In the mid-80s, the Nintendo Entertainment System was released, and it not only revitalized, but also revolutionized the video game industry. With games such as Super Mario Bros., Legend of Zelda, and Metroid, the NES went on to become the best-selling gaming console of its time. Even though the console is several decades old, it is immortalized in the world of gaming and will forever be known as the standard for gaming consoles. As if that isn't enough, Instructables user fungus amungus has ...
Do you have a broken NES system lying around somewhere at your house? This video shows you how to fix it yourself with very few tools required.
If your old Nintendo game cartridges have been sitting around collecting dust, then check out this video for an explanation on how to clean them using Windex and some other household materials.
This is a HouseholdHacker mod teaching you how to mod your old Nintendo controller to work with your PC computer games. Today we'll show you how to convert your old Nintendo controller into a retro gaming icon on your computer desk!
No more q-tips! No more alcohol! No more blowing in your cart! Did you know alcohol actually damages the carts? This is a much more effective, safe and long term way to restore the connection.
This video shows how to remove a rental sticker from a Nintendo NES game cartridge! All you need is: 1) Goo-Gone or De-Solv-It 2) 1 cotton ball 3) A smidgen of patience
The board does not always look like this: occasionally the nearby capacitors aren't present. Also, Pin 4 is the 4th pin from the L on the bottom. This is the side closest to where the cartridge loads, also, the writing on the chip should be right-side up. Please note this is a console, not a game cartridge.
This is a DIY cleaning video for NES Nintendo game cartridges. Using Brasso and alcohol seems to work to clean the connectors in the cartridges. It seems Brasso will turn black even if the connectors are clean. Base the results on the cleanliness of your connectors rather than the cleanliness of the rag. Games go from broken to working. Don't use a brillo or scour pad as it may strip the metal pins in the connector.
Clean a Nintendo NES game console and recondition the connector for great retro gaming. You need a 72 pin connector, brasso polish, rubbing alcohol and a flathead screwdriver. This is a great restoration video for Nintendo game consoles or NES (Nintendo Entertainment Systems).
This is a short instructional video on how to clean your NES games. The ever famous flashing blue screen and the blow to the game cartridge doesn't always work! Conventiently clean your NES games with Windex or glass cleaner and Q Tips. Swab the game cartridges and the console.
Watch this how to video to learn to fix you old school Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). This quick fix will have you playing Zelda and Mario in no time.
Remember the good old days before “aerobic gaming,” when you could just sit on your butt and wiggle your thumbs?
Game|Life's Chris Kohler and his brother Dan show you how to use eBay and a screwdriver to fix your broken NES.