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#1
Re: Virtual Boy Minecraft Textures!
Posted on: 2013/1/8 5:04
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Joined 2012/9/24
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Neat! I remember I made something like this a while ago too, but I got rid of it since the sky was always blue. If you found out how to change it to red or black, this would be epic.
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#2
Re: The VB Glitchy Display Problem
Posted on: 2012/11/6 5:39
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Joined 2012/9/24
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I left it in the oven for about 2 minutes at 200 farenheit. The right one was working fine after that, but not so much the left. I rebaked the left and put it back in, and it worked fine for a bit, but now they both glitch up occasionally, like random portions of the screen either going dark or entirely lighting up, although the left still glitches a bit more than the right. Oddly enough, this issue seems to only occur occasionally at the Wario Land title screen and often when I go through doors (I've only tested Wario Land so far). It's not a big issue, but if someone knew a fix I would gladly appreciate if they told me.
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#3
Re: The VB Glitchy Display Problem
Posted on: 2012/11/4 23:01
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Joined 2012/9/24
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Quote:

TheForce81 wrote:
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VirtualMan! wrote:
Hi. I'm new to this forum, and I have a virtual boy with the horizontal line glitch in both sides of the eyepiece. I've tried opening up my virtual boy but when I do, there seems to be a part connected to the black plastic casing. I've taken out all the 6 required screws so that is not the issue. I was wondering if this happens to all virtual boys or if I just really messed mine up. If it's messed up, then I was wondering if anyone knew how to fix it? Oh, and the part the seems to be connected to the black plastic is at about the same spot as the cartridge slot. I don't know if that helps.


Hey there, welcome to this great community.
You say you unscrewed six screws, that is two too few. You need to unscrew at least eight of them. Four screws at the cartridge bay are not necessary, while the two somewhat deeper ones there need to be removed including all other ones.

Good luck!


Thanks everybody for the help, this seemed to be the issue. Now on to the scarier part.
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#4
Re: The VB Glitchy Display Problem
Posted on: 2012/11/3 17:55
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Joined 2012/9/24
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Hi. I'm new to this forum, and I have a virtual boy with the horizontal line glitch in both sides of the eyepiece. I've tried opening up my virtual boy but when I do, there seems to be a part connected to the black plastic casing. I've taken out all the 6 required screws so that is not the issue. I was wondering if this happens to all virtual boys or if I just really messed mine up. If it's messed up, then I was wondering if anyone knew how to fix it? Oh, and the part the seems to be connected to the black plastic is at about the same spot as the cartridge slot. I don't know if that helps.
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