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    can someone help me. i always see people adding a switch on their dc home do u do it? does any one have like a tutorial on it?

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    Default Re: adding a switch

    what kind of switch?

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    Default Re: adding a switch

    but for all your dc mod stuff checkout http://devcast.dcemulation.com/ but if you give some more info I am sure that we can help.

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    thanks.

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    Hello, I'm updating this topic because my cousin installed a switch long ago, because when I ran some PAL games on my jap' DC, the screen wasn't centered...

    It was fixed by installing a switch (with a resistor)...

    Now, I know some people who have the same problem, but as I haven't installed the switch by myself, I don't know how to do, so I can't help them

    So I wanna know if anybody can give me a link to a tutorial for installing this switch, thanks

    PS : I know this is a DC forum, but is it possible to have exactly the same switch on a PS1 ? It would be excellent to run my original PAL games at 60Hz using a boot CD (it is the same problem, the screen not centered when I run original PAL games at 60Hz)

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