A few years ago I took apart my Game Boy Color, but didn't do anything with it. I thought by posting this maybe someone can use this information. I might, if I get the time, do something with my Game Boy Color, but until then, here is the slideshow. I took these pictures with a decent camera, so I hope you like it!

This is also posted, with extremely high-quality pictures, on my blog.
<p>I have the exact same color Gameboy color</p>
<p>me too.</p>
i have 3 gameboy advanced sp
OMG! i have the exact gameboy color as that! Its somewhere around here anyway... have 2 gameboy advance SP's now... dnt ask how... plus ds lite, ps2 and wii.
honestly i dont see a point to your comment as it simply sounds like bragging... if you left it as &quot;OMG! i have the exact gameboy color as that! Its somewhere around here anyway... &quot; it would have been a very funny comment and i would have said that... anyhow, hope your enjoying all your stuff. cheers.
Lol, somebody is peeved...
Lucky....You make me jealous.<br />
Theoretically, yes, but it wouldn't be of much use. You would have to get/make your own driver circuit.
i really, really need to fix my "A" button, where did you find the screw driver for it??
I just had a slightly chipped flathead lying around and used that. It stripped the screws a bit, but got the job done when I put enough pressure on it. You could look on ebay for a "tri-wing screwdirver." You should only have to pay a few dollars for it. You could also look elsewhere, just use Google (Nintendo tri-wing screwdriver). They open Nintendo devices easily.
dealextreme has a triwing screwdriver for $0.85, it takes a while for shipping, but its worth it
I did eventually get one from there to replace my DS's case.
chipped flat driver worsk fine ,hint when screws out stick them in a vice and use a hacksaw to cut a proper groove (one at a time) bits often go wonky in them as they go back together so you end up having to open them up again<br />
I used scissors to open it
Lime green gameboy strip tease. It's always interesting to see what's in them. I've been looking to buy some old ones, but I don't know where to look. I've tried craigslist, maybe when yard sale season comes around.
<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw?url=search-alias%3Daps&amp;field-keywords=gameboy+color&amp;x=0&amp;y=0">http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw?url=search-alias%3Daps&amp;field-keywords=gameboy+color&amp;x=0&amp;y=0</a><br/><br/>Was that really that hard?<br/>
You could always go back to the turn of the century and <a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_to_the_Future_Part_II">&quot;borrow&quot;</a> one...<br/>

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