> > > >
> > > yes, assuming the method is reliable then one of the biggest hurdles is over.
> > >
> > > the next challenge will be finding boards that haven't yet suicided, these things
> > > were never meant to last this long.
> > >
> > > some of the games are quite common, other boards we've seen the chip on (Spanish
> > > Italian gambling games) we've never even seen a working copy of.
> > I've never believed for a so quick reply by one of the best!
> > Maybe i don't understand well,about what boards you mean!
> > I though you already have some of them,dump them,and included in MAME,but for the
> > game i mention (TH strikes back) i've found an info,for a Korean board,maybe
> > unprotected!
> > https://mamedev.emulab.it/undumped/index.php?title=TH_Strikes_Back_(Korea)
> > In any case,and if understand wrong,or if it a misunderstanding that is a
> > can ignore that post,or a mod could deleted!
> > THANKS HAZE!
> we've seen boards of TH Strikes Back sold in Korea before and they've been protected
> like the rest of them, although they could have been imports in the first place.
> obviously unprotected versions are still interesting alt. versions even if the
> protection chips get dumped tho as there's a big difference between a set that was
> compiled without any of the protection code, and a set where we're emulating the
> protection device.
Well ,OK you know far much better your work,and what to do!
I hope one of the imports you already have,to be the good board you want!
And of course ,i am sure a protected,is more interesting for a programmer,because the biggest challenge it is,the biggest satisfaction it is!
Thanks for your effort to explain to me,with patience and politeness!