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NEW! Williams System 3-7 In-Game Test ROMs


By pincoder

1 year ago



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#66 1 year ago

Does this work with Hans's single rom adapter? Would be great if it did, I eliminated sockets on my boards
and would be nice to easily reprogram a single chip with this and then easily revert to the entire code of game with just one chip. I know this is still one chip but this way I can burn it in the 2764 and then reburn it for the game code and not have to order and stock other chips OR sockets

#68 1 year ago

How about one at a time? On a 2764 which is what that board is built to use. Could I do it? Should I quadruple them? Or maybe fill free space with zeroes to offset it correctly?

#69 1 year ago

It does specifically use a 2764 not the one you said

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