Difference between revisions of "Ghostlop (prototype)"

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Uses socketed EPROMs on the PROG board, and flash chips on adapter boards on the CHA. Has a piece of cardboard between the 2 boards to avoid shorts due to the fact that the adapter boards for the flash chips could cause some.
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The location test version uses socketed EPROMs on the PROG board, flash chips on adapter boards for the C ROMs and EPROMs for M1 and S1 on the CHA. It has a piece of cardboard between the 2 boards to avoid shorts because the socketed flash adapter boards are a bit too high and could get shorted with traces on the PROG board.
  
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Revision as of 10:19, 28 January 2019

General Info
USA Title Ghostlop (prototype)
Japanese Title Ghostlop (prototype)
European Title Ghostlop (prototype)
NGH 228
Developer Data East Corporation
Editor SNK
Meg count Unknown
TCRF page None

MVS Release

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Release date 1996
PROG Board PROGGSC
CHA Board CHA256
Protection Chip none
MAME romset ghostlop

AES Release : No

CD Release : No

The location test version uses socketed EPROMs on the PROG board, flash chips on adapter boards for the C ROMs and EPROMs for M1 and S1 on the CHA. It has a piece of cardboard between the 2 boards to avoid shorts because the socketed flash adapter boards are a bit too high and could get shorted with traces on the PROG board.

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