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N64 Expansion Pack Pak Use

How do I retrieve data from N64 Expansion Pack Pak?

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Im not sure but i know that on my zelda games it just pulls it when it needs it

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Can i delete data from a n64 memory expansion pack? I need to delete data on it because i want to use cheat coades on my starwars shadowes of the empire. i know how to use cheats but when i used the...


If you asking if you can delete information off of a N64 Expansion Pak, the answer for that is no. The Expansion pack is literally ROM (read only memory) data, and is like an expansion pack for WOW, or Microsoft Flight Simulator, you can install the expansion, but it's not something you can pick and choose what you install, its either all or none.

Now you CAN delete information off of the N64 Memory Pak, which is the memory card that gets inserted into the controller. Here is a link that will tell you how to do this step by step.

http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/nintendo64/trouble_accessory.jsp#expansionpak

Sep 04, 2011 | Nintendo 64 Console

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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.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_64_accessories#Expansion_Pak

Jun 16, 2011 | Nintendo 64 Console

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Hey, I got my N64 Expansion Pak in the mail yesterday, today I removed my jumper pack ad replaced it with the expansion pak. For some reason now none of my games will play, there is only an orangish...


Did you buy a bootleg or OEM expansion pack? Use a butter knife to pop it out, the system will play normal when you put the original back in or get a OEM expansion pack.

Feb 24, 2011 | Video Game Consoles

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My console wont work and when it did it had an error sign. Something about needing a pak. What do I need and how do I get one?


your looking for the "expansion pack" its needed to play the games on the n64, it is located on top of the n64 towards he front of the console. that little door/flap between the power and reset button. get one online for cheap. like ebay or something. keep in mind there are 2 different kind of expansion packs on is black. it is the standard one. one is red on top, that one is better and will play all n64 games like donkey kong 64 and zelda ocarina of time

Dec 02, 2010 | Nintendo 64 Console

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N64 and expansion pak whoas!


If your husband plugged it in without turning it off, the jumper pak, or the control deck itself is more than likely fried. Check and see if the control deck will work with the memory pak, instead of the jumper pak inside it. If not, the control deck is fried, and you'll need to buy another N64.

Nov 05, 2008 | Nintendo 64 Console

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N64 expansion pak


are you using a third party expansion pak? if not take it out of the system for a bit, is there anything inside the expansion bay?

Jun 18, 2008 | Nintendo 64 Console

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My n64 red screen


I had the same problem with my NES only my screen was Pink. I just get a very light damp cu tip and cleaned the trids on the cardriges or the expansion pack, maybe have dust in the insertion where the trids fit in, or on the trids. you could also blow air into the insertion port.

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Expansion Pak


Bad pack, if you have re-seated it, the pack sounds like it has gone bad

Oct 18, 2007 | Nintendo 64 Console

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Nintendo 64 expansion pak


Barb3: The Jumper Pack (JP) is a bypass for the expansion cartridge. You were supposed to turn off the equipment remove the JP and then use the expansion cartridge. Your N64 Ram it's probably gone for good. Is either replace the RAM, which is hard to find or replace the N64. Sorry for that.... SithPitt

Jul 03, 2007 | Nintendo 64 Console

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