**HELP** Purchased CPS1 Street Fighter 2 World Warrior Jamma PCB

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    • suverman wrote:

      I checked your video when you say the sprites are glitching do you mean how the fighters appear in a different place all of a sudden? If yes thats how this hack originally behaved. Also the inverted color on the cyclist in the Chunli stage is how it was with the hack back in the day. Didn't see Zangief's sprite issue (in the photo) in the video. This looks like a properly running hacked version of SF2WW.
      NO, the Zangief upper body flickers Yello but then if you reboot the board... it is okay... functioning SOLID and Normal.
    • I'm not able to zoom in enough to be certain, but it does appear that the ROM1 pal has been replaced. It's the one with the sticker on it, below BUF1. If there is no clear "ROM1" label on the PAL, then it's a safe bet that it will need to be replaced.

      If it is a GAL that was used to replace the original PAL, you can erase and reburn it to. The TL866 will do the erasing and reburning. If it's a PAL, or unidentifiable, then get a GAL16V8 to replace it. The file to burn/reburn can be found here:

      jammarcade.net/pal-dumps/

      direct download for ROM1 pal/gal file: jammarcade.net/files/pals/CPS1-ROM1.jed

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

    • Thanks @YesAffinity

      So I spoke to eBay, the Seller also called them and they are going to issue me a full refund.

      The board works partially so I am thinking of getting an eprom programmer and learning how to burn eProms.

      Looking at Amazon.ca I found
      " USB Universal Programmer for TL866II Plus EEPROM Flash 8051 AVR MCU GAL PIC Update Tool with 10 Adapter" I am thinking of buying this one, instead of save 20$ and waiting a month to receive it form China...

      I am basically at 0... just gotta search the internet for tutorials for these things.

      amazon.ca/gp/product/B07KPJZCW…smid=A28ZWXW3ZSVNZU&psc=1
    • That should do the trick. The masks get replaced with 27c4096, in the event that any of them are faulty. The TL866 will support reburning of the program roms and a GAL16V8 replacement for the PAL.

      And, as suverman said, the board is likely working normally. If you have a problem with one of the CPS customs, it will be persistent at best and getting worse as the game is powered on. The things you are seeing sound to be a function of the crappy bootleg code.

      Here's to hoping it can be revived and made fully functional as an original WW. :)
    • YesAffinity wrote:

      That should do the trick. The masks get replaced with 27c4096, in the event that any of them are faulty. The TL866 will support reburning of the program roms and a GAL16V8 replacement for the PAL.

      And, as suverman said, the board is likely working normally. If you have a problem with one of the CPS customs, it will be persistent at best and getting worse as the game is powered on. The things you are seeing sound to be a function of the crappy bootleg code.

      Here's to hoping it can be revived and made fully functional as an original WW. :)

      WW B board actually uses 27C400 equivalent mask ROMs, not 4096 - not sure if they're the same thing since I know they're arranged the same (256x16k) , but I have a feeling they're not.
    • xodaraP wrote:

      YesAffinity wrote:

      That should do the trick. The masks get replaced with 27c4096, in the event that any of them are faulty. The TL866 will support reburning of the program roms and a GAL16V8 replacement for the PAL.

      And, as suverman said, the board is likely working normally. If you have a problem with one of the CPS customs, it will be persistent at best and getting worse as the game is powered on. The things you are seeing sound to be a function of the crappy bootleg code.

      Here's to hoping it can be revived and made fully functional as an original WW. :)
      WW B board actually uses 27C400 equivalent mask ROMs, not 4096
      He's got an old revision - 90629b-3. 27c4096 is printed under the sockets, as you can see in the picture. Rev 91653B-2 used 27c400. Please explain if I've get it wrong.
    • Progress Update, I have purchased a Programmer,

      1. TL866II Plus
      2. 10Pcs x ST M27C2001

      So far, I have Programmed the chips:
      28
      30
      31
      35
      37
      38

      Yes I am getting Complete BLACK Screen but the OSSC does see a signal coming in at 262/263p 59.6 fps

      So far, as @YesAffinity mentioned the following ROMS are compatible.

      Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (USA 911101) 90629B-3 STF29 IOB1 90632C-1 CPS-B-17 DL-0411-10012 C632
      Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (USA 910214) 90629B-3 STF29 IOB1 90632C-1 CPS-B-17 DL-0411-10012 C632



      No next I have to get:

      PAL16L8ACN

      I will get a GAL16V8 as it is eraseable.

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

    • Max_Power wrote:

      Progress Update, I have purchased a Programmer,

      1. TL866II Plus
      2. 10Pcs x ST M27C2001

      So far, I have Programmed the chips:
      28
      30
      31
      35
      37
      38
      Aren't you supposed to use 27C010s / 27C1001s? Or are you doubling the files? Still it might not work if higher address lines actually go to the sockets.
      Looking for:
      - 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."
      01010011 01000101 01000011 01010010 01000101 01010100 00100000 01001101 01000101 01001110 01010101 00100000 01000111 01010101 01011001
    • Apocalypse wrote:

      Max_Power wrote:

      Progress Update, I have purchased a Programmer,

      1. TL866II Plus
      2. 10Pcs x ST M27C2001

      So far, I have Programmed the chips:
      28
      30
      31
      35
      37
      38
      Aren't you supposed to use 27C010s / 27C1001s? Or are you doubling the files? Still it might not work if higher address lines actually go to the sockets.
      FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF....
    • Even if someone has roms marked as erased in an auction or site purchase you can't really trust it, you pretty much need to own at least a cheap eprom eraser like:

      ebay.com/itm/263829405120

      If you want to try a double size for your bigger roms after they are erased you can make their files at cmd prompt like:

      copy /b file.name + file.name doubled.bin

      You should be able to dump the roms you are replacing now though so we can see if it's an undumped hack.
    • Hey everyone, Thanks for the all the help, I really appreciate it. As stated before I am a complete noob/first timer on owning the arcade boards let alone fixing or identifying problems.

      I purchased another faulty Street Fighter WW board with Graphics problem.

      My "27C010s" Arrived, so I burned the 6 ROMs with TL866II Plus

      28, 30, 31, 35, 37 and 38

      Just curious, Do I need to burn "iob2.11d" and "c632b.ic1" ?

      Took the A-Board ROM1 from the new faulty board and boom "Street Fighter 2 World Warriors" is Alive.

      Its been 24 years since I last went to arcade to play the game. ...

      I also uploaded one of the ROM files to ROMident (romident.coinopflorida.com/) and it turns out the ROM that came with the board is


      Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (Thunder Edition bootleg, 910214 etc)

      Thanks again everyone for the help :) I will post pics of the boards :)