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what did i got?
11. May 2007 at 15:14
 
got this in today...

http://img87.imageshack.us/img87/8980/aaaaaaaa006js3.jpg

its not wat i orderd but..ok
i think im ok with 41,50 shipped

a few questions

about the disksystem
i got it in with only 1 cable on the disksystem is the number hvc-022 the cable says hvc-023? Huh everything complete?

second can the disksystem play with famy clones?

i got no cables with the clone WTF, but i want a real famicom anyway,

got a 32 in 1 with honeybee 2x not even orderd that Huh

but i cant play them on the famicom,no cabel and normal pal nes gives grey screen,are there any tips like not completly entering the cart?
Or are these carts cheap sh*t

whats funny Grin i didnt even now the disk system needed battery's

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Reply #1 - 11. May 2007 at 16:04
 
All the disk-system needs to work with a famicom is just that cable-you got there, the RAM-adapter. Also of course as you've already noticed a couple of batteries. The disk-system wasn't sold with an AC-adapter, these however where possible to buy separetely. You should have no problems using the FDS with a famiclone.
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Reply #2 - 11. May 2007 at 23:32
 
Just put some C batteries in the disk system, plug the RAM adapter into your Famiclone and you're good to go.  (Assuming you find a working famiclone, since you say yours came with no cables).

You're lucky to get those Honeybees.  I couldn't find one of those to buy anywhere.
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Reply #3 - 12. May 2007 at 02:06
 
Cool find. Smiley Those type of carts usually have some good games on them, like originals and hacks. With those HoneyBees, you won't even need that Famiclone.

An AC adaptor was made by Nintendo for the FDS. It's HVC-025. But, of course, you'll need to convert the power so you don't blow the Famiclone or FDS. The Famicom and FDS adaptors were made to input 100V. Anything more will cause trouble.

You can even use your FDS on your NES, so I hear. Smiley
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Reply #4 - 11. May 2010 at 21:06
 
This Topic was moved here from Famicom Disk System by Martin.
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