Ray wrote:Dying system battery?
The battery is fine afterwards. There's a chance it could be going bad, but it holds a charge fine.
Ray wrote:I mean the other battery (there is one, right?). I think there's a very small battery inside that works the same way as you'd find one on a motherboard of a desktop PC. Googled it - CMOS Battery... idk if the 3DS has one though
I doubt it would have one. It's not like there's any BIOS settings it needs to keep in memory and there's already an internal battery.
I haven't had problems with any Nintendo system except for my original DS lite which had a faulty shoulder button right out of the package.
My DS Lite's shoulder buttons stopped working.
My DSi's shoulder buttons stopped working.
My Wii's disc drive died (It did have a modchip, so I can give that a pass).
My Wii's replacement disc drive sounds like it's dying.
My 3DS shuts off for no reason.
It's not like I take poor care of my things. I haven't had any problems with any of my other systems, with the exception of an XBox 360 red ringing an another one (that I bought broken) having a disc drive refusing to open.