wont change theme and wont play roms. can someone help? does the r4i 3ds gold abel to run on another kernel other than wood?
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This is against Nintendo's TOS (flash carts). We can't verify the veracity of the info you provided. Regrettably we are unable to provide any assistance with your issue.
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