How do I get my PO-GC GB player to work with my Game Cube?
Hi. I just bought the black box that you put your Game Cube on so you can use your Bameboy games. It's not working. The Disc is in, power is on, I put consol onto box & tightened screws. All I get is an error message & to look at my instructions, of which, I have none.
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Remove it from the console and make sure that there is no dust in the connectors this could cause the error if dirty clean it out and try again if this does not work let me know and I will dig up some additional information for you
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You can try to put your save files on an external harddrive or USB, so you can import them after the system restore is finished. Playstation Store downloads are linked to your account, so if you've bought them once, you needn't buy them again, only re-download them.
It's pretty simple actually. Just look at the bottom of your Gamecube and you'll see a bunch of ports that are covered by removable pieces. Remove them, and fit the Game boy player into all the ports. Like a jigsaw piece, it will fit, make sure the cartridge slot is underneath the controller ports. Enjoy the game boy player, its quite fun, I loved mine when I used to have it on my old GC, until it got stolen.
read my previous post to you and try that and let me know if it worked or not sounds like you will have to follow those instructions. maybe it will work. since the gamecube states the card was damaged so a format will be required so the method will wipe it clean and cross your fingers and hope it works.
Hi, on the top of the Wii will be a hidden flap which conceals 4 gamecube controller ports. You will need to buy a memory card which there are two slots for that to store the games. Gamecube memory cards are quite cheap and you can pick them up for between £2 to £10.
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i never bought the game cubes "game boy player" but as far as i know you plug your games into the player not your gameboy . if your talking about the gb to GC link cable. that does not play game boy games on your tv screen. its made to be used in tandem with a gamecube game that uses the gameboy link feature.