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Flower mountain I got the capsule, keep going in circles can't find key

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I am playing a Super Nintendo game called Mystic Quest Final Fantasy, and I am having a problem getting to the next level of the game. I can't seem to get through the Focus Tower to get to Fireburg. Can...

  • Now you can set to the business of figuring out what the statue is for. It's a stepping stone just like those ice pillars in the Falls Basin. Push it all the way to the left, then all the way down, then all the way to the left. There will be another red chest just to the left of that; it contains the Blizzard spell.
  • Now leave the Tower altogether and come back through the entrance which you originally took to get to Aquaria. Go down the staircase to the room with the four coloured doors. Assuming you have the River Coin, the blue door can now be opened. Go through it and up the stairs.
  • In the next room, head south of where you entered and you'll see that you're now able to jump a gap. Do so and leave via the door in the northwest. Then take the first door you see and you'll find yourself in a whole new quadrant of the map.
  • On your way to Fireburg, the next town, you'll encounter three Battlefields. If you clear the second one, you'll win the Gemini Crest. You might want to postpone this for a bit, as you'll be getting a new ally shortly.

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Keeping your Sega CD from Short-Circuting and fix it if it does

Sega/Mega CDs are fragile systems and one power surge will kill them but you can stop it
  1. Invest in a surge protector it will easily protect your console from most surges
  2. Unplug your Sega CD when not using it this will completely stop any risk of it becoming damaged.
Repairing it is a bit of an undertakingThis Requires Soldering skills and a basic knowledge of electronic components.
This is a more "unique" fix, I have not seen this anywhere on net before. It took a few hours to find this on my Mega CD 2... But should relate to all "newer" Sega hardware. They are not in the MD 1 or SMS 1 as far as I have seen.
This info applies to the PAL (AU - EUROPE) and NTSC (USA). (And possibly most other versions as well)
The internal fuse is a resistor like component that sits at the back of the Mega CD 2 near were the switch is to sense if the CD lid is open.
On this board the fuse is located on the soldering side, labelled "F301", and is rated at 2.5A. It is beige in colour( US Mega CD 2) OR Bright Green ( PAL Mega CD 2).
All you have to do is use a fuse holder with wire fly leads. Solder one of the leads to either end of the PCB were the legs of the internal fuse are.
firehand94.jpgPicture of a M205 in-line fuse holder with fly leads. (You can use 3AG size fuse holder.. they are just larger.. Which makes it harder to fit in the case.)
Pop in a 850mA fuse (AU PAL Mega CD 2) Will be higher around 1-1.5 A for the MD 2 or SMS 2. (don't exceed 2A).

1. Open Mega CD II, Remove the screws (5) that hold down the metal shield (Red Arrows). Also there are 2 metal "tags" that hook under the slot were the MD connects to the Mega CD (Blue Arrows). These need to be bent back so the shield can be lifted up.

2. The shield has been removed. The fuse is located in the red circle area.

3. View from the left hand side.

4. Close up of the fuse marked "F301"
There are a few versions of Mega CDs and Megadrives that don't use the fusible resistor like the one in the picture above. Instead underneath the PCB in about the same location is a white rectangle surface mounted fuse. Should have like X.X A on it. To fix this... you do the same thing.. But solder each end of the fuse holder to each side of the surface mount fuse. I think it is still labelled "F301" though. Below is a picture of it...

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What is wep and how do i get it or how do i find it


Wep is wireless encrypted protocol, it is a form a password for you wireless connection.
In order get the wep key, you can check it out to your router, usually it is on the bottom of the router. You can also personalized the wep key by accessing the router and changing on it. If you still not satisfied or confuse where to find it, I suggest to call the manufacturer of the router.
I hope it will help you this solution.

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Jan 29, 2011 | Microsoft Video Game Consoles & Games

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How do i play solomon;s key in my computer?

For an NES game, you must have two things. First you must have an emulator. The Emulator is the program that runs the games. A good emulator would be VirtuaNES. Next you need a ROM. A rom is the file that holds all the data for the game you want to play. Once you boot up the emulator, you go to FILE and select LOAD ROM. You then load the rom you want to play. Once it's loaded you are all set to start playing.

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Xbox 360 keeps crashing any ideas

You probably have it in a small space and it's overheating. Check to make sure it's getting enough air and there are no heating vents blowing on it. It could also be full of dust. If you think dust is the culprit, go to your local computer store and buy some canned air. Blow air through the back (the fan ports) but make sure the can isn't upside down! Xbox 360's are known to have a lot of problems though so contact Microsoft if problems persist. I hope this helps!

Oct 18, 2009 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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What is the secret for continuing on after completing all the available sections in forest of illusions?

You need to go to "Forest of Illusions 3" (the southern-most stage), then get close to the end of the level as Super Mario (big Mario) or Cape Mario.
You'll see some Goombas (little brown guys) and Charging Chucks (football players) and a big green pipe.
Go into the pipe and it will take you to a secret room.
There will be a key and keyhole below some smiley-blocks.
Get above those and press the "A" button to spin-jump.
You'll break through the blocks and can then use the key on the keyhole.
The path will open to Roy's Castle.

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Nes light keep's blinking

well, heres what you do.. turn it off, and eject the cartridge.. blow in the bottom where the chip is to get rid of any dust, and put it back in.. turn it on.. if it still blinks, turn it off, and eject the game again.. this time blow into the nes itself.. put the game back in, and turn it on.. if its STILL blinking, grab another cartridge, and TURN OFF THE NES its very important. press down on the game you want to play, like your going to eject it, but instead of letting it up, slide that second cartridge you grabbed in on top of the first one.. turn the nes on, and enjoy...

it SHOULD work... if not, try taking a q-tip and dipping it in hydrogen peroxide, and cleaning the nes and game.


Aug 13, 2009 | Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games

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My NES (not super) the power keeps going on and off

this happens when the game is dusty or has dirt on the metal teeth things! i usually get a cotton bud and clean the game with methylated spirits it works perfect

Jun 16, 2009 | Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games

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Classic nintedo problem

clean the games and the system with alcoholand q-tips ,,when you go 2 put the games in try,,blowing them out and also,,,wedge something in there with the games to keep it in that spot tht works,,try side to side with the games to,,

May 16, 2009 | Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games

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