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When i turn on my N64 it plays for a while then automatically resets

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Well its because the system is going bad and yous hould buy a new one then its cheaper to buy a new one than to fix the old onWell you know on how computers will re set them selves when they have an error in the software
so put it this way a N64 internal parts are like a computers pieces but a simple software so when it resets its self it acts like its going to repair its self but this is inpossible so it will just keep on redoing then. error in the software then.
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