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  • Here's a pic from TwistedSymphony's page: arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…c7bc9a88c37301779890cd319 See the three holes? First one is for the pot to adjust 5V, the second one is for 3.3V and the last one is for the power LED. You need a small screwdriver to adjust the pots and a multimeter to check voltages. Don't just blindly turn them.

  • CPS3 Superbios NOCD versions

    nem - - CPS III SuperBIOS

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    Quote from Geddon: “I’m curious about this. So you can have a cart that runs one game that doesn’t require the cd? Does it still have the battery? Was this ever official or are these just modified carts? If official which games had a version like this? ” It's official, yes. There was at least NoCD versions of 3rd Strike and Jojo's Bizarre Adventure. They run on batteries as well. I think @XeD has made unofficial NoCD carts. Quote: “Also are dead carts worthless or can they be revived these days?…

  • 128Mb CPS3 SIMMS!!!!!!

    nem - - CPS III SuperBIOS

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    Quote from penrhos: “If I had 4 × 32Mb could I swap the chips onto one to make a 128mb? ” Yes you can. See here: CPS3 - How to convert 32Mb SIMMs into a 128Mb SIMM

  • Bloody Roar 3 issue.

    nem - - System 246/256

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    You already said it yourself, it's because you don't have a compatible drive. You can't run Tekken 4 without one either.

  • Jamma Pass-through

    nem - - Project Showcase

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    I have one of these: tops-game.jp/products/detail.php?product_id=2620 Can recommend.

  • Multi Irem M92

    nem - - Project Ideas

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    Quote from jassin000: “Major Title 2 is the recommended board when performing conversions (because all the other games on M92 are good haha). But it's a total PoS, do the world a favor and end its life to birth one of these... [img snip] We all know (or should) the only arcade golf game you need is Neo Turf Masters (yea fuck Golden Tee). ” Major Title 2 and NTM are pretty much the same game (same devs on both games).

  • A Freeware Taito TypeX2 Multigame.

    nem - - Taito Type X

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    Alamone's version was definitely software flipped. Also, legit arcade dump, not a hack of the PC version. That's the version I was referring to that was "out there".

  • Gaelco ATV Track

    nem - - General Arcade Tech Help

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    Dumb question, but have you contacted Gaelco? I know the odds aren't in your favor since they've made darts games exclusively for maybe 10 years, so the staff possibly isn't around more. Worth a shot in any case! I just checked my emails and I contacted them in 2010. Jose Luis Fernández (joseluis at gaelcodarts dot com) was the head of the spares / repair dept back then. They still produced Tuning Race (2005) motherboards at that time.

  • A Freeware Taito TypeX2 Multigame.

    nem - - Taito Type X

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    There's at least one version of the game "out there" that has the second screen mirrored and flipped, so yeah, it can be done. I'm still looking for the Export version of the game. The chronicle mode is unplayable in Japanese.

  • I really like my Hozan crimper: amazon.com/dp/B002TKG11G It works great on contacts that don't need a lot of force to crimp, like for instance AMP UP and JST NH contacts. Here's a few I just did today: arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…c7bc9a88c37301779890cd319

  • Doesn't @lukemorse1 have this board or am I thinking of someone else?

  • Quote from Hammy: “What is the chip code on the atmel? More than likely secured up anyway like the first one. ” U8 is a ATF1508AS-10AC100. The smaller U18 quad just has the text AD-65 on it.

  • Is it just the one corner or is it the whole screen? Did you lose a strip inside the yoke or did you accidentally bump it?

  • Unfortunately, I don't currently have a ZN-1 motherboard, so I can't try it right now EDIT: a SOP44 to DIP44 adapter costs next to nothing. I'll just order one.

  • I received the ROM board without a mainboard and just stuck it on a stock ZN-1. I didn't even connect the two wires. Maybe the issues with the game came from that? Dumps of the two other socketed roms can be found here: sendspace.com/file/jza92e I have no way of dumping the MX chip. I can remove it if someone wants to dump it.

  • Quote from twistedsymphony: “Quote from nem: “the ones that I have have spindles that are plastic instead of metal and the encoder board just has the text "TS-30" on it. ” do you have pictures of those. I don't think I've seen that spinner before. ” Oops, completely missed this post of yours, TS. Here's some pics: arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…c7bc9a88c37301779890cd319 arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…c7bc9a88c37301779890cd319 arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…c7bc9a88c37301779890cd319 Anyway, the p…

  • Just took out my chassis. It's 4.7 Ohms 5%.

  • Quote from Hammy: “Sounds like it's not a good crack if there's lock ups, but it's still worth checking out It needs to be dumped, and possibly the security chip traced out. Anyone with desoldering skills and the AT89c4051 in the device list will do. Providing the bios is not required to dump the rest will be a fairly simple job ” Here's pics of the board: arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…c7bc9a88c37301779890cd319 arcade-projects.com/forums/ind…c7bc9a88c37301779890cd319 The AT89c4051 is socketed a…

  • Looks like the terminal has suffered some damage and there's just a stub left.

  • I have a Bloody Roar 2 bootleg here. Unfortunately, it's not a very good one as it locks up during the intro. If you start the game before it, you can play it up to some point. I don't think you can finish it though. Anyway, can I do something meaningful with it? Is it of some use to someone here?