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Date Posted: 20:10:54 04/22/07 Sun
On a game change, clearing the 61 code that goes to a corrupt eprom code is frustrating. I am advised tha some game eproms require turning the reset key more than once to clear the bad eprom code. Mine comes up that way each time, not text book at all; but turning the reset key a given number of times takes the bad code away..my eproms are not corrupted even though it says so in the error code.
You can also try a ram clear, that usually fixes it; If you don't have a clear chip, carefully remove the CMOS Chip and ground out all the pins on a piece of metal; then reinstall it; ram should clear. Good luck!
>> It should be on the back of the Power On/Off Switch
>>casing, or on the Power Supply itself in the front.
>>(probably left hand side)- check behind the power
>>on/off switch first! >
>>> I cannot find the switch test button on my IGT. It
>>>generally near the power on/off button but not on my
>>> I need to find that switch to change my game kit.
>>> Thank you.
> Thank you, I've found it.
>However, I swapped the game kits, After the 61.1 code,
>I got 65.1 when I tirn the reset key... Any idea?