Question about Nintendo 64 Console
Mine does that sometimes.I got it on Ebay for just a few dollars. I think it does that when there isn't a good connection between the game/gameshark/N64. I always use the "hot breath" method - breathe on the slots of both the gameshark and game, as if you were trying to warm up your hands in wintertime, or fog up a mirror. It might take a couple of tries, but it usually works.
If that fails, try cleaning the slots of the gameshark and game with a Q-tip - there can be a lot of corrosion on the copper connections - but don't use any kind of cleaning agent, just rub at it. The Q-tip will probably end up being gray or black. Then try it again.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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