Question about Nintendo 64 Console
My husband purchased a third party RAM expansion for his N64; after installing it, the system no longer works. He's tried everything he can think of to fix it (new cables, etc.) but nothing works. Can anyone offer any suggestions as to what went wrong and how he might fix it? PLEASE, NO SNIDE COMMENTS ABOUT THE THIRD PARTY RAM EXPANSION - he is already afraid that's the problem and feels bad enough as it is after a few remarks from his brother. If you think that's the cause, that's fine, but there's no need for snide remarks. As it stands, he's considering purchasing another N64 and replacing the guts of the old one (reason being the case of the old N64 is the rarer, see-through "smoke" color).
I thank you all in advance.
Dear space cowgirl,
i believe that i had the same problem and if that is true than that means you put the expansion pak in wrong and it is off center, i thought that i got ripped off because i bought it from a company i had never heard of before called yobo gameware that manufactured the pak itself. Try putting the expansion pak in to make it center and it just might work
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Space cow girl, how was c13295 bad?
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
The ram expansion was probably it. I think he should just buy a new one and change the cases.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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