(Topic ID: 206682)

Williams Flash High Score

By ChicagoPinReplay

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

Hello everyone,

I apologize if this is a newbie issue that I am simply overlooking something on but I have a question about the high score on my recently purchased Flash. The machine always displays the high score as 550,000 which I know is the default setting on the "current high score to date" and "backup high score to date". The issue (maybe not) I am having is that we have surpassed that score many times and it always goes back to displaying 550,000 as the current high score. It will not display/save the new high score that we achieved. The batteries were recently replaced and all of the settings we had previously set stay saved. The only settings we changed was setting to free play and enableing the background sound. Am I missing something? Any insight is greatly appreciated!

#2 4 years ago

Just wondering- did it give the totally different sound when you surpassed the previous high score?

#3 4 years ago
Quoted from browbeeter:

Just wondering- did it give the totally different sound when you surpassed the previous high score?

No I do not remember it doing so on any of the occasions to be honest. It just keeps displaying 550,000 as the high score reguardless of how far we surpass it.

#4 4 years ago

Could it have something to do w/function 26, note #8?

(See this site for the handbook- http://mirror2.ipdb.org/files/871/Williams_1979_Flash_Operators_Handbook.pdf).

#5 4 years ago
Quoted from browbeeter:

Could it have something to do w/function 26, note #8?
(See this site for the handbook- http://mirror2.ipdb.org/files/871/Williams_1979_Flash_Operators_Handbook.pdf).

Interesting. I must have overlooked that on the adjustments table. I will play with it and see what comes of it. Thank you very much!

#6 4 years ago

Also, function 13 might wrongly be set to 0, per note #5.

#7 4 years ago
Quoted from browbeeter:

Also, function 13 might wrongly be set to 0, per note #5.

I really appreciate the assistance. As soon as I get home this evening I am going to double check the settings and will advise on my findings.

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