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Zelda minish cap won't load. Put in game shark, turned on the game and the screen is blank. Took out the gameshark, put the game in by itself and screen is still blank.

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I put my gameshark in and the only thing that happens when I turn it on is the little 8 pops up on the gameshark itself and stays there... the tv stays blue...if I take th game shark out and just put my...


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use an Isopropyl alcohol put it on a cotton buds then clean the underside of the cartridge then let it drive for 5 minutes. here's the pic i have put an arrow on it.
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Sep 01, 2010 | Nintendo GameShark Pro for 64

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It says 8 and the screen is black


put in one of the good games and go to keycodes and selct zelda. Turn off the n64 and put the game you want to use in the gameshark then turn it on and it should work

Aug 28, 2009 | Nintendo GameShark Pro for 64

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My gameshark 3.2 pro wont work for the only game i wanted it to. i try majoras mask but the screen just stays black why


i had the same problem and i fixed it. simply load a game that does work with your gameshark, scroll down to key codes and scroll down to zelda. it will prompt you if your sure you have the game, say yes. shut off the n64 put in zelda and voila. it works. hope this helps.

Aug 28, 2009 | Nintendo 64 Console

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GOD GARNED N64 GAMESHARK!


The original GameShark for the N64 only works on certain games. During the N64 era, game creators would often include code on the game itself that prevented the use of a GameShark. It is possible that you can find a newer version of the GameShark that would work with this so called "blocked" games, but it might be difficult.

I'm assuming that this is the GameShark Pro for the N64. If so, the button is used to find and create your own cheats, such as infinite life, infinite ammo, etc...

To use this feature, start the game, say a first person shooter, and load into a level and when you are ready to begin playing, press the button. The GameShark screen will show up and you can say "search for code" or "search for changes" something like that and the game shark will run a diagnostic that it shows on the screen. A number will appear noting the number of lines of code executed since the game loaded. When it is finished, press the button again and it will return you to the game exactly as you left it. If you are trying to get infinite ammo, simply shoot once and press the gameshark button again to search for codes again. When it is finished, the number it shows will be much smaller, since much less lines of code have executed since the last run. Press the gameshark button again to return to the game and continue the process until you have only a few, say 5 or less, or even just one code left on the gameshark diagnostic. This code will be the one that dictates the amount of ammo that you have. By altering this code with the gameshark, you can either start with an extremely high amount of ammo, or have infinite ammo entirely. The key to this strategy is to do as little as possible between code searches so that you can quickly narrow down on the code that you trying to alter. Hope this helps.

Aug 05, 2009 | Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games

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I got a gameshark version 2.2 and i put in codes


Sounds like the game shark died, sorry for your loss

Jul 08, 2009 | Nintendo 64 Console

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Dont kno how to save game


To save you should be able to press start and go down to the save button on the bottom of the items menu.
Press L or R to scroll to other menus if you aren't already at the items menu.

If you are unable to save, it may be due to the battery within the game having run dry.
This is a common issue with cartridge based video games like Game Boy Advance ones.
However for you, this may not be the case.

It's known to be a really great game. Have fun.

Apr 20, 2009 | Nintendo The Legend of Zelda: The Minish...

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Cannot save


This a problim that cannot be solved as the cartradges may be fake or the memory has been damadged inside the cartradge.

Apr 12, 2009 | Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games

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My gameshark pro 3.3 will only work for one game help!!!!!!


well first i have some problem that i don't have the game i need for the key code i used for my game shark pro so i cant make it go on and u need the Zelda key code in order to play Zelda or mario game use either the other two key codes ok now i might need some help too!

Feb 02, 2009 | Nintendo 64 Console

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