The_Dude1212 wrote:Just bought Mario Party 1 for $20 at the flea market. Considering another stall was selling it for $45, thought I got myself quite the deal.
I notice after I left the connectors are rather dirty, but I got home and plugged it in anyways. Nothing doing. Grabbed some 95% Isopropyl alcohol and Q-tips, swabbed the HECK out of them, made them as clean as a whistle.
Still nothing doing.
Anything else to suggest? I do sort of know the guy, and he might take it back off me...at the same time, realistically I think I learned the hard way to test your used N64 games before you buy them.
Koopzilla wrote:You need a special set of screwdrivers for this though. It could also just be broken.
hellfire888 wrote:Koopzilla wrote:You need a special set of screwdrivers for this though. It could also just be broken.
is it the triwing screwdriver? never had to take one apart, so i've never known what kind it is.. i think you can get those on ebay for a couple bucks if i'm not mistaken.
chris_the_wing wrote:even an old copy of Super Mario Kart that had highly corroded connectors & a spider hiding inside of it worked after I hit it with some sandpaper.
CrispyGoomba wrote:Have any of y'all ever made a mistake or stupid move like this?
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