I'd like to be the third one.
Is it possible to run Shadow dancer (since it uses a 68k and no MCU) on 5987 using this ROM positions and jumper settings?2) ROMs positions
Obvious for 5874 romboards, for 5987 use this conversion table:
Left OG position on 5874, right corresponding position on 5987
A6 -> A4
A5 -> A6
B1 -> B1
B2 -> B2
B3 -> B3
B11 -> B10
A11 -> A10
B10 -> B11
A10 -> A11
B9 -> B12
A9 -> A12
B8 -> B13
A8 -> A13
A4 -> B7
B4 -> B6
B5 -> B5
B6 -> B4
3) Jumpers settings
I knew this question was about to pop up.Is it possible to run Shadow dancer (since it uses a 68k and no MCU) on 5987 using this ROM positions and jumper settings?
The pattern you see on the video is the normal behaviour of the memory test. If at the end you get all good the board is ok. The moonwalker is one of the games that tests all the ram, some other titles don't.Thank you @Apocalypse for this present and @sk8er000 for your helpful infos.
Everything it's great , the only thing i didn't understand is in this video ->.
It's something wrong what i've done ? I tried the game till the 4th boss. All good ! Also in the test menu all good beside what happened in this video.
Here are some shots from what i've done during the conversion process.
On the solder side is : 171-5873
Thank you. Unfortunately MEGA is asking me for a decryption key that I don't have.