I have 2 MB about 16B, one from Shinobi with TC5565APL-15 chip other with TC5565APL-12 from Tetris, what's the differrence? Incidence with multi 16b
Multi's: CPS2 / Taito F3 / Irem M72
Superguns : HAS v3.1
Scalers : OSSC v1.6 / RetroTINK-2X
Scart switch : Gscartsw V5.2
My Arcade Stuff
@xodaraP, do you think it worthwhile to include a list of users and their location whom are willing and able to assist with EPROM programming?
People who are unable to do it themselves can refer to this list and select a person to post blank EPROMs to, have them programmed and posted back.
If so, put my name down for Australia.
Which pin on the connector would you need to run a wire from to get a 4th button hooked up to play a game like Bullet?
- faulty Hang-On, Space Harrier or Enduro Racer (2203 sound board)
- Sega Mega-CD 1 power board
- Super Nintendo CPU (3 needed)
"I'd 1cc games but I have a real life."
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I set Bullet up as a faux twin stick shooter, in the sense that I use a Neo CD pad and the joystick corresponds to movement and the face buttons, which are positioned perfectly in an up/down/left/right fashion, act as the second joystick.
It's a fun game to play and one I probably wouldn't have discovered if it weren't for the multi.
Maybe someone can help me.
In the meantime the Frank' oled selector arrives here to me, i decide to take out the old selector (from oneleaf) and play with it.
Since it's the first revision i read on how to perform the adjustments, but i have problems.
Seems that i cannot be able to have reset working.
If i change the selector and shut and power on the s16 it boots with the new game, but if i press reset in play, it doesn't do anything.
I do all i read in your guide.
I get the gnd from CN5 and i measure the continuity from it to the gnd and there is.
I get the reset line in the point near R12 (i solder a pin into it so i can connect using the dupont)...but nothing.
Here you can see what i do
Could you tell me what i did wrong?
Pictures would help more than a video.
Check your reset point.
Move your CN5 connector down by one pin. You're tapping VCC where you currently have it connected whereas you need to be tapping GND.
There's continuity as you describe due to a power filtering cap.
Reset is tied low and you currently have it tied high. Move the DuPont connector down by one pin, which is ground, and it will work as intended.