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Help: Alltek MPU Over Voltage (Memory Lane)


By westofrome

1 year ago



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#5 1 year ago

Are you getting any mpu green flashes? I had this Altek over-volt problem with my EBD, it (and this group) helped me get closer to nailing it down by powering the game up with a different connector unplugged each time, like on the lamp board, mpu etc. until I could get past the overvolt and boot up.

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