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Kid Raster12-08-2011, 08:35 AMGood morning KLOV- do any of you know how to (or know someone who does) fix a Famicom Disk System? PDA View Full Version : Famicom Disk System repair? In the photos below, you will see the drive head on the right and the adjustment screw on the left side. After this minimum range, it counts the amount of blocks incorrectly.

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Well, it looks like I'll have to give it a shot on the super pig disk that decided to stop working - and no, has some of it been missing and I haven't noticed? Loading... It can take hours of tinkering to get past these errors, and even at that point, some discs will load while others will not.

Any help would be great. I just used the good ole trial and error method. This feature is not available right now. FDS - Spindle Hub Alignment Once aligned, reattach the disk card holder with the springs, the front plate, the bottom plate, and reconnect the pin connector on the back of the

Good Squid Discs - Japanese Retro Games & Media Specializing in vintage and collectible media out of Japan - retro video games, laserdiscs, VHS tapes, VHD cartridges, CDs, records, DVDs, inflatable at one o'clock in the morning. The walkthrough above doesn't make it all that clear how to get it set right. Sounds like a spindle misalignment right?As ericj suggested I'm going to try to clean the read head aswell.

Then adjusting the spindle to be parallel in the starting position. Please try again later. If the disk doesn’t work in this range, it may be damaged or need to be rewritten. What I will most likely do is compare the one I was sent to the one I get from Japan and see if I find anything wrong between the two.

Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. I would receive an Err.21 or Err.22 message each time I attempted to load the games. ...and then he gave his method of fixing it and then the key phrase... Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Style ASSEMBlergames RED/BLACK Contact Us Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

I hope he didn't do some damage and will have to replace parts lwizardl, Jun 9, 2015 #17 lwizardl Living The Dream Joined: Mar 30, 2005 Messages: 507 Likes Received: Was really sweating it for a moment there though. Note that in extremely rare cases, you may even be able to read a disk in excellent shape from 10.49 up to 10.79mm, although it is unlikely based on my experiences. Back to top #14 Cheese007 OFFLINE Cheese007 Dragonstomper 647 posts Posted Sun Jan 1, 2006 5:17 PM not to go off topic but does a japan famicon or disk system

After it came in the mail, it turned out to be dead. But according to other pictures where there is a flathead screw, there simply isn't. Cotton cloth, rubbing alcohol or warm mildy soapy water, gently wash, gently dry, use. sorry man.

I find myself having to clean them again and again to get them to work. Johnny, Jun 9, 2015 #14 lwizardl Living The Dream Joined: Mar 30, 2005 Messages: 507 Likes Received: 45 thank you Johnny I will make sure to read that page and see Web Site News The Gesellschaft (Videogame Newsroom) Columns Marketplace Buying and Selling Daily Deals and Discounts Everything Auctions What's It Worth? Sign in to make your opinion count.

However, I had a few error 22 and error 27 before it actually started... I really want to play with my FDS (after I replace the belt) but I don't want to get a top loader NES to do it.Tempest

The adapter I use is the lukemorse1 6,984 views 3:51 How To Open And A Look Inside The Super Famicom Box And Carts - Duration: 10:49. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

LeHaM, Jun 8, 2015 #8 Johnny Gran Turismo Freak and Site Supporter 2013,2015 Staff Member Joined: Mar 14, 2004 Messages: 6,344 Likes Received: 221 Maybe these can help http://www.goodsquid.com/2011/02/repairing-nintendo-famicom-disk-system.html Johnny, Rating is available when the video has been rented. so first things i notice. (Following this guide: http://www.famicomdisksystem.com/tutorials/fds-repair-mod/belt-replacement-adjustment/)Their spindle can be movedMine looks like this (sorry about the large pictures, but I'm lazy and don't wanna resave them in smaller Location:Hoquiam, WA Posted Fri Dec 30, 2005 7:39 PM From this:http://nesdev.parodi...l reference.txtThe error you posted is in bold.+------------------+|common disk errors|+------------------+When a disk I/O operation fails (for one reason or another), an

I was told on hear to get a new drive but the recommended drive is rare. Back to top #2 ghostangelofcky OFFLINE ghostangelofcky Combat Commando 1 posts Posted Fri Dec 30, 2005 7:22 PM Nice dude, I still want one, and will probably still want one sorry man. when all my disks stop working.I hope my Twin Fami lasts long.Looking forward to your further reports.

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