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I bought a nintedno 64 and it does not have the white, yellow and red cord, it has that cord that goes into the cable/antennae stop. But I cannot get it to work at all. Please help me

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You need to get that cable otherwise you can not play it you can find this cable on ebay for really cheap thank you

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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How do you plug in a nintendo 64 to my t.v


make sure the correct plugs in the nintendo 64 are in their sockets (not that hard to do, as one is massive and the AV cable is small) and then make sure the other side of the massive cord is plugged into the power point, then plug the correct AV cords into the correct colours of the AV receiver (red to red, white to white, yellow to yellow) hope this helps

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Cant seem to get my nintendo 64 console hooked up..need to hook it up through the vcr


Just follow these steps and you will be playing your Nintendo 64 in no time at all.
  1. Set your Nintendo 64 in it's desired location
  2. Plug the power cord into the back of your console
  3. Plug the other end of the power cord into an electrical outlet
  4. Plug the AV cable into the back of your Nintendo 64 system
  5. On the back of your VCR find 3 cable sockets colored red white and yellow
  6. Plug the the red plug of the AV cable into the red socket
  7. Plug the the white plug of the AV cable into the white socket
  8. Plug the the yellow plug of the AV cable into the yellow socket
  9. Plug your Nintendo 64 controller into the front of your console
  10. Place your game into the game cartage slot
  11. Turn on the Nintendo 64
If you encounter any problems at all feel free to comment on this solution so that I can further assist you.

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I am trying to hook the dvd player up to my old tv and am only getting sound, I am using the red, white and yellow cord.


I hope this will clarify things, you have 3 connections on each end.
DVD
  • Yellow Cable goes on Video Out (Yellow)
  • White Cable goes on Left Audio Out (White)
  • Red Cable goes on Right Audio Out (Red)

TV
  • Yellow Cable goes on Video IN (Yellow)
  • White Cable goes on Left Audio IN (White)
  • Red Cable goes on Right Audio IN (Red)

the coaxial audio connection does NOT need to be connected.
I hope this helps,
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it depends what connector cable you have if you have an AV cable hook it into the red white and yellow colored inputs if you have an RS cable for the 64 screw this into the back of the tv where the antenna input is.

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It is called the composite cable. Here is a link on Amazon.com for one at $2.01. LINK

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Color code on stereo-red,yellow,&blue/white.I believe red is always hot,yellow goes to run/accessory.Don't know what to do with blue/white.It'sa flagged P.Ant.I do not have a power antenna.64 Riviera


The blue and white wire coming from the unit is meant to connect to an electric antenna and if you don't have any then you can just isolate it with some tape and leave it.It will not affect anything else.

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Hook it up to the tv


If your hooking it directly to the tv depending on how old the tv is use one of the inputs. Hook the two red and white to red and white and the yellow to the video in input. If it's an older tv you will need whats called an rhf adapter. Hook your color codes together and use a cable cord to go from the antenna out to the tv's uhf input. I hope this information was helpful........... : )

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How to hook up nintendo 64?


take the cable in the vcr out and put the nintendo piece in and at the back of the purple box on the nintendo cable cord should be an extra link where you fix the tv cable on.

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New, second hand Nintendo 64


claudia,

Not sure what you're actually connecting. First, if you have a switch unit, the antenna or your regular cable go into one side and the game in the other...it connects to the TV. If that's not what's going on...you've got to fix that up. Your local electronics store or Radio Shack can help with the right one. Most units use channels 2, 3 or 4 as set on the tv...not a cable box. There may be a small switch with some of those numbers located on the bottom of the unit so that you can switch to a channel not used for broadcast in your area.

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