(Topic ID: 165470)

William System CPU board options for High Speed

By dzrossi

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

Hi,

I got really excited and bought a high speed with corrossion damage on board. I thought since cpu and memory checks looked good I could get it working. I was wrong. I sent pictures to clive and I have been told the traces are to damaged to repaired. Rottendog does not make a replacement board and it looks like it is going to be very difficult to get first generation board. Looking for ideas and or options.

#2 5 years ago

Another option is to get a system 11B and stuff the missing sound parts in it. Then it will work for High Speed. Its not that much stuff nor anything top obsolete.

I dont have any right now, but i sold one about a year ago. So you can find one.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-fs-system-11-11a-11b-11c-mpu-works-100

#3 5 years ago

Post a picture of the MPU board damage here. Not to doubt Clive, but there might be someone who will take it on.
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#4 5 years ago
Quoted from ChrisHibler:

Post a picture of the MPU board damage here. Not to doubt Clive, but there might be someone who will take it on.
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sys 11 has to be the worst of the worst as far as fixing battery damage. Most boards orient the holder up and middle just ready to puke over the fine PIA traces, sound output plugs, display pull resistors, all sorts of important stuff. The traces are pretty delicate too.

Sys 11 with battery damage beyond the holder is typically rejected by me and I will do some roached out bally MPUs.

#5 5 years ago

Thanks for responses. I decided to purchase a refurbished board from Ed Cheung. I hope to publish a positive experience in the next week or two.

#6 5 years ago
Quoted from dzrossi:

I decided to purchase a refurbished board from Ed Cheung

Good seller. You'll have no worries with Ed's board.
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