jake on 2003.04.07
at 06:34 pm
If you go to Nintendo PC you can learn how to gut your NES and put in PC parts. All this for under $500.
I for one love old Nintendo games. I can't get enough of them. But, like so many others, my Nintendo started flaking out on me. I'd have to blow into the games, then blow into the Nintendo, then try the game. 90% of the time, I'd get a flashing blue screen and I would need to try again. Well, I'd had enough of that, and decided it was time to do something different with my Nintendo.
I decided to put a computer inside my old Nintendo case. I could run emulators, play games with my regular Nintendo game pad, all on my TV. Of course, this was quite a stretch, but I made it happen.
Posted in: Hardware
John Kennedy said on 2004.02.17 at 12:40 am
clinton neuner said on 2005.03.10 at 07:48 pm
that site doesnt work and everywhere i go to find out how to build a pc out of a nintendo keeps sending me there BUT IT DOESNT FRICKEN WORK!
Zac Alling said on 2005.03.28 at 12:18 am
Yeah where is it? I am really interested.
matthew dearson said on 2005.04.21 at 01:47 am
thats pretty good, but the same thing that happened with the original system will still happen again. Also it is beyond people besides us who can actually put the computer base in. But, I commend you, it is a wonderful idea and it gives me hope as a lover of the NES, that a permanent or more lasting solution to the breakdowns will soon be reached.
jack heartfer said on 2005.04.21 at 01:48 am
to one clinton neuner:
Grow up son. Don’t blame him for your own idiocy. It isn’t his fault you can’t follow the instructions. So, stop pouting like a child.
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