My Nintendo 64 turns on, but there's no picture.
I have an old PAL Nintendo 64 that I wanted to play the other day. Unfortunately, it wouldn't work. The machine itself turns on and the red light lights up as usual, but I can't get any picture on the screen.
I've tried different cables including an old SNES cable (that worked some years ago) and a GameCube s-video cable.
I have a fairly new TV, but I'm certain I've configured it correctly. My SNES works just fine on it.
Any help would be appreciated!
It works! I've tried:
- Removing the Expansion Pack (original) and putting it back in.
- To blow on the cartridge and on the machine (not recommended).
- Different games.
- Different AV cables (that work on my SNES).
- Cleaning the connectors on a cartridge with both dry Q-tips and with isopropyl alcohol.
When I started the machine I didn't see or hear anything. The screen didn't even flicker. I retried the steps some time later and magically it worked. I've listed all the solutions I've tried, as I don't know which one solved my problem.
Thanks for all the help!
Ist dies eine gute Frage?
Kinda wished I hadnt of smashed mine now D:
I have a similar problem actually. I turn mine on and the screen either stays black or it gradually fades to a shade of green. (Similar to link's hat in ocarina of time which is ironic cause that's the first game I tried to play when I noticed this problem after getting my system out of storage. Do you think its humidity? East coast summers are humid but it was in one of those mass storage units.)
von William Hellmann
mine had the same problem as moppskaft but the expansion pack resolved my problem
von Matthew Gilbert
I have a problem sorta like this but the picture won't appear when I have a gameshark and game in my system
von Garrett Holloway
What an Expansion pack?
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