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|Nintendo help needed|
|Topic Started: Mar 21 2011, 10:21 PM (102 Views)|
|Diedre Kowalchuk||Mar 21 2011, 10:21 PM Post #1|
I was helping my brother move into his new house the other week. We were looking through the attic and came across all sorts of odd things that the previous people had left - including a box of about 20 porn videos!
There was also a bag which had a Nintendo games console and a few games in it. Having got through the videos , I thought Id see if I could set up the Nintendo. I used to have an Atari back in the 80s but Ive never used a Nintendo before.
Anyway, I'm having trouble getting it to work. There's a red light at the front which flashes all the time - should this be a steady light or is this normal? I've plugged the aerial into the back of the TV, but I still just get a black screen. I'm not sure if its a question of tuning it into the correct channel, or if theres a problem with the console. I've tried putting different games cartridges into it. Any help anyone??
R4 3DS card
Edited by Diedre Kowalchuk, Mar 21 2011, 10:26 PM.
|CourageWisdomPower||Mar 24 2011, 04:37 PM Post #2|
Sorry, but did you happen to mention which Nintendo console you are talking about in your post? Is it a NES, SNES, or N64? Well, whatever it is, I'm pretty sure that the red light on the front of the system should not flash but stay still. Also, make sure that the system is turned off when you insert the cartridge and then proceed to turn it on after the game is in. If you're seeing static or blackness on the screen, it could be one of three issues: 1) The system is broken, 2) The cartridge is broken, or 3) Your television is on the wrong channel for gaming.
If you can't manage to solve the problem, you could possibly take the system and games in to your local GameStop or electronics store and ask someone to take a look at it for you. Good luck.
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