Re: Hey The Dumper(TxT

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This message was posted by The Dumper, posted on December 02, 2001 at 18:43:41 coming from 209.204.139
This message is a reply to Re: Hey The Dumper(TxT posted from Fat_Mike posted at December 02, 2001 at 18:14:13
SP720's are ESD protection devices. I fail to see why anyone would use them on a cart design at all unless the flash chips they were using were poorly designed and prone to ESD failure or they just didn't know what they were doing.

You should be able to use the cart without the SP720's (if it's usable at all).


> I just found out that I forgot to crack my cute ftp when I re-installed my system. The trial is over, so I will download a cracked version and will upload the pic after. The edge connector connection seem to be supposed to go in some IC labeled SP720AP, but those chip aren't there. Those chips seem to have been hand-removed, this is why I wanted to check if there was any game hided on the cart, but I guess it has nothing on it. Very weird cart indeed.

> Thanks alot,

> Mike

> > > Well, I have a licensed 32mbits flash cart with battery backup for the Genesis for quite some time and was wondering if there could be a way to either program it, or more likely, find some game on it. When I insert it in a genesis unit, nothing come up, so the cart must be empty, but when I opened it, I found out that there is no pins from the cart connector that go anywhere except for the ground if I remember well. I have some Hi-Res pic of the gut of the cart if you are interested in it.

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