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Nintendo 64 Gameshark boots up with 1 game

I just bought a Nintendo 64 Gameshark Pro V 3.2 I cannot get it to work with Perfect Dark. The only game I can get it to boot up with is "007 The World is not enough." PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help

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    Burns Milheron Jun 11, 2008


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    Burns Milheron Jun 15, 2008

    I saw that vid on youtube and I got a new Gameshark. I have been looking for PD's Zelda keycode.

  • Anonymous Jun 25, 2008

    I bought a Gameshark vr 3.30 off of Ebay and after a while it didn't work no mater how many times I tried turning it on. I still have it now it's just that I have been searching week after week on the Internet and I can find a single bit of help.I took good care of it.All I did was I put the game tightly in the Gameshark,I inserted the Gameshark in the N64, I turned on the power and it didn't work at all.Not even a change of color on the screen.PLEASE TRY TO HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • rayboy454545 Oct 10, 2008

    I recently purchased a gameshark version 3.3 off of ebay. At first I thought that it was not working, but after putting in a game called Space Invaders that I've probably played like twice, it works perfectly. I think it has something to do with the game being used alot. any advice email me.

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  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2009

    I can't find out how to upgrade gameshark for n64 manually. HELP!


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After you load up 007 you must go to key codes to select your game. Then you turn it off and put that game in. It wont start again if you put the wrong game in so dont screw up. Then you can select cheat codes.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

Perfect dark probly uses a keycode

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Clean the game connection bit with an earbud and acetone

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