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Graphics I recently pulled out my old Nintendo, and it works, but the graphics are all messed up. You can actually see the computer codes. Does anyone know how to fix this?

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Re: Graphics

This is a common issue with that old dinosaur (the NES game deck). Everytime I have experienced it, the game pack and the console have not been communicating very well, so try to clean the contacts, both in the NES and the game pack. Reinserting the pack several times before playing also may help.

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Thats sweat, if i knew you i would give you my ds for it, sorry i have no idea, sell it on ebay, who knows some geek like me might buy it from you

Posted on Jun 13, 2007

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