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Dead... system? I booted up my N64 a year back after loaning out my games. I was playing Castlevania, and as I was fighting the boss at the fallaway bridge.. he sunk though the bridge, and the screen went black? It continues to be this way, no matter what game I use. What can I do to fix this?

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  • FishySixty4 Aug 09, 2008

    I went over the games, it seems a lot of dirt had built up and disturbed the games from reading correctly. After cleaning them, it seems to work great. However, there is no denying that I need to replace it.

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Well the part that shows the graphics on the tv screen for the console is starting to wear out then and time to buy a new one.

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Old system, the graphics chip is dying.

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