These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
Find out what is ailing your GameCube using the Nintendo GameCube Troubleshooting page.
The Nintendo GameCube was released in November 2001. It was the first Nintendo gaming system to use an optical disc drive instead of the more expensive game cartridges previous Nintendo consoles used
On November 19, 2006, Nintendo released its newest console, the Nintendo Wii, which can also run GameCube games.
The Nintendo GameCube, easily identifiable by its boxy shape, originally came in two colors, black and purple, though it is now available in a wide variety of colors. On the front, it has four controller ports and two memory card slots. The sides each have a gridded box with a screen that allows air to flow through the device and keep it cool. The back has a variety of cable ports, including power and video cable ports. The GameCube also sports a handle for easy transportation.
There are 2 main revisions of the Nintendo GameCube, under the code name DOL-001 and DOL-101. DOL-001 had 2 AV Ports - one digital and one analog for video output and also had 2 serial ports and 1 HI Speed port on the bottom of the console. But, on the later revision, DOL-101, the digital AV port and Serial Port 2 were removed due to the fact that they weren't used anywhere.