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Perhaps, like me, you have an old NES and have come to discover that no matter how many times you blow into the cartridges, the game just won't load. ...
Load your cartridge into the Nintendo as you normally would.
Remove your expired savings card from your keyring. Take a moment to think about all of the good times that you had together.
Bend your savings card in half. Firmly crease it between your fingers.
Wedge the savings card between the top of the cartridge and the bottom of the game port.
Turn on the Nintendo and notice that the red indicator light no longer blinks, but stays on steadily. Also notice that your game is loading. Tada! ...
Press start to begin the first of many long video game sessions.
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