InfiniKey-CPS2

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    • Barth0lin0 wrote:

      Any idea ? It's not a A board issue since all my other B boards are working great.
      It seems your B-board (key writing has nothing to do with A-board) is having an issue receiving/writing the key from a cold boot (I'll often blame this type of intermittent failure behavior on caps).
      Remember for infini key to work the PCB must be able to receive said key, any failure in that and of course its not going to work.

      Aka this isn't an issue with Infini Key, but and issue with your B-board.
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    • Barth0lin0 wrote:

      revived a dead SFZ3 board (REV 7) with a infinikey. easy install. Game booted! was super happy. Played for an hour and shut down the PSU.

      when i powered on the PSU, green or black or pinkey screen. Game doesnt boot up.

      i need to let the PCB " cool " down an hour and then it works again.

      if i quick repower on the PCM, same thing: blue screen.

      Sometimes the game bootd up to the main screen or player select screen and then the "suicided screen" comes back.

      Rechecked 4 times my soldering, everything is mint...

      Any idea ? It's not a A board issue since all my other B boards are working great.

      imgur.com/rICoVEe
      Is the battery removed?
      -ud

      Cab: Namco Exceleena 1
      Darksoft Multi: CPS2/3, F3, ST-V, NEO
      Scan Converter: Micomsoft XRGB2+, Silicon Optix ImageAnyplace
      Monitor: Amiga 1080, BenQ RL2460, Pioneer KRP-500M
    • undamned wrote:

      Barth0lin0 wrote:

      revived a dead SFZ3 board (REV 7) with a infinikey. easy install. Game booted! was super happy. Played for an hour and shut down the PSU.

      when i powered on the PSU, green or black or pinkey screen. Game doesnt boot up.

      i need to let the PCB " cool " down an hour and then it works again.

      if i quick repower on the PCM, same thing: blue screen.

      Sometimes the game bootd up to the main screen or player select screen and then the "suicided screen" comes back.

      Rechecked 4 times my soldering, everything is mint...

      Any idea ? It's not a A board issue since all my other B boards are working great.

      imgur.com/rICoVEe
      Is the battery removed?-ud
      of course!
    • Barth0lin0 wrote:

      good news

      desoldered everything. Reflowed the 6 pins on the motherboard and resoldered the infinikey.

      Now it works! Probably a bad pins connections or a short under the infinikey pcb.

      thanks guys
      Unfortunately, problem is coming back. I now loose the video signal after a few minutes of play. had a white screen yesterday.

      Any idea ? Should i try installing another infinikey ? Cap replacement?

      thx

      The post was edited 1 time, last by Barth0lin0 ().

    • My SSF2X (940223 version) works for about 15mins when 'cooled down' and will suicide almost instantly (within 10 seconds of booting the game) after it's happened once.
      Meanwell PSU on 5.04volt (have tried upping it a tiny bit, but power does not seem to be changing this problem at all).

      Have tried 2 different brand new infinikey boards.

      See pics - any help appreciated.



      EDIT: I have de-suicided the board with the infinikey now and gone back to just the battery and the cap to save the key. The board is still playing up, glitching textures and freezing with plain colour screen after working fine for some-time, eg minutes. The problem is apparently not with the infinikey, but with the A or B board. Further testing needed.. :(

      EDIT2: OK after stuffing around for long enough on this I eventually removed the daughterboard and pushed all the socketed chips down into their sockets. Reseated the daughterboard and everything is fine. I've reapplied the inifikey and its all working. Guessing as one of the chips warmed up and expanded, it was losing contact somewhere.

      The post was edited 2 times, last by evilsim ().

    • Hello!

      I've just recently acquired a 19xx and was looking to install an infinikey but when I looked for the gamecode in the list, 19XE isn't an option.

      It boots as 19xx 960104 euro and I can't seem to find any information on the web relating to this particular combination for 19xx.

      I dumped one of the program chips and tried to run it through romident but it came up with no matches either :(

      Is this version of 19xx supported by the infinikey or is this going to be one that I have to maintain the battery for?

      Love the product, have done a few others with no issue.

      Thanks!
      Images
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    • redsupra wrote:

      Hello!

      I've just recently acquired a 19xx and was looking to install an infinikey but when I looked for the gamecode in the list, 19XE isn't an option.

      ...

      Is this version of 19xx supported by the infinikey or is this going to be one that I have to maintain the battery for?
      Hey, sounds like you found a new one! Yeah, like xodaraP said, we have some dudes that can get it submitted to mame. @idc, could you generate a key from these files?
      -ud

      Cab: Namco Exceleena 1
      Darksoft Multi: CPS2/3, F3, ST-V, NEO
      Scan Converter: Micomsoft XRGB2+, Silicon Optix ImageAnyplace
      Monitor: Amiga 1080, BenQ RL2460, Pioneer KRP-500M
    • Dumped 01,03b,04b,05b,06b,07.

      Looks like two of them did end up matching:
      Identifying 19xe....
      19x.01 = 19x.01 19xx 19XX: The War Against Destiny (USA 951207)
      = 19x.01 19xxa 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Asia 960104)
      = 19x.01 19xxar1 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Asia 951207)
      = 19x.01 19xxb 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Brazil 951218)
      = 19x.01 19xxd 19XX: The War Against Destiny (USA 951207 Phoenix Edition) (bootleg)
      = 19x.01 19xxh 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Hispanic 951218)
      = 19x-01.1a 19xxj 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Japan 960104, yellow case)
      = 19x.01 19xxjr1 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Japan 951225)
      = 19x.01 19xxjr2 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Japan 951207)
      19xe.03b NO MATCH
      19xe.04b NO MATCH
      19xe.05b NO MATCH
      19xe.06b NO MATCH
      19xe.07 = 19x.07 19xx 19XX: The War Against Destiny (USA 951207)
      = 19xa.07 19xxa 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Asia 960104)
      = 19x.07 19xxar1 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Asia 951207)
      = 19x.07 19xxb 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Brazil 951218)
      = 19x.07 19xxd 19XX: The War Against Destiny (USA 951207 Phoenix Edition) (bootleg)
      = 19x.07 19xxh 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Hispanic 951218)
      = 19xj-07.6d 19xxj 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Japan 960104, yellow case)
      = 19x.07 19xxjr1 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Japan 951225)
      = 19x.07 19xxjr2 19XX: The War Against Destiny (Japan 951207)
      Out of 6 files, 2 matched, 4 did not match.
      Files
      • 19xe.zip

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    • undamned wrote:

      redsupra wrote:

      Hello!

      I've just recently acquired a 19xx and was looking to install an infinikey but when I looked for the gamecode in the list, 19XE isn't an option.

      ...

      Is this version of 19xx supported by the infinikey or is this going to be one that I have to maintain the battery for?
      Hey, sounds like you found a new one! Yeah, like xodaraP said, we have some dudes that can get it submitted to mame. @idc, could you generate a key from these files?-ud
      In all likelihood, yeah, but it'd probably be quicker to just submit the dump to MAME, they will be be able to reverse the keys.