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    Default Turning a Horizontal Loader into a Top Loader

    Hey

    I'm trying to turn my Horizontal loading NES into a Vertical loading NES. I found this interesting piece of hardware:

    http://www.stupidfingers.com/projects/super72/

    I think it'd be perfect for what I'm doing.

    The only problem is, I'm not sure how it works exactly, or how it's constructed. Also, I've contacted the creator, and he's not gotten back to me, nor do I think he ever will.

    I was wondering if you guys can help me out.

    Anyone have a clue?

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    I've seen someone sell one of those here, so I'm sure someone could help you out. Probably would wanna ask in the technical questions section though.

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    Thank you very much.

    I am new to this forum and didn't realise there was a technical questions section.

    Could a moderator please move my thread there?

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    In the past, people have thought about mounting a game genie then running a ribbon cable to the original connector. Don't know if anyone ever did it, 2 x 72 is a lot of soldering, even more if you want to be clean and put ground lines between each signal.

    I was planning to myself at one time and also wanted to add an SNES motherboard into a toaster case. Was then going to attach an N64 on top (about the same size) and have a GC with gameboy player off to the side. Was then going to interface the whole thing to a couple wavebirds for an all-in-one Nintendo setup.

    Got a wavebird working with the NES and SNES, tinkered with a third party N64 controller (analog pots), then got distracted with first house and babies.

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    I've wanted to do this for some time, but my chinese still isn't up to scruff.

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