(Topic ID: 86333)

A (real) high score reset?


By nibre

6 years ago



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#1 6 years ago

On my BSD it is possible to clear the high scores via menu U.3.

But how do I reset/remove the "built-in" high scores (BSO 250,000,000 ... etc)?

#2 6 years ago

Play really well and push the other scores off the list

faz

#3 6 years ago

A4.11 to A4.14 H.S.T.D. backup scores 1-4. Value range 00-999,000,000
Page 1-37 in the manual.

#4 6 years ago

Thanks!

#5 6 years ago

I changed the values of A4.11 to A4.14 but the factory settings didn't change. The remained BSO 250,000,000 ... etc.

#6 6 years ago
Quoted from nibre:

I changed the values of A4.11 to A4.14 but the factory settings didn't change. The remained BSO 250,000,000 ... etc.

Offhand, I know that on Williams System 11s after changing the default settings and saving them to memory, you have to also press the High Score reset button. Looks to me like U.3 in the utilities menu (manual page 1-18) is probably the same function? I don't have a BSD to confirm

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