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Enter cod 14(# interrupt C interrupt) when lcd turned off enter 14 press copy

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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...

on Feb 28, 2011 | Classic Console Games

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I have 3 controllers for my mega drive, ive tried them all and have the same problem with each of them........just the 'up' button doesn't work ??? please help me.

This could be a simple fix to a more dire repair.

You could open a controller to see if the inside is dirty. There are silicon connectors that are on the boards that could be dingy. If they are, just clean them off with a dry paper towel.

If you plug the controller back in and the up is still not responding it may be an internal issue. You could open the system and follow the pin for the direction and see if it is broken.

Here is a direct link to a site dedicated to the pinouts on game systems.

Aug 23, 2011 | Sega Classic Console Games

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So everything is plugged in for my super nintendo to my tv and I don't know what channel and I had it on 3 and 4 and alot of other channels and it says unusable signal.. What channel should it be on?

Try the 'AV' button on your remote. hitting this button repeatedly will cycle all the AV inputs on your TV. Chances are you are plugged into one of those and not a normal 'TV Channel'.
The button on my Sony remote that does this, is a square with an arrow.

Mar 20, 2011 | Nintendo Classic Console Games

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Game comes on for a few minuts then screen goes off , the leds on guns stay on


"When the power status light flashes red after using the PS3 system and shuts off, the PS3 system has possibly over heated. This may be caused by poor ventilation or the vents may be blocked."

"If this happens:

• Check to see if the vents are blocked. If the vents are dusty, vacuum the vents to remove the dust.

• If the PS3 system is in an enclosed area like a bookshelf or entertainment center, move it to a more open area.

• Leave the PS3 system off for 30 minutes to let it cool down.

• If you continue to have issues, you will have to send the system in for service."

Hope this will help...

May 30, 2010 | Terminator 2: The Arcade Game

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How do you use an advantage controller

The Nes Advantage is one of those weird controllers. It is set up to function as a dual controller.. Kind of.

You have two plugs for player 1 and player 2 on the controller (If you are wanting to just use it for a 1 player game only one has to be plugged in - Not sure on the layout because both plugs are not labeled).

There is a player select button on the controller that can be set to first or second player. Set it to 1 and enjoy the stick.

If it is not responding you will have to switch the plug to the other.

Feb 14, 2010 | Nintendo Classic Console Games

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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 Classic Console Games

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Instructions for super nintendo games on the intrenet

Here is the controller instructions for "John Madden Football"
CONTROLS KICK OFF Y Button call onside kick formation B Button kickoff, activate closest defender A Button call audible RECEIVING ONSIDE KICK Y Button attempt to receive kick on the left side of the field B Button attempt to receive kick in the center of the field A Button call audible, attempt to receive kick on the right side of the field OFFENSE BEFORE THE SNAP X Button fake snap B Button hike ball A Button call audible OFFENSIVE AUDIBLES X Button cancel audible Y Button running play B Button anti-blitz play A Button trick play OFFENSE AFTER THE SNAP Y Button dive B Button break tackles A Button spin PASSING X Button pass to receiver in window x Y Button pass to receiver in window y B Button show passing windows, pass to receiver in window x A Button pass to receiver in window a RECEIVING, RUNNING X Button reach for catch Y Button dive B Button break tackle A Button spin DEFENSE BEFORE THE SNAP B Button activate defender A Button call audible L or R Button line surge DEFENSIVE AUDIBLES X Button cancel audible Y Button stunt B Button blitz A Button defend against run DEFENSE AFTER SNAP X Button reach Y Button dive B Button activate defender nearest the ball A Button power tackle

Nov 23, 2008 | Classic Console Games

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