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I updated the files in the download section to support the latest pinmame 2.8
and dmddevice.dll. You also need pin2dmd firmware 2.36

 

This patch is for V-Pins only. For real pinball machines you need to have the pinballbrowser PBM file from the author to patch it for the serial number of your machine.

You also need a serial connection from the controller to the SAM board. For V3 shields you need a cable from pinheader to SUB-D9 connector. For older shields you need a TTL converter from eBay and connect it to these pins.

B6 - USART1 TX to Max232
B7 - USART1 RX to Max232

Search for DB9 TTL on eBay 

For the macro files please contact the author

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/metallica-owners-thread/page/186#post-3573026https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/metallica-owners-thread/page/186#post-3573026

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I try to colorize a stern sam for the first time. Does this file works with a metallica limited edition ? And in general does pro roms can works in limited edition games

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On ‎12‎/‎27‎/‎2016 at 4:32 PM, lucky1 said:

I updated the files in the download section to support the latest pinmame 2.8
and dmddevice.dll. You also need pin2dmd firmware 2.36

 

This patch is for V-Pins only. For real pinball machines you need to have the pinballbrowser PBM file from the author to patch it for the serial number of your machine.

You also need a serial connection from the controller to the SAM board. For V3 shields you need a cable from pinheader to SUB-D9 connector. For older shields you need a TTL converter from eBay and connect it to these pins.

B6 - USART1 TX to Max232
B7 - USART1 RX to Max232

Search for DB9 TTL on eBay 

For the macro files please contact the author

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/metallica-owners-thread/page/186#post-3573026https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/metallica-owners-thread/page/186#post-3573026

Can you help me understand B6 and B7? are these on the stm controller connector? what about GND and VCC for the adapter? I can figure out ground obviously but is VCC not required? thank you,

 

-Tom

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This is only needed if you have a V1 or V2 shield. V3 already has the Max232 onboard. B6 and B7 are the pins on the Discovery board. VCC and GND you can connect to +5V supply voltage of your panels.

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