Mi super nintendo ha s problems reading some games, or better the new games, like Donkey Kong Country but limited to some cardriges.IE reads DKcountry of a my friend but doesn't read DKCountry of my cousin(always PAL).
Then another problem is in jmy copy of zelda ALTTP. In my console the game works only sometimes and then re-workds only after months, with the saving erased.
The saves are missing because the cartridges internal battery has died. The Ram that's in it to hold saved games cannot hold anything without some power.
Some cartridges won't read if the contacts have some dirt on it or something... The blowing thing is not a good thing to do and eventually hurts the cartridge more then it helps. Rubbing alcohol and q-tips cleans the contacts the best in my opinion. You can use the rubbing alcohol and q-tips to clean the contacts inside the system also.
Hope you can get these old classics working like they should be! Good luck.
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I'd say it sounds like an issue with either the controller or the port on the system. My advice to you would be to try a different controller, and try switching ports on the console. The games should be fine, though.
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Is your DSi and Donkey Kong both from the same region? If your system is not from North America but the game is, then Donkey Kong will not work . I know that almost all the other games are region free, but for some reason Donkey Kong does not seem to be that way system. I have an Australian DSi and this is the one game that I cannot get to work, tried multiple copies.
Well it might just be the fact that its an old console and those games are out of date same thing happens to me i wouldn't worry about it too much try cleaning the gamepacks out with qutips and rubbing alcohal then.
The 2nd Player controller port just might be shot. That or the part of the main board that deals with the 2nd controller. My suggestion is purchasing another controller board (the main board and controller board are separate and easily removable pieces) and switching them out. If the problem persists then the SNES's main board probably has an issue.