Nintendo Dsi Serial Number Lookup

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Nintendo puts a serial number checker up on its support site, allowed 3DS owners to browse over and check to make sure that their device is confirmed for the.

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I'm sure this has come up before, but I wanted to bring it up AGAIN for those who own a 3ds or N3DS I brought my n3ds in my backpack to a park this weekend and at some point during the day it fell out. Since I had a few beers throughout the day, I simply wasn't paying close attention so it's really impossible for me to know when or where exactly it might've popped out of my bag. Since I haven't been able to find it, I began looking into how to transfer my purchases to a new system when I finally get around to buying one (could be a while). Apparently, the entire Nintendo e-pay system requires that you have your old serial number to work. If you don't have that, you are SOL. Don't be like me and think 'I'll do it later' and then never do it.

Not only am I down an expensive system, but likely down the games I bought with it. It's easy to get mad at the shitty system Nintendo has in place. I should be able to deactivate my account on any device, and my device serial should arguably AUTOMATICALLY become associated with my single username password, not unlike Steam. But that's all pointless to argue at this point, because I'm down about 150 dollars worth of games, plus the system (300). Not a great day for me today, but hopefully you can all learn from my horrible mistake. Update: Something I discovered from this whole ordeal was that, essentially, the representative you get and what you tell them means a LOT. I still maintain that the easiest solution for everyone is to write your serial number down ASAP and keep it somewhere safe.