Alright! I got my supergun started!
A special thank you to remowilliams for providing the TMNT board. ^_^
There's the connector itself. Here comes the board!
Now, how to give it power... well my weapon of choice is... a Pentium 4 power supply! You can use one of these by doing the following: Ground the green wire, so when you plug it in, it thinks that the power supply is on. When you turn on your computer, it connects these two pins, turns on the power supply, computer
Same thing, but for the NES. Enjoy!
The NES is one of the most successful systems to exist. Unfortunately, Nintendo didn't plan to have people still play the NES for this long. I'm here to tell you how to clean the games, get rid of that dreaded blinking screen, and how to clean your controller on the inside so it has the perfect response that it used to have.
You dusted off your NES, hooked it up, ready to play Contra, turn it on, and you get the dreaded blinking red/blue/gree
People have wanted it, I am finally posting it. I made a huge guide on how to repair and refurbish your Atari 2600. So, finally, I'm copy/pasting the post, onto here. Enjoy!
Believe it or not, this beast of a console, very rarely, dies. Its like the annoying brother you kick in the pants, and he still comes back. Anyways, here's some notes to keep your console looking fresh, clean, and working perfect. Don't forget, you need to use either the rf box that comes with the atari
As I am moving back to PA very soon (and bringing back the composite audio/video mod service), I don't have much more time to work on projects before I leave. I attempted the mod before, but this time, I'm successful.
I'd like to credit Ben Heckendorn for his fantastic turning a Atari into a portable FAQ, as this guided me in the right direction.
First I took a 4 switch, cut it into a 4" square.
From there, I got a 4 pin molex to 3 pin fan adapter, cut the wires.