Today I bought a N64 Game Pak for the N64 console. I tried fitting it when I took off the plastic cover but there was a sticker under the plastic cover saying "do not remove this sticker". I removed it anyway and there's the memory block under the sticker. I need to remove it and swap it with the Game Pak but it's really hard to pull out. Does anyone know how to insert the Game Pak???
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Re: N64 game Pak
It's not too hard, remove the "Do not remove" sticker first. Then take a flat head screwdriver and put it in the notch where the cover clicked in on the top and just pop it out. Here is a guide with pictures (although they have the official tool, a screw driver works just fine.)
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I will refer you to a page on Wikipedia that explains it -- but the simple explanation is that the Nintendo 64 Expansion Pack increases the RAM on the N64 from 4MB to 8MB. There were a few games with improved graphics and game play that REQUIRED the expansion pack.
Yes you can remove the Expansion Pak from one N64 and put it into another. However, your N64 will NOT work without either the Expansion Pak or the Jumper Pak in that slot. The original memory card that came in there was called the Jumper Pak which was 4MB. The Expansion Pak was 8MB.
Plug an N64 controller into the "Player 1" port on the Nintendo 64.
Place the N64 Controller Pack into the memory card slot on the Nintendo 64 controller.
Insert a Nintendo 64 game into the cartridge slot on the N64.
Hold down "Start" on the N64 controller.
Turn the Nintendo 64 on via the "Power" switch on the device. After the console loads, the Controller Pack menu will appear on the screen.
Release the "Start" button on the N64 controller.
Browse through the saves listed, using the N64 controller's directional pad.
Highlight the game you want to erase.
Select the "Delete" option. The pages that were occupied by the game save will be erased from the Controller Pack.
Repeat Steps 7 though 9 until you're finished erasing pages on the Controller Pak. Restart the N64 if you wish to play the game that was inserted into the device, or turn the Nintendo 64 off if you are done using the console.
You dont actually save it to the gamepak (n64 memory card) it gets saved to the n64 cartridge via a transfer pack that plugs into where the memory goes into the controller then you can import your save with pokemon stadium into the n64 gamepack.
The battery inside the game pak has died, thus, it can no longer hold a save. Buy a special screwdriver for n64 Game Paks. Unscrew the casing, then find the battery inside the Pak. Take it (the battery) to any store that sells watches, then ask for a replacement for that battery. Plug the batery (+ side facing you) in the Pak, then screw it back together.
If your husband plugged it in without turning it off, the jumper pak, or the control deck itself is more than likely fried. Check and see if the control deck will work with the memory pak, instead of the jumper pak inside it. If not, the control deck is fried, and you'll need to buy another N64.
The Jumper Pack (JP) is a bypass for the expansion cartridge. You were supposed to turn off the equipment remove the JP and then use the expansion cartridge.
Your N64 Ram it's probably gone for good. Is either replace the RAM, which is hard to find or replace the N64. Sorry for that....