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N64 + A High def TV

I have my Nintendo 64 plugged into a High Def television and when I turn on the system the screen slides up repeatedly but the game still plays.....can anyone help with this problem??

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Double check all the connections. Make sure the cables are plugged into the TV's jacks completely (when I first plugged my N64 into my new HDTV, I had to use some force to ensure the cables were in all the way). Maybe swab down the N64's AV port with isopropyl alcohol or glass cleaner using a Q-tip to ensure a good connection.

Be sure that your HDTV isn't trying to do any odd scaling with the N64's image output.

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Yes. Consult your Nintendo 64 manual or your tv manual for more details.

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