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Memory pak for nintendo 64

How can I clear my memory pak?

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Re: Memory pak for nintendo 64

I assume you are talking about the controller pak that plugs into the controller. Any game that uses a controller pak should have a pre-game menu with an option to delete or erase memory files. Just follow the on screen instructions.

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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SOURCE: we are trying to clear a memory control pak on

Not 100 percent sure but I believe if you hold down the start button on the controller when you turn it on, the memory card manager will show up.

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My Nintendo 64 Controller Pak is not working.

Well it might be an internal issue with the console then. Like the console might be confussed that would occur if you do not use offical Nintendo stuff more problems occur with unlicsened products.

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What does an expansion pack for the n64 do? what is its purpose? and are they interchangeable?

I will refer you to a page on Wikipedia that explains it -- but the simple explanation is that the Nintendo 64 Expansion Pack increases the RAM on the N64 from 4MB to 8MB. There were a few games with improved graphics and game play that REQUIRED the expansion pack.

Yes you can remove the Expansion Pak from one N64 and put it into another. However, your N64 will NOT work without either the Expansion Pak or the Jumper Pak in that slot. The original memory card that came in there was called the Jumper Pak which was 4MB. The Expansion Pak was 8MB.

Jun 16, 2011 | Nintendo 64 Console

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How do i take the jump pak out of the nintendo 64

First, make sure the console is unplugged (power wise). Pop open the memory expansion slot on the top of the console. If you have the jumper pack ejector tool, use it to pry the jumper pak up to a point where you can lift it out with your fingers. If you don't have this tool a flathead screw driver will work fine too. Make sure you place it or a memory expansion pak back in before you power it back up. The console won't run without one of those in there.

Nov 30, 2010 | Nintendo 64 Console

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How do you erase memory from the memory pak

  • Plug an N64 controller into the "Player 1" port on the Nintendo 64.
  • 2 Place the N64 Controller Pack into the memory card slot on the Nintendo 64 controller.
  • 3 Insert a Nintendo 64 game into the cartridge slot on the N64.
  • 4 Hold down "Start" on the N64 controller.
  • 5 Turn the Nintendo 64 on via the "Power" switch on the device. After the console loads, the Controller Pack menu will appear on the screen.
  • 6 Release the "Start" button on the N64 controller.
  • 7 Browse through the saves listed, using the N64 controller's directional pad.
  • 8 Highlight the game you want to erase.
  • 9 Select the "Delete" option. The pages that were occupied by the game save will be erased from the Controller Pack.
  • 10 Repeat Steps 7 though 9 until you're finished erasing pages on the Controller Pak. Restart the N64 if you wish to play the game that was inserted into the device, or turn the Nintendo 64 off if you are done using the console.

  • Read more: How to Erase Pages on an N64 Controller Pack '

    Nov 17, 2010 | Nintendo 64 Console

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    We are trying to clear a memory control pak on

    Not 100 percent sure but I believe if you hold down the start button on the controller when you turn it on, the memory card manager will show up.

    Sep 23, 2009 | Nintendo 64 Console

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    I want to delete all data from n64

    When you turn on the system with a game that uses the controller pak, hold start and you should get a memory card management screen. You can delete data from there.

    Apr 20, 2009 | Nintendo 64 Console

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    My nintendo light comes on but the screen stays blank

    Clean the control deck and the cartridges. Check the input cable to the TV.
    Hope this helped :)

    Oct 26, 2008 | Nintendo 64 Console

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    Transfer pack

    I believe he is talking about the memory card or the expansion pak.
    The Nintendo 64 has memory units that plug into the slot in the back of the controllers. This is used for saving game information. Here is a picture:
    There is also a memory unit upgrade called the Expansion Pak that some games took advantage of for slightly better graphics. See this listing at amazon by clicking HERE.
    Let me know if that helped.
    Take Care,

    Aug 28, 2008 | Nintendo 64 Console

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    Inserted Ram Expansion Nintendo 64

    I would just look at the bottom of the RAM and see if there isn't any dust, I get that problem with my NES and NES games only diffrence is it shows a pink screen instead of a blue screen. I clean the treads of the cartrages including the RAM with a very light damp cu tip. Hope that works out.

    May 14, 2008 | Nintendo 64 Console

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    Game does not play

    No lights come on?, try another power cord and make sure the memory pak is inserted correctly and has not come loose, the memory pak is actually ram, if it's not getting a good connection then nothing's gonna work

    May 10, 2007 | Nintendo 64 Console

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