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1 lug it in
you should have a plug wire that goes to the outlet
the other end plugs into the ac port on the back
then the three colored wires correspond to the the colored jacks on the back of your tv
the flat end of that wire goes in the flat hole of the ps2 in back
set your tv to whatever input you plugged you ps2 in
tada that simple
bend the cable and have a game playing so that you know when you hit a dead spot.mark the spot that is makeing it pause.go about 3cm above and below it.take a pair of scissors and cut at the points.strip the wires and twist them together.color goes with each other color green goes with green red goes with red.i used hot glue to keep them from falling apart.just have a little come out of the nozzle then stick the wire in the nozzle.rap it in electrical tape and test it out again for bad spots.if you want to you can take a old camera usb cable and strip both ends ad attach it to the xbox controller to make a xtended cable.if you make the extender cable don't worry about the yellow wire just leabe it out///trust me this works for i have did the usb mod to my xbox and cut of the original connector and put a regular usb on the end.i now use the controller to play halo on my comp. if you got any questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check the AV wires. I've pulled a mistake before where I plugged the Video wire into one port (say AV2) and the audio into (say AV3). Drove myself nuts trying to figure out what was happening (video but no audio on AV2, and audio but no video on AV3). Eventually I fixed it and it worked.
Make sure the wires are in the right AV ports. If that's not the problem, then it's probably an issue with the TV. If that's the case, hook up a GameCube or a similar console (provided you have one) in the same ports as the PS2. If it does the same thing as the PS2, then it's probably the TV's fault. If it works fine it's most likely the PS2's fault.
You can do both. With internet you can download Nintendo 64 games on the wii shop channel. For game cube games enter the controller in slot one, enter the game and it's like you don't have a wii!
Note: due to the fact the the wii remote does not have enough buttons ALL N-64 games need a gamecube controller or a classical controller. Game Cube games are not compatible with classical controllers.
I do not think i fully understand your problem, do you have a game boy, the hand held system? or larger Gamecube? If it is the small game boy, You do not hook it to your system. there is an adapter that fits in the Super Nintendo System that will hold and Play game boy games. It is called Super BOY.
If it is game cube and has a/v audio/video plug ends, you need a converter from Radio shack that converts those 3 colored wires to the same cable the you use for your cable input to the tv.