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    Sega Rally Championship Problem

    Hi All
    I installed 2 new atx in my twin cabinet as one was stuffed and the other I put into a 60 in 1 project I built
    i have attached a short vid showing the problem of the game trying to get going - any help or ideas would be great
    Thanks
    Mark

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    How did you connect the ATX power supply to the board? Can you post a photo?

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    Welcome to AA. Maybe introduce yourself first as it sometimes helps for people to know who they are dealing with and what skill level explanation to provide.

    Follow Womble... & check for 5.2v DC on the main PCB.

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    I am thinking you matched colour for colour on the wiring...
    You need to remember that a lot of older japanese electronics red and yellow are not the same as red and yellow on an atx power supply..
    Have you sent 12 v up the 5 volt rail

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