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The NES consoles and game cartridges have been used for many things, but I wanted to make some ridiculous system that utilized the slide-in action of the system. ...
Get an old game cartridge and open it up. I used a special bit I got online that's made just for this, but I've heard of others having ...
With the cartridge opened up, use a Dremel to make a hole for the flash drive to stick out. With the opening, use hot glue to keep the ...
Now it's the NES console's turn! Use a Phillips head screwdriver to take the top off as well as the metal shield inside. Using a Dremel again, cut ...
Insert a USB extension cable into the opening in the NES. Double-check to make sure that the cable is in the right spot and hot glue it in ...
Presto! You now have a ridiculously inefficient flash drive and a massive USB port. As an added bonus you can make a custom icon for the flash drive ...
Why not a 2.5" HDD instead of a flash drive? I had a spare 2.5" drive that I was trying out for a while, but wasn't happy with ...
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