RE: RE: RE: Fluke 9010a question

From: James Bright <>
Date: Sat Jan 24 2004 - 16:53:42 EST

Williams is a PITA too ... You have to make a cut. When I was doing
those, I was trying to ignore reset in software. It worked mostly... but
I disliked working on them so much that I didn't spend too much time on


--James Bright
Restored Arcade Games for your Home

> -----Original Message-----
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> Nor are many systems as easy to disable as Atari. On Pac Man Midway
> instructs you cut a trace or a pin to do it manually.
> Gorf is a similar example of what James B is refering to, it has a
> to
> select a section of RAM. That latch is also tied to the /RESET so you
> test everything else fine by ignoring the /Resetting of the UUT but
> that
> section of RAM.
> Kev

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