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(Topic ID: 215060)

Converting 6 Digit Galaxy to 7 Digit QS - Classic Stern


By smileymatthew

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

Just about complete - except I just realized that Galaxy was a 6 digit game and QS is a 7. I'm "transplanting" a Quicksilver into a Galaxy Gab. I just had the QS playfield so I turned my beat galaxy into a QS, well almost. Have to do a few other things (like change the backbox door because displays are in different spots).

I put 7 Digit displays in from my Cheetah thinking I'd be good to go, but no such luck, then it hit me that Galaxy is a 6 digit game.

What's the best way or what do I need to do to get 7 Digit Scoring? Just one wire somewhere in each connector? I have an alltek in there now

#2 2 years ago

You're missing that one wire, yes. Though if you put in six digits they should work.

#3 2 years ago

http://www.pinball4you.ch/okaegi/pro_soft.html

http://www.pinball4you.ch/okaegi/pro_softgalx.html

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Add 7-digit displays for player 1 - 4, add version nummber, recalculate checksum
Installation notes:
1) replace the four player 6-digit displays with 7-digit displays (we test it with orignal bally displays..)
2) Add an additional wire fom A4 (mpu) J1 Pin 7 to every player display pin 12 (for bally displays, don't connect the credit display !).
If you use 7-digit stern displays connect J1 pin 7 to every player display pin 11.
3) burn the files on 2716 eproms

After power on you will see the version number in the player two display

#4 2 years ago

Excellent. In this case, the software I'm running is for Quicksilver, not for Galaxy - and I'm using the Alltek board, so really all I should have to do then is connect wires from J1 pin 7 to display pin 11.

It works fine currently with 6 Digit displays, that's what I'm using now

#5 2 years ago

Hi smileymatthew, (slightly off-topic) Did you get any assistance with your Lamp Board connector J4 as per your other thread?

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#6 2 years ago

I also have a Galaxy,and I think this is to much trouble!!! I know the game is easy,and I've got over 100000.many times,but what happens when you beat that???

#7 2 years ago
Quoted from klr650:

Hi smileymatthew, (slightly off-topic) Did you get any assistance with your Lamp Board connector J4 as per your other thread?

I did, thank you! Game is working 100% Just have to do this 7 Digit deal here!

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