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Several games awaiting,but unable to convert to the bigger screen
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try reinstalling the game. try to reduce the settings for the game in display options of the game, like trilinear filters, buffers , etc,etc... also check wether you have the updated version of direct x and check for your graphics or video card compatibility...
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Posted on Mar 28, 2008
There might be something (dirt or dust) blocking up the ds card slot. So try blowing on the card and in the game slot.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
That's Easy. There's A master code you have to enter for the Game in your Action Replay. Go to Pokemon Platinum on The Games List of Your Action Replay. Then Click the Edit Button, But DO NOT change the Name. Just Click Next. Next It will Ask You to Enter New Game Id. Enter This Code: CPUE-3811DEF6 Then Click Next. Now you Should be Able to use your Action Replay for Pokemon Platinum. Enjoy.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
I'm assuming this game cabinet was built in the 80's. More than likely, the monitor is an Electrohome GO-7. If this is the case, replace capacitor C511 on the monitor board. It has baked open due to old age. Usually, capacitor kits can be purchased for around 10 bucks, so you might want to replace all the caps on the board at ths time. Worst case scenario would be that the Flyback transformer has smoked (usually you'll see a crack on the side of the transformer), causing the horizontal output transistor to cook and also the smaller of the two pigtail fuses to blow. In this case, you would have to replace the Flyback transformer, the horizontal output transistor, and the small pigtail fuse associated with it. Remember to always discharge the second anode( the suction cup thingy on the side of the tube). It will hold a substantial charge on it. Also, if the small pigtail fuse is blown, you will need to discharge the large cap on the monitor board, or else it will knock you on your rear-end when you try to replace the blown fuse. Hopefully, you'll will only have to replace one cap. C511. If your game does not have an electrohome monitor, I can still help, if you provide the manufacturers info, such as Well Gardner model 7204, or something like that. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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