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Bally Electromechanical / Re: Beau plug
« Last post by David Walz on Today at 07:15:42 PM »
Dave, take a long nose pliers and slightly twist the flat part of the connecter making it a little thicker when inserted into the female side. The wizard.

Will try it out.
Well in this case we're talking about AVP machines and USB thumb drives, but if it works on CF cards too then great.
Bally Electromechanical / Re: Beau plug
« Last post by Pinballwizard55 on Today at 05:30:34 PM »
Dave, take a long nose pliers and slightly twist the flat part of the connecter making it a little thicker when inserted into the female side. The wizard.
WMS Williams Video / Re: hey I need help with cf cards
« Last post by coolwavepic on Today at 05:29:40 PM »
Where you from?
Normally I just go in, and physically remove 1 byte file folders.
They'e petty easy to spot on older, small capacity CF cards.
That usually restores the CF cards back to where it was before it was inseted into Windows based computer with an OS newer than Win7.
There's too many of these 1 byte files on these larger cards tho.  :banghead:
That program Retro Tech found should be much quicker and will definitely help restore a CF card I would imagine, I just haven't had a chance to run it yet.
Fair enough.  He posted a link for it, so I said his batch file.  I didn't necessarily mean he was the author of it, just that he possessed it and shared it.  I always like to give credit where credit is due, but it's not always easy to determine where something originally came from.  Sometimes it's that way intentionally, other times not.  Anyways thanks.

Sorry dyslexia made inside look like onside
Give RB's batch file a try and see if it works.

Thats my file.

Edit: correction its not even really mine in the sense that i made it the code was found on a random site. That specific file tho is mine added it to the file share drive thats been making its rounds through the community.
Not sure why this is posted in "New Users Read First"  :Scratch-Head:
This is likely why you have no replies.

Please post a photo of your machine so I can move it to the proper SIGMA topic board, either video or reel slot.
Thank you.
What are the base and gme numbers.? If I have a set I'll throw it in and see what I come up with.  I don't have the newer TITO board though, just Brian's earlier versions.
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