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- Sun Jun 19, 2011 6:29 pm
- Forum: 2000's Gaming
- Topic: I'm having fan problems! No, I'm not a celebrity.
- Replies: 4
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I just wired my gamecube to a 11.1v battery pack, and everything is going well so far. Unfortunately, the fan that came with the gamecube is not working. I have 2, so I know nothings wrong with them. Does anyone have a solution to this problem, or know of any fans that will accept this voltage?
I've been looking for a 3 way switch for my Gamecube Portable, but have had no luck in finding a good one (most of them have long shafts that would be inconvenient). Does anyone know where to get one similar to the one on the NCube?
For my Gamecube portable, I have bought a 3-way power jack, and I'm confused on how to hook it up. I would like to know how to wire it to the Gamecube in a way that it will know how to power the console from AC power when it is turned on, and to charge the batteries when it is off.
I hooked up my PSone screen to my Gamecube, and it worked great if I didn't have a disk inserted and was just playing with the console settings. However, if I put a game in it the screen will dim and shut off after 30 seconds. I still have sound and control, but no video. I know the composite video ...
I know I said this last week, but Modretro is having problems again. Instead of getting a server error like last week, I was told by my ISP that the domain does not exist. Anyone have an idea of what is causing this?
I found this a week ago. It WORKED!!Curly wrote:Same here, could u please send me a message if you get an answer?
http://moddedbybacteria.freeforums.org/ ... -t370.html