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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 10:00 pm 
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Hi all,

I've put my MMC64 into a cartridge case to better protect it. 8) There's a slot for the SD card (obviously), a reset button and two DIP switches.

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Switch #1 is used to put the MMC64 into flash mode, so I don't have to open the case again and mess around with jumpers. (Switch #2 is not used.)

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Here it is plugged into an SX64.
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And, a 64C.
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I will never use the clock port or cartridge passthrough, so they are hidden within the case. Yes, I had to remove the cart port connector (a very unpleasant process! :wink: ) But I think it's much nicer than having a bare circuit board, especially when carrying it around.


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Must say this is one of the nicest case mods for the MMC64 I've seen so far... Good job!


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I can't believe you didn't take a picture of the blue MMC64 inserted into the blue 64c. :)

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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2007 3:56 am 
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Looks very factory 8)

Raised the bar a bit nice use of microswitch's instead of toggles.

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