Question about Nintendo GameShark Pro for 64
Try it with different games most of the time certain games will fix it. You may have to open it up for a good cleaning. You can really scrub the contacts if you've got the board out. You can also look for damage to the board when its out. I believe that most, if not all Game Sharks have surface mount components, so you'll have to be very precise with the soldering if you need to fix something.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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