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Posted on 12-09-14, 11:09 am
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You know that thing in that you put in the bottom of your DS Lite to keep the dust out of the GBA slot? Have a look inside it. There is a circuit board in there. Or at least, the little gold bits that connect to the DS.
Why is this circuit board in there?
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Posted on 12-09-14, 11:35 am (rev. 1 by  Hiccup on 12-09-14, 11:36 am)
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A. You can see the main circuit that is inside the DS.
B. You are looking at the connecters and/or circuit that read/write to the gba card.

(That was a non-technical explaination).
Posted on 12-10-14, 05:59 am (rev. 1 by ImageBot on 11-21-16, 03:10 am)
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No, I mean this thing:


If you look inside it, you can see little gold connectors.
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Posted on 12-10-14, 08:51 am
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Maybe it is designed to be like a gba cartridge. There must be sites about disasssembling game consoles, maybe you should ask there.
Posted on 04-10-15, 03:48 pm
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Probably to avoid letting the signal lines open to noise.
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Posted on 04-10-15, 05:18 pm
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Perhaps to preserve the circuits. No one likes to have rusty circuits that don't work.
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