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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I've been a visitor of this forum/site for a long time, and just decided to register today. I've seen many requests for pictures of the N64 mobo, so I took my 1996 (yep, an original) mobo and scanned up a couple of pictures of it. Now, this'll give you the basic idea of what you expect to see when you open up your N64 for the first time. As mentioned MANY times before, the dimesions of this board are roughly 6 1/4 inches across and 5 inches up. Enjoy
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hey thanks for the scans - they are GREAT!
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Nice pics. Someone should post a link to this thread in the sticky.
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Wonderful job of scanning the mobo. Now all you have to do is make a simple diagram of the thing
and it will be complete.
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Rellizate wrote:Nice pics. Someone should post a link to this thread in the sticky.
Why don't you do it?
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Its called effort, and the lack off it.
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