Let me start by saying that I'm a novice at board work having repaired the MPU in my Gameplan machine and replaced a few components and connectors in a Williams Sys 6. I'm more of a parts changer than technician.
I came into a eprom eraser and burner awhile back complete with a laptop and software to run it. BPM BP1200 programmer running BPWin software. I'm attempting to fix an EBDLE that had the wrong mpu (out of "Hot Dogging") .the mpu had the original 9316 masked rooms and booted but obviously wouldn't work right. So I rejumpered the board for 2732s and downloaded ROM images from ActionPinball, erased my chips, verified they were blank, burned the files onto the 2732s, verified the chip contents matched the buffer and installed the chips and the board and... Nothing. Just one flicker on power up. I've combed over my jumper work and checked it against a couple different sources and it matches up.(and my solder work looks better too) I'be pulled the EPROMs and read them, verifying they match the downloaded file inthe buffer. I burned a second set of EPROMs. Is there a variable in setting up the burner software I'm missing ? If the file on the chip matches the file I downloaded it should work, no? My next step iss to order a ROM set and plug them in to see if it's in the programming or in my board jumpers. I may read the new chips when they come in just to see if they match what I've already done. Ideas?