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Need help with building portable n64

Im working on adding a screen and speakers to my n64 so it can be easly moved around and player but i dont hev any clue how to hook up my video cord from my screen to my n64 motherboard. if pictures are needed to help me out i can email them.

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Well they have videos off of youtube that can help you out.

Posted on Oct 04, 2013

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SOURCE: hooking up my n64, sound works, no video

make sure the yellow video wire is plugged into the correct port

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SOURCE: my cousin said i dont need a cord to hook up to

If your device is Wi-Fi enabled, then you don't need a cord. Otherwise, you will need a cord.

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