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NineGamer
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Vital statistics
Type Gaming Console
Effects UnFun and Problematic
Source Aluminuim
Location USA
Cost to buy 200 000 Coins
Cost to sell 200 100 Coins



NineGamer was a game console, widely infamous for having the certain glitch which causes a procedure running on a rainbow-coloured screen. It was made in 1991 and discontinued from 1994 onwards, being replaced by NineGamer X in 1996.

Description

The console was used to play games by New Nine Games. However, in 1993, the gaming console was found to have a bad disruption. Since that year onwards, when inserting the CD Rom, and pressing the "Start" button, the screen will switch black for a short while, and later turn up a rainbow-coloured screen and a procedure runs. Here is the procedure:

EXGAMER2 Procedure

Procedure running on Error 6724
Running...
Complete
Continue on RingRays500

Running...

Problem Occured.

 12555 of 12555 files checked
 7250 of 7250 files checked
 300 of 300 files checked

Problem lieks with NineSystem/gamingconsole32/game and colourconfection.33.elbert.oring.pps

Need to Change Wire

Wire lies with Hardware.

Colour Wire Stuck within Display Screen (ninesetup.exe)

Colour Wire Unfixed

System Restarting...

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It later restarts to it's main screen. This is due to an unknown wire from the sound slot somehow connected to the colour display slot , therefore resulting in a procedure running throughout the system to check the problem. However, it can't be fixed as the CD-Rom insertion went straight flying through the colour system and it's very complicated to fix. This started two years since the colour problem slot was fine using a special other wire connected, but only lasting for two years.

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