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N64 game Pak

Today I bought a N64 Game Pak for the N64 console. I tried fitting it when I took off the plastic cover but there was a sticker under the plastic cover saying "do not remove this sticker". I removed it anyway and there's the memory block under the sticker. I need to remove it and swap it with the Game Pak but it's really hard to pull out. Does anyone know how to insert the Game Pak??? Kelsey

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Re: N64 game Pak

It's not too hard, remove the "Do not remove" sticker first. Then take a flat head screwdriver and put it in the notch where the cover clicked in on the top and just pop it out. Here is a guide with pictures (although they have the official tool, a screw driver works just fine.)

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