Question about Nintendo 64 Console
Why does my n64 have a green screen on the tv when I switch it on .Its not the game or leads as I have tried a different set and the problem is still there
Well a green or a grey screen means that there is something wrong with the power supply piece inside of the console that the ac adapter plugs into for the console to work. So I'm going to have to agree with Jill on this then. You could get the power supply piece replaced or fixed by someone that can fix theese old consoles.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: N64 Games Show Green-Grey Screen
Having a green/grey screen shows there is signs of life. I believe the power supply that's the problem. In my recent experience the following solution has helped me:
1.) Wiggle the power supply left & right two times. Now try and see if the Nintendo 64 works.
2.) If not, then disconnect and reconnect the power supply and wiggle the power supply left & right twice. Again, try and see if it works.
I hope it works for you!
Posted on May 11, 2009
SOURCE: Crackling sound on PS3
the laser is starting to wear out. it cant reda the audio fast enuf to keep up with the visual side of the game resulting in crackling momentary hissing or cutting out of music
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
In order to play a different region game on a different region TV (example playing a PAL game on a NTSC tv) your tv needs to be automatic enabled. Some tv's have an option on the remote to change the input signal to PAL NTSC or SECAM. If your tv does not have that then there is literally nothing you can do apart from get a different tv with this feature.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
It may be that,
You have it on the wrong channel.I personally have had trouble with this.Usually on most modern televisions there is AV 1 2 3 4 and 5,CVI,and HDMI 1 2 and 3.Try each of these channels.
You don't have the cords lined up.The three cords(in the order of Yellow White Red) must be lined up straight up and down.Otherwise the sound will be on one channel while the picture will be on the other.
Thats all I can think of,I hope it helped.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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