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An Error has occurred: If you are getting the specific message, "An error has occurred. Turn the Power Off and check the Nintendo GameCube Instruction Booklet for further instructions." This means there may be an internal problem with the system.
On these newer pumps, the plastic piston comes apart, and to fix it a new part is in order. Without looking at it, I think that is what might have happened. Bicycle pumps are almost throw-away items these days. In the old days you could buy all sorts of pump parts, but not anymore. Good luck
If you are getting the specific message, "An error has occurred. Turn the Power Off and check the Nintendo GameCube Instruction Booklet for further instructions." This means there may be an internal problem with the system.
Odd that would happen. Must have been a really hard crash on the ground. Usually the Gamecube can handle more of a beating. Though I'd expect the disc drive to go out for the controllers would.
All I can think of is that the controller ports where knocked out somehow. Perhaps even just the cord that connects the ports to the rest of the system was knocked loose.
The only solution I can give is to open the Gamecube and see if you or someone can reinsert the wires or resolder them.
I don't think it could be anything worse than something being forced out of place like that.
Could also be a severed wire if a piece bashed into it somehow. Though desoldering the old wire(s) and soldering a new one is sometimes easy enough.
If all else fails you can also find a replacement part. These can be a little pricey depending on the site and hard to find so make sure search around a good lot.
Oh and as for opening the console itself, well, it requires semi-special tools. Some security screw screw driver sets have the right shape needed or one close enough. You can also find screw drivers sold as "gamecube repair screw driver" at times as well and can be rather cheap to buy. They seem impossible to get but they are out there and ya never know when you just happen to have one that'll work.
I hope this helps out some. Good luck with the repairs.
Make sure its in the right way (image facing up) then close the lid and press power button it should load the game up automatically (dont hold a after switching on the gamecube. if it persists take out the disc wipe it again blow on the gamecube to remove and dust then try switching on the gamecube without the disc it should show the menu, press up and there should be a question mark, insert disc, there it should show the game, press 'A' to confirm, then press start if it persists it is recommended you get it checked out because it could be the case that the disc is badly written like my lego starwars 3 on one of the levels it goes wierd and it spoils it really (i think there is a problem with all starwars games personally). Anyway Hope i helped as much as i could.
did you check the back of all your discs for scratches thats the problem or gamcubes broken down if you try a new game and it does the exact same thing send your gamecube to nintendo for repair hope this helps.