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I really don't want to be a spoilsport but you may have gotten a counterfeit.
I have a soft-modded Wii and I want to figure out the best way to transfer saves from an SD card to a GameCube memory card. I heard of GameCube...
There are tabs that I can press down so I think I can take them off. I know I can take apart the hub in the middle with a Phillips head screwdriver.
The plastic thingy on the left is clearly yellower than the thingy on the right and there's a part on the daisy chain hub where it hasn't...
I circled the part that I'm talking about:
I noticed this thing appear on my GameCube disc when I tried cleaning it (to the right):
What is it? It doesn't affect readability.
If so, how is it? Is it any good? I can't find any reviews for it, and the reviews that come up are for the Pro Mini version.
I made my own CAD for a homemade arcade stick that my brother was working on. I had it printed at the library.
I just want to print small things.
I'm thinking about asking for a 3D printer for Christmas. Not an expensive one, just one in the $300 range. Is it worth having one?
I'm not surprised. Our internet isn't nearly fast enough to stream a video game down a wire with no input lag. If that wasn't enough, the fact...
Why did Sony scrap iLink on later PS2 models (besides the obvious reason of the network adapter hitting the market)? Did nobody use it? Did...
Again, I have no space in my room for a CRT. I still have my old one but I have nowhere to put it. I'll just get a RetroTink. Thanks.
Does it stretch the video though? I hear that's a problem with some of these.
What about S-Video to HDMI?
The N64 doesn't support Component without modding. Any good S-Video to Component boxes?
Composite looks like ass on my TV and I don't want to mod my N64.
Oh yeah I forgot to mention that. It's an RCA 32LB45RQ LCD 1080p HDTV with Composite, Component, VGA, and HDMI inputs.
I want to buy an S-Video cable for my Nintendo 64. The problem is that my TV has no S-Video ports. Is there an easy and inexpensive way to plug...