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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    Let me know how you go
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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    I’m assuming by the code on your Infinikey it’s a Japanese region board - do you definitely have the right program ROMs installed?
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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    I was actually about to reply about that - you really need to make sure that +5 isn’t making contact with that pad. Also your exposed wire is very long and may be causing issues with that nearby 245
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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    Can you take a photo of your Infinikey install?
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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    No, they’re all the same but older boards can be more difficult with key injection. Do you have the resistor installed on CN2 where the key writing wires are?
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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    Those settings are correct for the larger 42 pin DIP EPROMs but in your case that needs to be changed for the smaller sizes in those sockets Try this: Edit: sorry should be OSSOOSSO OSSOOSSO
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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    Can you take some photos of your current jumper settings and send them through?
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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    Ok so MAME says 19xx uses a combination of 4mbit and 16mbit mask ROMs in alternating sockets and 16mbit sound ROMs in sockets 11/12 13 - 4mbit 14 - 16mbit 15 - 4mbit 16 - 16mbit etc Can you confirm it was an E PAL? I’ve never seen an E before and F sounds correct because it’s running 16mbit...
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    The Definitive Guide to CPS2 Conversions

    I saw your post on Facebook :) Which PAL do you have installed on the board? You not only need to have the jumpers set correctly for the ROM sizes you want but the correct PAL for addressing
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    The Definitive Guide to Fixing Your CPS2 Multi Kit

    Aldo is great, he will get you sorted - hopefully the new PAL gets you up and running :)
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    Games with Issues

    I have an original Super Spy cart I can test with if you need a comparison
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    The Definitive Guide to Fixing Your CPS2 Multi Kit

    buyicnow.com are the Chinese supplier. They do all kinds of ICs and program for a small fee Very reasonable prices and good to deal with
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    The Definitive Guide to Fixing Your CPS2 Multi Kit

    I don’t think rev 6 would need the PAL jumper. It’s even more strange that Super SF2 and Turbo both work. Super SF2 uses the no letter PAL and Turbo uses a…. B? I think? If Super Turbo runs correctly could you please try one or more of the other B PAL games and see what they do: Dungeons and...
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    The Definitive Guide to Fixing Your CPS2 Multi Kit

    Which revision is your B board?
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    Large arcade collection for sale

    All of the EPROMs have Texas Instruments logo foil stickers on them. I can confirm my Truxton and the several others I have seen have the same layout - this one just has the text missing on the labels which has probably worn off
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    The Definitive Guide to Fixing Your CPS2 Multi Kit

    Disassembling the multi and reinstalling
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    The Definitive Guide to Fixing Your CPS2 Multi Kit

    Try reseating your multi kit on the B board and your A and B boards
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    The Definitive Guide to Fixing Your CPS2 Multi Kit

    That’s a common issue, you need to reset the volume settings. Press and hold the volume down button while powering up the board until the splash screen appears
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    The Definitive Guide to Fixing Your CPS2 Multi Kit

    Can you mount the multi kit on one of your other A boards? Could be a stuck test mode button?
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    Yes! Yes I would like to buy a MV4-FT2 for $20 - that sounds like a perfectly sensible idea.

    Backup RAM is a very common fault on MVS boards. I’ve also had the HC32 die but mostly on MV1B boards Fast video RAM is a very common failure. If it’s working now, I’d recommend socketing it. I did on all the 4 slots I repaired because it is a very common failure. It’s 2x 6264 SRAMs, very...
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