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Awfull graphics with nintendo 64

Hello my n64 friends i have a very strange problem with my n64.Firstly i will say how the n64 came in my hands..A local store that sales electronical equipment dropped some old electonics between them were 2 nintendo 64s packs with mario64.It can plays all the games and appears graphics and sound but it has a very big problem all in the game have terrible graphics,i know that n64 has not antialising but this is too much all characters and models when you move them have lines and you cannot see a straight line in picture ,if the moderators allow i will post a picture to see with your own eyes.
What is the problem,i figured out that the cable is faulty but i want your opinion too.



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  • Anonymous May 15, 2009

    i have bought n64 last week with no ac adapter on the rear panel.then i made a special screw driver to open the n64 case.i use the dreamcast ac adapter board to supply the n64.the voltage is exactly the same as n64.the problem occurs when i turn on the n64.the sound is working but the display is terrible.when i turn it on for the first time,the display is distorted with a small line on the left side.when i wait for about 5 minutes the distortion is even bigger just like a storm in the display.then the screen begin to change from green,blue,red,sometimes b/w.please help me.i wait for advanced solition.

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I Had An N64 Myself They Are Just An Old Machine Sounds Like Your Graphics Card May Be Shot Or Not Connected Properly, I Recommend You Have It Serviced, When You Take It In Explain The Problem At Hand What It's Doing, How Long Its Been Happening, What You've Tried To Fix It Ect. They May Be Able To Help But Like I Said It's An Old Machine And They May Not Be Able To Help. Hope This Is Of Some Help To You.

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