Question about YOBO Fc Twin Console
When I insert a super nintendo cartidge, a message stateting that this machine doesnt have a copyright licence to play the game ,and the machine will not let you in. any suggestions?
Wow, I've never heard of that, but I guess its possible that Super Nintendo had the technology in the 90's to prevent people from using "generic" machines to play their games.
Its similar to how many VCRs have measures in them to prevent taping DVDs. If you connect a DVD player through a VCR it will distort the image to make it obnoxious to watch (to prevent people from copying the DVD to a tape and sell or steal). There are also measures on DVD's so that you can't copy them to a computer.
I don't think there are programs out there for super nintendos like there are for DVD's now, so I think you're out of luck. In order to play your games and get your money's worth in them, I would go on ebay and buy a Super Nintendo system.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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