MegaFox64!

Includes but not limited to: SNES, Genesis, Sega CD, PlayStation 1, Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, Game Gear and I guess the Virtual Boy.

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MegaAwesome13
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Re: MegaFox64!

Post by MegaAwesome13 » Tue Jul 06, 2010 6:13 pm

Soldering involves me not doing chores and they think that waiting a week would be nice... Plus my friend has the soldering iron and solder, which I'm using for free because my dad's was too old. :(

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MegaAwesome13
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Re: MegaFox64!

Post by MegaAwesome13 » Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:09 pm

Router came today :D

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Re: MegaFox64!

Post by kylerock96 » Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:25 am

dude, i was going to make a genesis portable using a linksys router too!
I will take commissions on anything!!!!*

that is, anything but arcade systems...

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Re: MegaFox64!

Post by clarky » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:02 pm

Just noticed this.

Nice to see someone else using a linksys router case. The only problem I found with using a linksys case is the way it comes apart.

You have to do some serious modifications to the case so that you end up with a front and back cover to the case. You can kinda see in this pic where I have cut the top bit so that the case has a rear cover to fit the n64 board to:

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Like this:
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Re: MegaFox64!

Post by MegaAwesome13 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 9:39 pm

Woah... I saw pics of your's, awesome! I love the design of the buttons and how the screen is raised! Sadly, I don't have the time or money for all fancy stuff. I'm using the Ethernet hole as a cartridge hole. I had to cut the powersupply hole in order for it to fit. Did you have trouble with the size of the case? I can't get mine to fit with an expansion pack :/ (I'm on Modretro too, same guy, but the topic is Fox64.)

Update:

I forgot i posted here ^^" So here is what's going on.

Check List

Batteries- Yes
Case- Yes (2 in fact!)
Console- Yes (broke one so far D: )
PS1 Screen- Yes
Batteries- Yes, but I have a problem with it. The positive metal broke off of the main power. I'll post a pic tomorrow.
Spray Paint- Yes
Putty- Nope
Tact Switches- Nope
Controller- Yes
On/Off Switch- Yes
Controller switch- Yes
Dremel- Yes
Soldering Iron- Yes
Time- No, I have three weeks until school :(
Money- Yes

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