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Re: Golden Axe Repair Log
« Reply #15 on: May 05, 2010, 08:27:43 PM »
OK will do skip.

Main text and graphics (copy & paste links so far) are up for the Golden Axe board.


D'oh .. realised why the pics weren't showing.  Damn Wiki syntax being different from Atari Forum Wiki and my own TWiki knowledge ... *standards!* :)

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Re: Golden Axe Repair Log
« Reply #16 on: May 05, 2010, 08:30:47 PM »
Looks good mike :)

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Re: Golden Axe Repair Log
« Reply #17 on: August 12, 2010, 10:45:28 PM »
Hi,

I have the same System16B board as you running Set 1 World Golden Axe and have a dead suicide battery (top off and wires broken when I bought it).
I have replaced the FD1094 317-0110 with a standard 10Mhz 68000 CPU.
I have tried installing the 8751 with the 317-123a code and the matching main program ROM's, but there is no good dump of the 8751 code that I can find.

I noticed from your repair log that you replaced the two main program CPU ROMs. I suppose the ones marked EPR-12388 and EPR-12389 with decrypted versions?

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"To rule out any suicide crazyness I also removed the CPU block, installed the 2 decrypted EPROMs and a standard 10MHz 68000 CPU."
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I have the ability to program the ROM's, but cannot seem to locate the decrypted versions anywhere.

Is there any way you could help me with locating these decrypted dumps? I would love to get this board back to life in my cab.


Thanks


Jonathan