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 Post subject: N64 portable info
PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2005 8:34 pm 
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Well here we are guys! finally a sticky with important n64 info!
Guides!

*o*'s very very beta guide
a guide by RPGTKnick its not very thorough...
daguuy's guide very thorough! (under construction)
daguuy's short n64p guide

Completed portables

Sifuf's N64p very nice
Sifufs N64p
The L64 what else can i say? apart from WOW
bens amzing N64p!
randomblagh's n64p!
warrior_rocker's (now deceased) n64p
Cennar's N64p (great for a $2 budget!
tritons n64p!(well it didnt actually work....)
G-force's n64p!
Gamelvers first portable his N64p vol.1!
Handhelddc's N64p using a frankenstein case method
gamelvers n64p vol.4!
samuelm's n64p
Turbotax's N64p
hailrazer's Darth 64
clarky's PNintendo 64

other info

Joystick mod for third party controllers
wiring diagram
a picture about wiring the control!
cartridge slot relocation guide!
Adjustable regulator claculator
how to replace an analog stick with a D-pad
thread by g-force about fuses on the n64 board
info by gannon on how to make an automatic n64 controller switchover thingy
3.3V converter diagram (pages 2+3)
How to get free DC-DC converters
Harshboy's excellent power diagram
Harshboy's full wiring diagram

Useful Information:

Nice technical information, including cartridge pinout and many other pinouts.
How to relocate a cart slot
How to power your N64p
Troubleshooting your N64p
How to replace an n64 joystiq with a gamcube joystick
N64 controller pinout
N64 video out pinout

In progress

*o*'s n64p page
new york cheech's n64p
Neildo_64 N64 portable progress
joevennix P64 workload
3.3v regulator diagram
anotherperson's Portable N64 progress
iam7805 battleship 64 projetc
Bíg Ã


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yeah mine's in there! make sure you change mine to http://www.freewebs.com/daguuy/how2.htm instead of http://daguuy.tk/
EDIT: don't forgot samuelm's completed

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and my n64P was never actually finished :( the case(s) were tho

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oh...well too bad! lol ill just leave it....wheres a mod??this needs stickifying!

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C-rud. Imageshack stopped hosting some of my N64P pics :( Oh well, I'm moving to a new site anyways...

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oh well.....hey g force is your n64 deceased?

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http://www.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch ... 03&Site=US

is that the right scsi cable for the cart relocation?


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Yeah My N64P died the day I finished it :P Did you know I have a scond one that I finished? I took it down since the DC-DC converter went out, but other than that it still works.

I think that cable would work, didnt get to lok at it a lot though.

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for your cart slot relocation, which headers pins did u use? will any 50 pin one work with a 50 pin scsi cable?


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i never got mine working...i didnt find a cable with the right pin orientation.....so im currently soldering it.....

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oh really, so the header pins wouldnt fit in the scsi cable? thats great now that i ordered 3 scsi cables.


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for your cart slot relocation, which headers pins did u use? will any 50 pin one work with a 50 pin scsi cable?

I soldered it with ribbon cable. That plug-in-the-connector-to-the-cable stuff is CHEATING! :P

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ok the issue is the cable out of macs dont have logical pin layout although the ones out of dos based computers do!

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Why has this become un-stickied? Also, I agree, it is cheating to use a ribbon cable to move the cartridge slot, break out your soldering iron and fight like a man!


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