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FRICTION CONVERSION KIT
CONVERSION KIT MANUAL
VERSION: 1.0.1
CAUTION:
- The specifications of this product are subject to change without notice.
- The content of this game, hardware devices and design are protected under
each federal law concerning patent, copyright and other intellectual properties.
- Unauthorized reproduction of this document or any of its contents is strictly
prohibited.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety instructions apply to all operators and service personnel. Read these instructions before
attempting to convert an arcade cabinet with the Friction Conversion Kit. Other safety instructions
are outlined throughout the manual.
TRANSPORTING THE VIDEO ARCADE MACHINE (VAM)
The Video Arcade Machine (VAM) is composed of fragile glass and electronic
components. Use appropriate care and avoid rough handling when transporting the VAM.
DISCONNECT POWER
ALWAYS turn the POWER OFF and disconnect the POWER CABLE when servicing the VAM.
Installing or servicing electrical components with the POWER ON can potentially damage them.
AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK
To help prevent electric shock, plug the VAM into a properly grounded power source. Power
cables are equipped with 3-prong plugs to help ensure proper grounding. Do not use adapter
plugs or remove the grounding prong from the power cable. If you must use an extension cable,
use a 3-wire cable with properly grounded plugs.
CHECK POWER SELECTOR SWITCH
Ensure that the power selector switch on the back of the computer is set to match the AC power
in use at your location:
- 115 volts / 60Hz in most of North and South America and some Far Eastern
countries such as Japan, South Korea and Taiwan
- 230 volts / 50Hz in most of Europe, the Middle East and the Far East
CHECK PC INTERNAL COMPONENTS
During shipping, the PC internal components may have become loose. Check that all
components such as the video card, CPU fan and memory sticks are securely attached.
HANDLE THE PC WITH CARE
The PC contains sensitive electrical components such as a video card and hard drive. Avoid
rough handling of the PC. Call technical support before attempting to service the PC internal
components.
WARNING:
Friction Game Studios LLC and Coast to Coast Entertainment assume no liability for any
damages or injuries incurred while installing or maintaining the unit. As such, only qualified
service personnel should perform any installation and maintenance.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Friction is intended for indoor use only. Be sure to keep the cabinet dry and maintain operating
temperatures of 10-40 °C or 50-104 °F
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION ……………………………………………………………… 4
SECTION 2: INSTALLATION PROCEDURE …………………………………………….. 5
SECTION 3: OPERATOR CONSOLE …………………………………………………….. 16
SECTION 4: TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE …………………………………………….. 27
SECTION 5: PARTS ………………………………………………………………………… 29
SECTION 6: HARD DRIVE RECOVERY …………………………………………………. 30
SECTION 7: BIOS …………………………………………………………………………… 31
SECTION 8: JAMMA PINOUT …………………………………………………………….. 32
SECTION 9: TECHNICAL SUPPORT ……………………………………………………. 33
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SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION
Please read this manual carefully before you begin the installation process. The conversion
procedure should be performed only by an experienced technician. Since cabinet styles vary
widely, the steps outlined in this manual should be used as general guidelines for the conversion
procedure. Your steps may vary especially if you are converting a non-shooting game. Please
read all instructions before beginning the conversion and follow all precautions outlined in this
document.
1.1 CONVERSION REQUIREMENTS
For a successful conversion, the cabinet must have the following in working condition:
- existing wiring harness
- AC power distribution
- +5/+12 VDC power supply
- left and right audio speakers
- VGA, EGA (medium resolution) or CGA (low resolution) CRT monitor
- control panel with 2 working start buttons and enough room to mount 2 light guns
- 2 working coin mechs
Please ensure that all of the above are in good working order as this will ensure a successful
Friction Conversion Kit installation.
1.2 REQUIRED TOOLS
- Phillips screw driver
- Drill
- Wire snips
- Assorted cable ties and/or clips for securing wires
- Depending on modifications needed, you may need the following Drill Bits: 7/32", 1/4", 1-1/8",
1-1/2"
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SECTION 2: INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
2.1 CLEAN CABINET AND REMOVE OLD HARDWARE
[1] Turn POWER OFF and disconnect the AC power cord
[2] Remove old boards from the cabinet. Keep the existing wiring harness and
power supply (+5, +12 Volt DC switching)
[3] Ensure that the interior of the cabinet is free of loose debris and exposed wiring
2.2 INSTALL AC POWER STRIP
[1] Route your existing cabinet power cord to the inside of the cabinet and connect it to a power
strip (not included in the kit)
[2] Route the power cord from the power strip out of the cabinet. This will now be the cabinet
power cord
[3] Secure the power strip inside the cabinet using either two screw-mounted cable ties or a strip
of adhesive Velcro.
2.3 CONTROL PANEL MODIFICATIONS
[1] Remove the existing guns from the control panel if they are present. Use the guns provided
with the kit.
[2] If guns are not present with the cabinet drill holes to mount the guns and holsters included in
the kit
[3] If the control panel does not have buttons, drill a hole in a central location of the control panel
for the Player 1 and Player 2 start buttons
[4] Install the new Player 1 and Player 2 Start buttons and micro switches, and connect them to
the control panel
[5] Secure the cabinet end of the gun / hose assembly to the cabinet with three carriage bolts.
[6] Secure the gun holsters to the control panel one on each side, right and left
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Figure 1. Start Button Connections
Figure 2. Installed Control Panel
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Figure 3. Gun Mounting Plates Attached
2.4 INSTALL THE PC
The computer comes with the Friction software pre-installed. When the PC is powered up the
system will automatically load and begin playing the game.
[1] Place the computer so that you can reach the rear computer panel through the back door of
the arcade cabinet.
[2] If possible place the computer against a side wall and ensure that the power supply at the
back of the computer is not obscured. If necessary, you can place packing foam under and at
the side of the computer for extra protection
[3] If necessary secure the computer using L brackets and\or using a mounting strap with two
#10 x 3/4" wood screws with fender washers. Do NOT screw fasteners into the computer.
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2.5 INSTALL THE CRTGUN PCB AND WIRE CONNECTIONS
The CRTGUN PCB handles the input from the optical guns, player start buttons, coin mechs as
well as providing a sound amplifier for the arcade cabinet speakers.
Figure 4. CRTGUN PC I\O Board
[1] The PCB uses +5 and +12 VDC power to run the sound amplifier. You can power the PCB by
using the cabinet’s VDC power supply or by connecting to the computer’s internal power
supply through a 4-pin power connector. A 4-pin PC Power Connector (pictured below)
extension cable is included with the kit.
Red
Black
Black
Yellow
-- +5V
– GROUND
– GROUND
-- +12V
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Figure 5. J1 4-Pin Power Connector
[2] Set the Video Mode DIP switch on the PCB to match your monitor, as shown in the table
below:
DISPLAY RESOLUTION
VGA (640x480)
EGA (512x384)
CGA (320x240)
DIPSW1
ON
OFF
OFF
DIPSW2
OFF
ON
OFF
Instructions are also etched on the board describing how to set the switches.
Figure 6. Video Jumper DIP switch
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[3] Find a good location in the cabinet to mount the CRTGUN PCB. Make sure that the PCB is
placed such that the wiring harness can be properly connected to the components in the
arcade cabinet. Ensure that the CRTGUN PCB is not exposed to excessive heat.
[4] Connect the included USB cable to the CRTGUN PCB. Connect the other end of the cable to
an available USB port at the back of the computer.
Figure 7. USB PORT
[5] Attach the 10 pin Molex connector included in the kit to J7 on the I\O board. This handles the
input of the player start buttons, the test button as well as the coin mechs. Refer to the image
below to locate where to attach the button wiring harness.
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The image below describes the pin layout of the 10 pin Molex connector.
Figure 8. 10 Pin Molex connector pin layout
[6] Connect Gun 1 to pins 1-4 J3 – Gun--1 of the CRTGUN PCB
[7] Connect Gun 2 to pins 1-4 J4 – Gun—2 of the CRTGUN PCB
Figure 9. J3-J4 Gun pins
Figure 10. Guns Connected to CRTGUN PCB
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[8] Connect the 3.5 mm audio cable from the Green audio out port on the computer to
J16 – Audio-In on the CRTGUN PCB.
Figure 11. J16 – AUDIO IN on CRTGUN PCB
Figure 12. PC Green AUDIO OUT Port
[9] Connect the 4 pin speaker harness to J17 on the CRTGUN PCB. The pins on the I\O
board PCB are labeled Speaker: L+ L- R- R+
Figure 13. J17 Speaker Pinouts
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[10] Connect the video monitors to the CRTGUN PCB as well as the PC VGA port on the back of
the computer.
For VGA monitors perform the following steps:
- Connect the included VGA cable to from the computer VGA Port to J13 – Video In
- Take the VGA monitor cable and connect it to J12 – Video Out
- Please refer to the images below to locate the VGA ports on the PC and I\O PCB board
Figure 14. VGA ports on CRTGUN PCB
Figure 15. PC VGA Port
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For CGA \ EGA monitors perform the following steps:
- Connect the included VGA cable to from the computer VGA Port to J13 – Video In
(Refer to Figure 14 and Figure 15 above)
- Place a jumper on J19, this provides video amplification to the VGA signal coming
in from the PC
Figure 16. J19 Jumper Location
- Connect the video signals from the CGA\EGA monitor to J18 on the CRTGUN PCB board
The video signal pinouts are outlined in the image below.
Figure 17. CGA\EGA video pinout and connections
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Figure 18. CGA\EGA pinout
2.6 INSTALL THE MARQUEE ARTWORK
[1] Remove the screws that hold the marquee glass and artwork to the cabinet and remove the
glass and old artwork.
[2] Clean both sides of the marquee glass.
[3] Use the glass as a guide to trim the graphic to fit the marquee.
[4] Re-install the glass with the new Friction marquee graphic, and re-install the marquee atop the
arcade cabinet
2.7 POWER ON AND TEST THE ARCADE CABINET
Note: Before powering ON the cabinet for the first time, please verify that all connections are
correct and secure.
[1] Connect the AC power cord from the power strip to an AC outlet. Power ON the arcade
cabinet and verify that the Attract Mode starts and runs properly.
Note: If you have are running on an EGA or CGA monitor, the image will be scrambled until
the Attract Mode begins.
[2] Press the Test button to open the OPERATOR MENU. Select DIAGNOSTICSGUN
CALIBRATION and follow the instructions in Section 3.7.2 of this manual to calibrate the
guns.
[3] Select CONTROLS from the DIAGNOSTICS menu. Press each button and test each coin
input. Verify that the correct button activates onscreen. If a button is not working, or the wrong
onscreen button responds, make sure the wires are connected correctly.
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[4] Play a game in both single player and two player modes to verify that the game is functioning
properly.
[5] Select GAME SETTINGS, COIN SETTINGS, and CLOCK SETTINGS from the OPERATOR
CONSOLE to set time, volume, pricing and game play related features.
SECTION 3: OPERATOR CONSOLE
To access the operator menu press the Test Button
MENU NAVIGATION
BUTTON
Test Button
Player 1 \ Player 2 Buttons
ACTION
Cycle Through Menu Options
Select\Change Menu Option
SECTION 3.1: MAIN MENU
The MAIN MENU appears once the Test Button is pressed
Press the Test Button to cycle through the menu options.
Press the Player 1 or Player 2 Button to select a specific menu option.
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SECTION 3.2: GAME SETTINGS
MENU
GAME VOLUME
ATTRACT VOLUME
RESET HIGH SCORES
GAME BRIGHTNESS
GORE
RESET SETTINGS
EXIT AND SAVE SETTINGS
DESCRIPTION
In game volume
Attract mode volume
Select high scores reset option
Change in game screen brightness
Gore setting (Game reboots if changed)
Reset game settings to factory defaults
Exit to Main Menu
NOTE:
If GORE settings are changed the machine will auto reboot in order for settings to take effect
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SECTION 3.3: COIN SETTINGS
MENU
CURRENCY TYPE
COINS PER PLAY
COINS PER CONTINUE
COINS PER MECH 1
COINS PER MECH 2
SERVICE CREDITS
EXIT AND SAVE SETTINGS
DESCRIPTION
COIN, CARD or GENERIC CREDIT
Number of coins to play the game (0 for FREE PLAY)
Number of coins to continue
Coin ticks per coin drop on MECH 1
Coin ticks per coin drop on MECH 2
Operator service credits
Exit to MAIN MENU and save settings
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SECTION 3.4: CLOCK SETTINGS
MENU
SET CLOCK
DAILY MAINTENANCE
EXIT AND SAVE SETTINGS
DESCRIPTION
Set day and system time
Set daily maintenance time
Exit to MAIN MENU and save settings
NOTE:
Setting the DAILY MAINTENANCE time will reboot the system at the selected time. For this to
happen the game must be running in attract mode for a couple of minutes after the daily
maintenance time is reached. If the game is being played during the daily maintenance time, the
system will reboot once the game is finished and has gone back to running attract mode for
several minutes. This feature can also be disabled so as to not have the game reboot at a
specific time.
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SECTION 3.5: COLLECTIONS
MENU
MECH 1 COINS
MECH 2 COINS
SERVICE CREDITS
EXIT MENU
DESCRIPTION
Number of coins dropped in MECH 1
Number of coins dropped in MECH 2
Total number of service credits given out
Exit to MAIN MENU
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SECTION 3.6: GAME STATISTICS
MENU
TOTAL STARTS
TOTAL PLAYS
TOTAL CONTINUES
AVERAGE PLAY TIME
RESET STATISTICS
EXIT AND SAVE SETTINGS
DESCRIPTION
Total times the system has been powered up
Total times the game has been played
Total times the game has been continued
Average play time
Reset game statistics
Save settings and exit to MAIN MENU
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SECTION 3.7: DIAGNOSTICS
MENU
CONTROLS
GUN CALIBRATION
EXIT MENU
DESCRIPTION
Controls sub menu
Gun calibration sub menu
Exit to main menu
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SECTION 3.7.1: CONTROLS
Use the CONTROLS diagnostic menu to ensure proper operation of arcade cabinet input
devices.
MENU
GUN 1 TRIGGER
GUN 2 TRIGGER
COIN 1
COIN 2
START BUTTON 1
START BUTTON 2
EXIT MENU
DESCRIPTION
Gun 1 trigger status
Gun 2 trigger status
Coin Mech 1 status
Coin Mech 2 status
Player 1 start button status
Player 2 start button status
Exit to DIAGNOSTICS screen
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SECTION 3.7.2: GUN CALIBRATION
MENU
CALIBRATE GUN 1
CALIBRATE GUN 2
GUN SETTINGS
EXIT
DESCRIPTION
Calibrate gun 1
Calibrate gun 2
Global gun settings
Exit to DIAGNOSTICS menu
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SECTION 3.8: GUN CALIBRATION
Each gun can be calibrated individually by making the appropriate selection in the GUN
CALIBRATION menu. Once a selection is made, the operator is taken to a screen where the
current calibration of the optical gun can be tested.
The operator can exit the screen at any time by pressing either of the player START buttons. To
calibrate the gun, the operator needs to pull the trigger on the gun while the barrel is directly
facing the screen.
A series of screens will appear with a target that the operator must aim at. Place the barrel of the
gun directly facing each of the targets and pull the trigger. The images below show the 3 different
targets that must be aimed at in order to properly calibrate the light gun.
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Once all 3 targets are displayed, a screen will appear where the operator can confirm that the
guns are calibrated properly. The operator can leave this screen by aiming away from the screen
and pulling the trigger, or by pressing any of the player START buttons.
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SECTION 4: TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Two images on monitor
CGA monitor is running in
VGA mode
Video is blurry or too bright
and washed out
J19 video jumper not installed
on CGA\EGA monitor
Picture color is poor
Color needs adjustment
Picture geometry is misaligned
Geometry needs adjustment
Monitor connected to wrong
port
Poor picture
Settings need adjustment
“No Signal” message
Video cable not secure
PC not turned ON
Power problem
Loose or faulty video cable
No picture on monitor
Loose or faulty video card
SOLUTION
Check jumper on CRTGUN
PCB and set them to CGA
mode
For CGA and EGA monitors,
install a jumper on J19 of the
CRTGUN PCB
Use the monitor remote
control board to adjust red,
green, and blue color settings
Use the monitor remote
control board to adjust the
picture height and width and
other geometry
The monitor must be
connected to the VGA port on
the video card, NOT to the
video port in the computer
motherboard. Ensure that the
monitor video cable is
connected to the VGA port
located below the audio
connectors.
Use the monitor remote
control board to adjust the
monitor
Check and secure the video
connector
Turn ON power to the PC
Check the AC power
connection to the monitor You
can verify that the monitor has
power by looking for a small
glow in the neck of the CRT
Verify that the video cable is
firmly connected from the
monitor
When the computer boots up,
it performs a PC self
diagnostic test. If you hear 3
beeps from the computer, this
indicates a problem with the
video card. If the video card is
faulty, contact Technical
Support
No video and no audio
[Note: The game
takes about 2-3 minutes to
boot]
No power to computer
Verify the computer is ON by
the LED on the front of the
computer. Verify the line
voltage switch on the back of
the computer is set to the
correct voltage for your area:
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or 230V. Make sure the
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Corrupted software
Faulty hard drive
Volume set too low
Faulty wiring
No audio
Blown speakers
Faulty audio amp on CRTGUN
PCB
No power to CRTGUN PCB
Faulty wiring
Buttons and Guns do not work
Faulty CRTGUN PCB
Faulty USB cable
Faulty wiring
One or both guns do not work
Faulty USB cable
Bad trigger switch
Faulty CRTGUN PCB
AC power cord is firmly
connected to the computer
Reload the software. If you
continue to have problems,
you may have a faulty hard
drive.
If you continue to have
problems after you reload the
software, you may have a
faulty hard drive. Contact
Technical Support
Enter the operator menu to
ensure the game volume is set
high enough.
Turn off the game. Verify that
all the audio wires are firmly
connected to the speakers and
CRTGUN PCB. Verify that
each wire is connected to the
correct port. Verify that no
wires are frayed or improperly
shorting to ground.
Remove the grills and inspect
each speaker for visible
damage
To verify audio is working at
the computer, connect stereo
headphones to the computer
audio port. You can test the
PCB by connecting it in
another cabinet
Check the +5/+12 VDC
connection to the PCB
Disconnect the cabinet from
AC power. Verify that all wires
are firmly connected to each
button and the CRTGUN PCB.
Verify that no wires are frayed
or improperly shorting to
ground.
Make sure that all connections
to the PCB are secure.
Replace USB cable. Try a
different computer USB port.
Disconnect the cabinet from
AC power. Verify that all wires
are firmly connected from the
gun to the CRTGUN PCB.
Verify that no wires are frayed
or improperly
shorting to ground
Replace USB cable. Try a
different computer USB port.
Replace trigger switch.
Make sure that all connections
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Guns do not aim properly
Erratic gun performance or
gunfire does not
register
Guns out of calibration
Monitor glass dirty or
poorly adjusted
Dirty or damaged lens in the
gun
Damaged cables
to the PCB are secure. Test
with known good PCB.
Calibrate guns from Operator
Menu
Clean the glass display shield
and monitor. Adjust monitor so
picture is sharp with good
contrast and color.
Clean or replace the lens in
the gun barrel
Inspect the gun cables and
replace if necessary
Warning: Do not connect or disconnect any cables or connectors on this game with the power
on. This could potentially damage the game.
SECTION 5: PARTS
PART DESCRIPTION
POWER CABLE
FOXCONN COMPUTER CASE
INTEL PENTIUM 2.8GHZ DUAL CORE (E5500)
G41D3 MOTHERBOARD (BIOSTAR)
NVIDIA GT210 512MB DDR3
160GB HARD DRIVE (7200 RPM)
2 GB RAM (1333)
350W POWER SUPPLY
FRONT MARQUEE GRAPHIC
CRTGUN PC I\O BOARD
BUTTON WIRING HARNESS
SPEAKER WIRING HARNESS
CRTGUN PC I\O BOARD POWER WIRING HARNESS
AUDIO CABLE
USB CABLE
VGA CABLE
CGA\EGA JUMPER
GUN ASSEMBLY
HOLSTER
FRICTION KIT DVD
FRICTION KIT DOCUMENTATION
USB HDD RECOVERY FLASH DRIVE
PART NUMBER
CBL-0001-00
CPU-0001-00
CPU-0002-00
CPU-0003-00
CPU-0004-00
CPU-0005-00
CPU-0006-00
CPU-0007-00
GRA-0001-00
CPU-0008-00
CBL-0002-00
CBL-0003-00
CBL-0004-00
CBL-0005-00
CBL-0006-00
CBL-0007-00
CON-0001-00
ELC-0001-00
ELC-0002-00
DVD-0001-00
GRA-0002-00
CPU-0009-00
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SECTION 6: HARD DRIVE RECOVERY
NOTE: Friction is shipped with a recovery USB flash disk. Hard drives can occasionally fail for
various reasons. Please follow the procedures outlined below if a disk failure should occur. Use
extreme care and follow all safety procedures outlined in this manual when attempting to restore
the computer hard drive. Avoid rough handling of the PC components and the USB flash disk
The following symptoms may indicate a possible failed hard drive:
- The game fails to finish loading
- A BIOS boot error message is displayed when the game is powered on or reset
- Erratic game play and\or attract mode
HARD DRIVE RECOVERY PROCEDURE
[1] Turn the game OFF
[2] Connect the USB recovery flash drive to an available USB port on the back of the PC
[3] Connect a keyboard to the PS/2 port or to an available USB port. The keyboard will be used to
set the BIOS settings to boot from the flash drive.
Note: If you are connected to a CGA\EGA monitor please follow the SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CGA\EGA MONITORS in Section 7.
[4] Turn the game ON
[5] Press the DEL key during boot to open the BIOS (CMOS) Setup Utility.
[6] In the Main menu make sure that Floppy A is Disabled
[7] Ensure that Chipset => South Bridge Chipset Configuration => USB 2.0 Controller is
Enabled
[8] Check that the following USB BIOS settings are set:
Advanced => USB configuration => Legacy USB Support is Enabled
Advanced => USB configuration => USB Controller Mode is set to Hi Speed
Advanced => USB Configuration => USB Mass Storage Device Configuration =>
Emulation Type is set to Hard Disk
[9] In Boot => Hard Disk Drives ensure that the USB flash drive is first on the list (use the "-" or
"+" keys to change the settings)
[10] In Boot Device Priority => 1st Boot Device ensure the USB flash drive is the first boot
device. (use the "-" or "+" keys to change the settings)
[11] Press F10 to exit and save your settings. Select Ok when prompted to save your settings.
The machine will now boot into the flash drive. At this time the screen will turn off and\or no signal
detected is shown if you are connected to a CRT VGA monitor. This is normal behavior as the
Windows Pre-Installation OS is setting a video mode that is not supported by most Arcade VGA
CRT monitors.
Eventually a windows loading screen appears with a command prompt. A command will appear
called wpeinit that initializes the system. Please note that it may take several minutes to get to
this screen and for the command to complete. The drive is formatted next and the new image
installed on the target device. The computer will auto shutoff when the USB flash drive is done
imaging the hard drive. At this point you can remove the USB flash drive and keyboard and turn
the machine back on. The system will now boot into the game.
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SECTION 7: BIOS
NOTE: The Friction Conversion Kit is shipped with the correct BIOS settings. Any changes made
to the BIOS other than what is described below may adversely affect the game.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CGA\EGA MONITORS
If the game uses a CGA or EGA monitor, you will need to hook up an external VGA monitor in
order to set the BIOS.
Perform the following steps to connect a VGA monitor to the game (A computer monitor will also
work):
[1] Turn OFF the computer
[2] Disconnect the VGA cable from the back of the computer and connect the
external VGA monitor cable to the same port.
[3] Proceed to set the BIOS settings as described in the following section.
Note: If you don't see an image after powering ON, make sure the external monitor is connected
to a power source and turned on, and the VGA cable is connected directly from the external
monitor to the computer’s VGA port.
STEPS TO SET THE BIOS
[1] Turn OFF the computer
[2] Connect a keyboard to the PS/2 port or to an available USB port
[3] Power ON the monitor and the game
[4] Press the DEL key during boot to open the BIOS (CMOS) Setup Utility.
[5] In the Main menu make sure that Floppy A is Disabled
[6] Use the arrow keys to navigate to the Advanced menu option
[7] Select the Super IO Configuration menu item
[8] Change the Restore on AC Power Loss option to Power On
[9] Press the ‘F10’ key and save your configuration changes
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SECTION 8: JAMMA PINOUT
SOLDER SIDE
GND
GND
+5V
+5V
-5V
+12V
KEY
COIN COUNTER 2
COIN LOCKOUT 2
L SPEAKER R SPEAKER VIDEO GREEN
VIDEO SYNC
SERVICE
TILT
COIN 2
PLAYER 2 START
PLAYER 2 UP
PLAYER 2 DOWN
PLAYER 2 LEFT
PLAYER 2 RIGHT
PLAYER 2 BUTTON 1
PLAYER 2 BUTTON 2
PLAYER 2 BUTTON 3
PLAYER 2 BUTTON 4
NOT USED
GND
GND
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Aa
Ab
Ac
Ad
Ae
Af
COMPONENT SIDE
GND
GND
+5V
+5V
-5V
+12V
KEY
COIN COUNTER 1
COIN LOCKOUT 1
L SPEAKER +
R SPEAKER +
VIDEO RED
VIDEO BLUE
VIDEO GND
TEST
COIN 1
PLAYER 1 START
PLAYER 1 UP
PLAYER 1 DOWN
PLAYER 1 LEFT
PLAYER 1 RIGHT
PLAYER 1 BUTTON 1
PLAYER 1 BUTTON 2
PLAYER 1 BUTTON 3
PLAYER 1 BUTTON 4
NOT USED
GND
GND
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SECTION 9: TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Technical support is provided for the FRICTION conversion kit. Please refer to the Trouble
Shooting Guide to see if your problem can be resolved there. Otherwise, please contact our
Parts and Service department.
Phone:
(732) 238-0096
Fax:
(732) 238-4404
Email:
support@frictionservice.com
Website: www.frictionservice.com
Address: Coast to Coast Entertainment
4000 Bordentown Avenue
Suit 16
Sayreville, NJ 08872
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