GUYS, I was once a victim of this bugtrap piece of poo. But now I have not experienced any at all.
All I did was uninstall my graphics drivers (ati/nvidia) by the add/remove programs and just re-installed it.
If you are one of those people who upgrade your graphics card drivers when there's always a new version available, I wouldn't do so because when you upgrade to a new driver, your old one does not completely get erased and that will mess with your graphics card drivers. Just google this, and many people will tell you the same thing.
Lastly, if the above trick didn't work. Last thing I would advise is to reformat your computer (if you are willing to, after saving all your data), and then reinstall everything and then install ds.
This may not work for everyone, but it did for me so I just wanted to tell people about this possible solution.
Edited by Solo209, 08 December 2013 - 07:55 PM.