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Your coin op video game most likely has electronics that are deteriorating due to age and dust. It's actually a pretty common occurrence with older coin op machines. Components like capacitors degrade over time and eventually the electrolyte leaks out, contaminates the PCB, and the analog and power support circuits fail. The dust that builds up on the PCBs absorbs moisture from the air over time and can eventually bridge electrical contacts causing shorts that can lead to all kinds of problems.
Your best option IMO is to simply look for a local arcade and coin op machine repair service. The Internet should be a good place to start. If you are still having difficulty finding someone to repair it, simply ask around at any arcade or other location near you that has coin op machines and they should be able to point you to people who repair them.

Namco Ms. Pacman... | Answered on Oct 13, 2017


ok..... prob should so that.. lol, sorry about ur data, it use to **** when mines get corrupted, try not to move the mem card around that much... even doe it is flash data, ps2 mem cards seems to , corrupt a lot when thay are moved around a bit and pushed in and out of the console...

Namco Tekken 5 | Answered on Dec 16, 2016


Welcome to windows !!! to say that windows isn't really a good platform for gamers is an understatement !! if your really wanting to play this game , if you have the means !! use a separate machine just for games (you can store as many as u like on it ) but only run one at a time , and do not install antivrus or any other background running program (adobe,x-10 ,etc) this will allow the processor to use more of its time to run game , and less on other stuff !! if game runs at all it's probably not a config error , but instead a too busy cashe buffer or processor

Namco SRS Street... | Answered on Oct 10, 2016

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