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When I try to turn N64, the game won't pop up on the screen. I already cleaned the N64 and the game cartridge, but it won't show. The game is Golden Eye 007

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I had a similar issue to this. I blew on the game contacts and it went. Don't know if it will work for you, but hey you never know.

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I say your N64 is obsolete at this point. May I suggest playing N64 games on your PC. A rom is a game that is 'ripped' from a game cartridge or cd of a game console (usually a console generation earlier than the second latest.) An emulator is what you run the rom in. The emulator is what allows you to use your mouse, keyboard, etc. to play the game.
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It appears that your power supply is fine (you still get a power light) however your internal game board has a problem. I realize you said that you have eliminated all the other components (very smart process of elimination) so the only thing that has not been swapped is the console itself. I think you've already come to the conclusion that the N64 needs to be repaired, and you just need to hear it from someone else. Unfortunately, the console needs to be repaired. Again, you did a great job isolating the problem, so you've done all the hard work.

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Hi there, At a guess Id say the contacts on the Game Cartridge are dirty, you could try a couple of things:
  1. Blow on the contacts on the Cartridge and then push firmly into the N64 - Test game, if doesn't work move to next step
  2. Get some rubbing alcohol solution and a cotton bud and gently clean the contacts on the cartridge - Test game, if doesn't work move to next step
  3. Get some rubbing alcohol solution and a cotton bud and gently clean contacts in the N64 console cartridge slot - Test game
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Take a can of air and blow it into the cartridge slot on the N64. Then also whatever game you decide you want to play, take a q-tip and dip it into some water, then clean the contacts on both sides of the cartridge in a sweeping motion. That will remove the dirt thats on the contacts. Then take a dry q-tip and wipe off both sides of the contacts of the cartridge.

That should resolve it. If it doesn't, try a few more cartridges and clean them and at that point if the system still won't load the cartridges properly then the main board is bad and you would need a new system.

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You could try giving the contacts on the cartridge a clean with a cotton bud and non-solvent cleaner

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try blowing inside the cartridge then cutting the game off then on if that dosnt work the cartridge dosnt work anymore happened to me plenty of times

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Having a green/grey screen shows there is signs of life. I believe the power supply that's the problem. In my recent experience the following solution has helped me:

1.) Wiggle the power supply left & right two times. Now try and see if the Nintendo 64 works.

2.) If not, then disconnect and reconnect the power supply and wiggle the power supply left & right twice. Again, try and see if it works.

I hope it works for you!

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It seems like an issue with the cartridge slot (as in there's a bad connection somewhere, causing the connection with the cart to be lost, then restored, then lost... etc). Try giving it a good blast with a can of compressed air or possibly go over it with a Q-tip soaked in glass cleaner or 50% isopropyl alcohol.

It may also be an issue with the power cable. I have a similar problem with my Genesis resetting and turning off. It turned out to be caused by a faulty, loose, power cable. Try finding another power cable for your N64 and see if it makes adifference.

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