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Thread: The Console Modchip and Repair Resource Thread

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    These blokes:

    http://www.techsick.com/

    Are at Yatala, Gold Coast. The missus dropped our GCN off there today to get a modchip installed. I'll report back on the weekend to see how it went.

    It was only a 1.5 hour job, but she didn't have the time to stick around, hence the wait.

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    I can also do most modding - I'm near Rockhampton if anyone are near by.

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    Dont know if this is still active. but i can mod any console from the atari 2600 up to the ps3 or 360. i also do repairs and the like
    im located just near the tullamarine airport. you can drop me a pm or email me at kotmfu@gmail.com

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    Hey guys,

    Dug up this old thread as I want to get a Pal SNES converted to play a couple of NTSC carts. The Adelaide guy in this thread doesn't seem to be around any more. Who's still in the modding game for SNES machines? I'm willing to post


    Thanks
    The Mamushka!!!

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    try mamejay (Jason)

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    Thanks dude will hit him up
    The Mamushka!!!

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    Mamejay will be able to help with a SuperCIC which will allow you to play US games and in 60Hz.

    Note that US carts won't physically fit in a SuperNES/SuperFamicom slot without some (ugly) filing. Personally, I'd use a converter cart with the SuperCIC to get the right refresh rate.


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