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Re: arcade machine video display issue
01/20/11 02:04 AM


> It'd be better for someone with more exprience but if it were me I'd:
>
> *clear the backup ram
> *try burning a new set of roms to see if the problem is still there
> *try using a different game on the board.
>
> 2+3 for me would require an eprom burner which I don't have, but anyway...

Very unintelligent advice, except for maybe clearing the backup RAM, if an Alien Syndrome PCB even has that.

If the wiring work he did has broken his PCB, plugging in a different PCB would cause that to break as well, congratulations, two broken PCBs instead of one.
Likewise, if the bad wiring has caused the ROMs to blow up, a set of replacment ROMs would blow up as well.

Undo the wiring work or unplug the coin door. The coin door does not need to be wired up for the game to start, so remove the coin door from the equation.

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* arcade machine video display issue fabianscorpio 01/19/11 08:41 PM
. * Re: arcade machine video display issue Naoki  01/19/11 10:29 PM
. * Re: arcade machine video display issue Sune  01/20/11 02:04 AM
. * Re: arcade machine video display issue Naoki  01/20/11 09:59 PM
. * Re: arcade machine video display issue fabianscorpio  01/20/11 01:09 PM

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