Asked by Ottis Dickens in Nintendo SwitchVideo Games
What cords are needed for the Original Nintendo NES system?
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Asked in Nintendo
How do you hook up an af cord to your Nintendo entertainment system?
Why isn't my Nintendo 64 working i plug all the cords in and they all work but the tv doesn't change or have any sound?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What section of the upper respiratory system contains the vocal cords?
How does electricity get to cities from the turbines that generate it?
Will Gamestop buy the original Xbox with little damage to the audio and video cords?
Asked in Nintendo
Where can one buy replacement Nintendo power cords?
Replacement Nintendo power cords can be purchased directly from Nintendo, actually, via the store on their website. Of course, an online purchase means a delay while the product is shipped to you, so if you're in a hurry you can also check with local video game retailers like Best Buy or Gamestop. You should be able to purchase replacement cables nearly anywhere that you could purchase a Nintendo console.
Asked in Nintendo DS
What will happen when you break a Nintendo ds lite in half?
Asked in Microsoft Xbox, Microsoft Xbox 360
Can you use the original xbox AV cable on the xbox 360?
Asked in Shopping, Technology, Microsoft Xbox
When you trade in a system at gamestop do you need to include the power cable av cable and controllers?
How do you fix your Nintendo 64 if you can here the sound just fine but you can't see the the picture?
Asked in Health
The part of the respiratory system that helps us speak?
Asked in Sony Playstation
How is a PlayStation made?
In brief the history is: Nintendo and Sony worked together to make a console (imagine that) and then suddenly Nintendo backed out. The system was called the Super Disc, was later modified; now known as the Sony Playstation. How is a playstation made? Like most other consoles and computers. In a factory, with either machines and/or manual labor. Electronic components are soldered together. Other parts are screwed together. The System, controllers and cords are then put into a box.