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Inserted Ram Expansion Nintendo 64

I inserted the Ram Expansion into Nintendo 64 to play Donkey Kong 64, all I got was a blue screen. I turned everything off again and removed the ram expansion and reinserted the jumper pak which was in place before Ram expansion. Everything worked fine until this was done. Still nothing but a blue screen. I had used the ram expansion memory pak before and never had any problems until now.
Is there anything else I can do before I trash it?

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  • ats103 Jul 15, 2008

    well in my case i have this problem but now both are blue screens im going nuts.

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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.

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