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About gohmc

  • Rank
    Combat Commando
  • Birthday 12/22/1981

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  • Custom Status
    Just Being Me LOL :)
  • Gender
  • Location
    Lacey, WA
  • Interests
    Video Games
    Vintage Radios
    Restoring Vintage Electronics & Game Consoles
    Modern and Vintage Computers,
  • Currently Playing
    ATARI 2600,
    ATARI 5200
    ATARI 7800
    Sega Genesis
    Sega Master System
    Nintendo 64
    DOS Games
    Mac Games
    Nintendo Wii
    Nintendo GameCube
    Super Nintendo
  • Playing Next
    Not Sure, I don't usually plan ahead what I am going to be playing it just at that moment select a system and games that I am going to be playing
  1. I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/q5W4QxgBw1 1980 Magnavox VCR Repair with 1979 Magnavox Color TV

  2. Played Doom (PC) and Wolfenstein 3D (PC) in the last 24 hours. http://t.co/nm5nceg4vu

  3. Played Doom (PC) and Wolfenstein 3D (PC) in the last 24 hours. http://raptr.com/gohmc?type=fb_sessiondigest

  4. I'm now ranked Hardcore (top 20%) in Wolfenstein 3D on Raptr! http://t.co/XJucIXDb7v

  5. Played Pac-Man (2600) and Lock 'n' Chase (2600) in the last 24 hours. http://raptr.com/gohmc?type=fb_sessiondigest

  6. I am working on an atari 2600 Jr and the console keeps resetting itself over and over again in a repaid succession like I was holding the reset button down but I don't even have the ribbon cable or anything plugged in for those functions at all.
  7. I was wondering if anyone knows what is wrong when I tried to reset my atari 2600 with the reset switch on my Atari 2600 Jr it doesn't work but when I open up the console and jump the corresponding pin on the 6532 RIOT Chip I am able to reset and do the game select functions but If I plug in the ribbon cable into the motherboard that goes to the reset and game select buttons It doesn't do anything. I tried bridging it with wire but not effect the only thing It does when I do that it just stays in a constant reset loop like what would happen if you just held down the reset button. Any suggestions or idea would be much appreciated Thanks
  8. I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/aihMxXRIMi Awful PC Games: Iceberg Explorer Review

  9. I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/9UPxHFlFAU Awful PC Games: Tarzan Guardian of Earth Review

  10. I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/HFxO3FasTV Awful PC Games: Back Alley Brawl Review

  11. I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/6dAd5DL5u9 "Super Mario Br....What the..?" NES

  12. Tonight is the 75th Anniversary of the Original Broadcast of the War of the Worlds on NBC in 1938 the broadcast that scared the country to death Happy Halloween everyone :)

  13. Yes they are and yes the previous was right they are easy to solder especially if you have good soldering skills. I had to replace the voltage regulator on my Atari 7800 Pro system and it took around 5 min to do the initial solder work and around another 5 or so min to make sure that it had a good and solid connection with the system.
  14. They are quite rare I have a Sears Heavy sixer even though it is not in the best of shape it is still in very good condition for it's age and because it is a heavy sixer it is still worth more than a light sixer or a four switch woody would be in perfect condition. f
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