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I don't think so. The Gamecube disk tray is specialized for Gamecube discs, which are pretty small compared to regular game discs. Also, the Nintendo Gamecube graphics are modeled by ATI. Maybe some hardcore modding to your Gamecube, and it could work, but I have no idea for sure. Im not sure anyone had ever accomplished this, so honestly, you're going to know what you're doing to accomplish this. I know I wouldn't.
Odds are there was a power grid surge (especially given the fact that your son's is dead as well. Typically replacing the Ac adapter (power cord) will fix the problem, the ac adapter is designed to take the blow in the event of a power surge.
since it's obvious your son has broken it... i suggest for his birthday upgrading to the Nintendo Wii...
simply ask him how he feels about this to gather a group feeling about the situation.. check with the spouse, if any, in regards to this matter also!
If there is a game stuck inside the system, nintendo will want to have it come in for repair so they can safely remove it and get it back to you, if youve had it with in a year they should do the fix for free. Give them a call and see what they have to offer.
The Intec Gamecube screen requires both a 12 volt DC input and the AV input. The larger connection is the AV cable which plugs into the back of the Gamecube console. The smaller round cable is the 12 volt DC input cable that goes to the power source for your screen. The solution is to either get the original splitter cable that splits the DC power to the screen and the Gamecube, or use separate 12 v DC inputs for each device. These original Intec splitter cables are rare and are not cheap, and the only place I have found them for sale is at the NES Repair Shop:
easy... depends. they have propriety screws, which take a special custom made screw driver to open. but after that, you're home free.
You can find a tutorial on taking a gamecube apart in the following link - http://www.n-sider.com/articleview.php?articleid=197