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Nintendo 64 Transfer Pak...

I Have A Transfer Pak For Pokemon Stadium And I Have Pokemon Blue...When I Start The Game With Pokemon Blue Inserted Into The Transfer Pak I Get An Error On My N64 Sayin...

"There Is A Problem With The GB Game Pak's Connector. Please Turn The N64 Control Deck OFF And Consult The Transfer Pak Instruction Booklet."

And Im Using A SharkPad Pro Controller...I Was Wandering Is It The Controller Or Transfer Pak So I Know Which One To Buy...Plz Help And Thanks



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  • IceGoblin93 Feb 16, 2009

    I have the same exact problem, but, other times I don't get the error message. I've got another one which is "A Pokemon Game Pak is not inserted. Turn the N64 Control Deck OFF, then inset the Game Pak." I'm attempting to go back in time, and my friend said I could store pokemon on Pokemon Stadium with a Transfer pak...this is what I was attempting to do.

  • Tortera fan Mar 01, 2009

    Mine says the exact thing too. When I put in one of my pokemon games. It happens on Pokemon Stadium 1 and 2. It happens every time,except it will work on occasions with my Red version. I wish I could see the trans. pak so I could find out the problem.

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Try cleaing the contacts on the games and the transfer pak itself, look up how to clean games on youtube.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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Its most likely the controller. When you put in the pack is it loose? You could try cleaning the GB game and trying again.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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