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Well dust causes video game systems to over heat more faster than their current heAting rates. So try cleaning it out with compressed air and you will need a 4.5 mm bit tool to open it up and try playing with a fan blowing on it N 64 consoles are notorious for over heating problems and getting hot too fast.
Bring the console in to Gamestop or Rock30 Games and have them hook it up to their setup and see if it works. They buy sell and trade n64 games and will have a n64 system already set up at the store. Just switch your console and cables with theirs until you find out what is not working for you.
The memory card plugs into the back of the controller.. i believe. No you do not need a memory card to play games, but you want one if you want to save your progress in games. Without a memory card to save progress, you will have to start a game over everytime you want to play it.
I am sorry I don't know what the expansoin pack is.... maybe a memory card, or rumble pack.
Depends on what type of connections your television currently has. Most likely you will want to use an A/V selector to utilize the connections on your television. The best type of connection a Nintendo 64 has is S-video.
I am not an HDTV expert but I believe they are all backwards compatible so the fact it is HD should not be a problem. Have you tried a vcr or dvd player on the same hook ups? It is possible you are trying to use a video input that is already in use? I know on my TV I have the DVD hooked up with an S-video cable to "Video 2". Right next to the S-video hookup are the red, yellow, white RCA jacks. On my TV these can't be used when the S-video is in use so I have to have the games hooked up to the front panel "Video 3". I would disconnect everything and try hooking the N64 up in each input to see if you can find one that works.