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    Default AM27C400 on Ariel the Little Mermaid donor cart

    hey everyone i hope you're all well,

    with covid going on and me working from home (one of the good things about tech support) i have started buying and collecting games from my childhood as well as games that are broken and need fixing

    most of the time they just need a good clean or a trace fixed which is no problem, however i picked up the little mermaid for sega genesis as non working and found the mask rom to be bad

    so i decided to use this opportunity to use a programmer i got a while back to learn how to burn my own roms for testing or whatever

    well i finally managed to get a rom burned however i cannot find any info on what wires i need to run for my eprom to work and was wondering if anyone here could help?

    i look forward to any help or advice.

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    already read it and there was nothing in there about what to do with my specific eprom

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    Ask Jazz directly then (via PM). He is here quite often but may not see your thread.

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