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« on: July 21, 2013, 02:41:41 PM »

I know there are AVP experts on this forum because I've read some of their posts. yes   Hail  However, it doesn't seem that the RAM clear / key procedures have been posted yet, so I thought I'd go ahead and add for future reference since it is slightly different from earlier Game King versions.  These procedures are for AVP 2.0 platform and may be the same for 2.5 and 3.0 (can someone confirm).  And of course, I wrote them in my usual "for dummies" style for dummies like me (even though I'm the only dummy on this forum - ha ha!).

RAM Clear, EEPROM Clear and Key

1.  Turn on machine, wait for full bootup.

2.  Open main door, release monitor latch (pull lever underneath) and swing out to access the brain box.

3.  Open brain box and insert USB eKey000007 in the USB slot.  The “IGT Game Program Selector” menu will display (see picture 1).

4.  Touch the package* for "Keychip 28" and touch Start Program button.

     a.  Message displays, “Are you sure you want to load this game image?” (see picture 1).  Touch Ok button.

     b.  Message displays, “Please remove the eKey to reset the machine” (see picture 2).  Remove the USB eKey.

5.  The machine will reboot again.  Wait for full boot-up, which will come to “IGT KEYCHIP PROM – KEY00028” menu (see picture 3).

6.  Choose the option to perform:

     a.  Touch the plus sign to expand RAM OPERATIONS sub-menu and then touch CLEAR ALL RAM to clear the RAM.

     b.  Touch the plus sign to expand EEPROM OPERATIONS sub-menu and then touch to clear the EEPROM.

     c.  Touch the asterisk sign next to KEYCHIP to key the machine.  You will be prompted to confirm.

     NOTE: Upon touching these options, the action is performed immediately and sometimes so quickly that you may not see it happen, so you may want to touch the option more than once to ensure the clear was successful.

7.  Reinsert the USB eKey000007 in the USB slot in the brain box.  The “IGT Game Program Selector” menu will display again (see picture 1).

8.  Touch the installed package for the game (not key28, but the package above it in the picture) you want to clear or key and touch Start Program button.  

     a.  Message displays, “Are you sure you want to load this game image?” (see picture 1).  Touch Ok.  The “Digital Glass Selection” menu displays (see picture 4).

9.  Choose your digital glass (see picture 4). **

     a.  Touch and hold the Page Down button to find the digital glass for your game.

     b.  Touch the glass for your game and touch Preview Glass button to view the digital glass in the upper monitor.

     c.  Touch "Save Configuration".  You will be prompted to remove the USB key (see picture 2).

10.  The machine will reboot again.  Wait for full boot-up.

11.  Depending on the game and options you chose, you may be prompted with messages such as “RAM ERROR, TURN JACKPOT RESET KEY TO CLEAR”, etc.  Turn Jackpot Reset key on side of cabinet to clear.  Repeat as necessary until the "KEYCHIP" menu displays.

12.  You should now be in the key menu for the game.  From here, setup your machine how you want it and then touch Exit KEYCHIP Menu (see existing posts on setting up various features in the Key Menu for Game King).

That's it!  Only took about 15 minutes to get to this point. rotflmao

* NOTE: Need to add instructions later if the keychip package is not installed.  Or, if someone else knows?  I'm guessing a CD or different eKey?

** NOTE: My next challenge is to figure out how to dynamically choose the digital glass based on the game you're playing.  I think I may need an "AI" package installed, but not sure.  Anyone know?  I suppose that's a different topic.




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« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2013, 02:48:11 PM »

Pictures 3 and 4


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