Installation & Owner`s Manual

Ion eVo
Installation & Owner’s
Manual
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE:
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR
For a list of distributors, visit us on the Web at
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PM0426-26 Rev A
Table of Contents
Site Preparation ............................. p. 1
Hi Scores Menu .............................. p. 14
Setting up your
Megatouch Game .......................... p. 1
Books Menu .................................... p. 14-16
Game Description .......................... p. 1
Books Display ............................ p. 14-15
CPU Section ............................... p. 1
Cash Settlement ........................ p. 15-16
Cash Tower Section ................. p. 1
General Care
and Maintenance ........................... p. 1-4
View/Clear Hi Scores ............... p. 14
System Menu ................................. p. 17
Megatouch Player
and Operator Keys ................... p. 18
Touchscreen/Joystick
Calibration .................................. p. 2
Diagnostics Menu .......................... p. 19-20
Monitor Adjustment
Procedure .................................. p. 2
Network Menu ............................... p. 21-27
Hard Drive Self Diagnostics ...... p. 20
General Circuit Board
Handling Information .................. p. 3
Hardware Setup ........................ p. 21-22
Cleaning the Cabinet ................. p. 3
AMI Jukebox Mega-Link Setup .. p. 26-27
Cleaning the Joystick ................ p. 3
Local Tournament Mode .............. p. 28-32
Cleaning the Touchscreen
Monitor ....................................... p. 3
Presentation Menu ....................... p. 33
Cleaning the Fans and
Vents ......................................... p. 3
Connection Wizard .................... p. 23-25
Operator Ad Screens ................ p. 33
Sales Enabler Videos ................ p. 33
Watchdog Timer ........................ p. 3
Promotion Menu ............................ p. 33-34
Coin Mech Position .................... p. 4
My Merit ..................................... p. 33-34
Connecting a Printer
(German Games Only) .............. p. 4
Merit Money ............................... p. 34
Promo Credits ............................ p. 34
MegaNet Menu ............................... p. 35-38
Megatouch ION Software
Game Name and Score Needed
for Initial Replay ............................. p. 5
Operator Setup Screens
Flowchart ......................................... p. 6
Main Menu ....................................... p. 7-8
Credits/Pricing Menu ................... p. 9-12
Megatouch ION Hardware
DIP Switch Settings
in ION Games ................................. p. 39
Troubleshooting ............................ p. 40-42
Parts List and Illustrations
eVo Diagrams ............................ p. 43-44
Quick Price Setup ...................... p. 9
Replacement Parts List ............. p. 45
Coin-In Menu .............................. p. 10
Connection Diagrams ................ p. 46-48
Coinless Coin Op Menu ............. p. 11-12
Rental Mode ............................... p. 12
Games Menu .................................. p. 13
Game Setup ............................... p. 13
Warranty and Software License
Agreements
Warranty ............................................ p. 49
Software License Agreements ......... p. 50-55
© 2009 AMI Entertainment Network, Inc.
Megatouch eVo, Ion, Mega-Lease, Mega-Link, MegaNet, MegaWeb, TournaMAXX and TournaCHAMP are registered trademarks of AMI.
Reproduction of this manual, in any form or by any means, is strictly forbidden without the written permission of AMI.
COPYRIGHT © 2009 AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, INC.
Site Preparation
Game Description
In determining the location for your Megatouch Ion video game, consideration must
be given to a suitable, grounded electrical
outlet. Since the game is a computerized
device, it should have a separate circuit, if
at all possible. If a separate circuit is not
available, care should be taken to provide a
clean and constant voltage. As a basic
guideline, never connect the unit to a circuit
that also supplies power to freezers, coolers or other high power consuming and electrical noise generating equipment. Place the
game in a location where nothing will interfere with proper ventilation. The game should
not be exposed to any dripping or splashing
liquids. Objects filled with liquid should not
be placed on the unit.
The Megatouch eVo model has 2 key-locked
compartments: the CPU section and the cash
tower section. It comes equipped with a
coin mech and/or bill acceptor. This model
also has couplers installed in the rear of the
game which are used for future hardware
upgrades including linking and modem capabilities. Each game comes equipped with
a wireless USB adapter which can be used
to wirelessly link two Ion games together.
With the addition of a wireless router, up to
four games can be linked and also connected
to the Internet. For more information, see
Connection Wizard.
Setting up your Megatouch Game
1.
After removing the game from the carton, attach the power cord to the back
of the game near the ON/OFF switch.
Plug the game into a standard AC outlet.
2.
Turn the power switch at the back of
the game to ON and wait for it to go
through its boot-up sequence. The
game will display the Main Menu Screen.
3.
If you have a Mega-Lease game, you
must follow the steps in the MegaNet
User Manual to connect to the server
in order to activate your game.
4.
The machine has been preset at the
factory and therefore should not need
to be adjusted, however it is recommended that the screen be calibrated
(see Screen Calibration) and the coin
or bill acceptor(s) be tested.
5.
There are many custom settings available for the game. To customize the
settings, follow the software instructions in this manual.
1
CPU Section
The CPU section is accessible from the front
of the game. The CPU section houses the
LCD monitor, motherboard, I/O board, power
supply, hard drive, and the main harness.
Located on the control board (found inside
the CPU section near the hinge of the CPU
section door) are two internal switches,
SETUP and CALIBRATE (see Figure 34).
Pressing the SETUP button will bring you to
the Megatouch Setup Screen. See the next
section for calibration instructions.
Cash Tower Section
The coin mech/coin box/bill acceptor are accessible from the rear of the cabinet. The
cash tower is locked for security purposes.
See Figure 33. The coin mech is secured by
the metal tab to the left of the mech. For
electronic mechs, pull the tab to the left in
order to release the mech. For mechanical
mechs, you must first remove the coin pod
cover by removing the two screws located
on the bracket above the coin mech.
General Care and Maintenance
NOTE: THIS GAME MUST BE SERVICED
ONLY BY A QUALIFIED SERVICEPERSON.
CAUTION: THERE ARE HIGH VOLTAGE
PARTS IN THIS GAME. BE CAREFUL
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COPYRIGHT © 2009 AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, INC.
WHEN SERVICING THE INSIDE OF THE
GAME. THE GAME SHOULD ALWAYS BE
UNPLUGGED BEFORE SERVICING.
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Touchscreen/Joystick Calibration
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How To Calibrate:
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Find the CALIBRATE button on the control board inside the CPU section, and
press it to enter screen calibration
mode.
Touch the center of the first cross that
appears. Once you release your finger, a second cross will appear.
NOTE: You must hold your finger on
the cross for approximately 2 seconds
for the calibration to be recognized.
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Touch the center of the second cross
that appears on the screen.
Once the second cross is touched and
released, another cross will appear on
the screen. To test the calibration of
the screen, touch the cross with your
finger and slowly drag your finger
around the screen. The cross should
follow your movement.
Touch the EXIT button.
The game will prompt you to go through the
same steps two more times.
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The game will then prompt you to calibrate the joystick. First, select the joystick model on your game by touching
it. Then move the joystick as far left as
it will go, release the joystick, and press
one of the buttons on the joystick..
NOTE: The joystick may not appear to
be functioning correctly during calibration, but it is important that you
continue the calibration steps. After
calibration has been completed, it will
function properly.
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Move the joystick as far right as it will
go, release the joystick, and then press
one of the joystick buttons.
Move the joystick as far up as it will go,
release the joystick, and then press one
of the joystick buttons.
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Move the joystick as far down as it will
go, then release the joystick and press
one of the joystick buttons.
Then, without touching the joystick,
press one of the buttons on the joystick to complete calibration.
Touch the EXIT button.
Monitor Adjustment Procedure
The vertical/horizontal controls and brightness/contrast controls are located on the
control board, inside the CPU section near
the hinge of the door. Pressing the button
labeled Menu on the control board will show
the on-screen display on the monitor. Use
the Left and Right buttons to move through
the menu. Touch Menu again to select the
option you want to change. Use the Left
and Right buttons to change the option. Then
select Menu again to deselect the option.
Auto will automatically adjust the size and
brightness. Touch the Exit button to exit.
Adjust the monitor controls until the screens
look as suggested in the following steps.
1.
Set the game to the Checkerz game
screen.
2.
Adjust the vertical and horizontal size
and vertical and horizontal position to
make sure that the game screen fills
the monitor screen and that the game
screen is centered.
3.
Adjust the brightness and contrast controls until the top sets of checkers are
a rich red and the bottom set are a dark
gray. The feet on the “Checkerz”
character should be white. (Adjusting
the brightness and contrast can also
correct for a lack of sharpness.)
NOTE: If you are experiencing an issue
where your screen seems to be slightly
shifted, repeat the screen calibration
process, pressing “Auto” on the OSD
board when each new calibration
screen appears BEFORE you calibrate
the screen for that resolution.
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General Circuit
Information
Board
Handling
apply the cleaner to the cloth and not
directly on the game. Liquids could
enter the housing and damage electronics inside.
Before handling any boards, observe the
following procedures:
Before handling any boards, observe the
following procedures:
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2. Removing any static charge
from your body before handling
the boards.
3. Using a ground strap when
handling the boards.
When plugging in connectors to the
board, make sure the connector is
inserted straight onto the header and
that the connector covers all header
pins.
Do not connect any peripheral device
to the board, if the power is still
connected to the peripheral or if power
is already applied to the board.
Cleaning the Cabinet
The cabinet should be cleaned with a
damp cloth and mild detergent. Always
apply the cleaner to the cloth and not
directly on the game. Liquids could
enter the cabinet and damage electronics inside.
Cleaning the Joystick
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3
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Prevent Electro-Static Discharge by:
1. Storing the boards in the antistatic bags in which they are
shipped.
CAUTION: Be extremely careful when replacing the lithium battery on the motherboard. There is a danger of explosion if the
battery on the motherboard is incorrectly
replaced. Only replace the battery with the
same type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according
to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Cleaning the Touchscreen Monitor
The touchscreen glass should be
cleaned with a damp cloth and isopropyl alcohol or a non-ammonia cleanser.
Do not use any abrasive or vinegarbased cleansers, as they will damage
the touchscreen glass.
NOTE: DO NOT USE ANY ABRASIVE
SOLVENTS, ACID OR VINEGAR-BASED
CLEANSERS ON THE MONITOR OR
SIDE DECALS. OVER TIME, SUCH
CLEANSERS COULD HARM THE
TOUCHSCREEN AND ERASE THE DECALS. BE CAREFUL NOT TO USE COMMERCIAL CLEANERS CONTAINING
ANY OF THESE SUBSTANCES.
Cleaning the Fans and Vents
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The fans and vents should be cleaned
of any dust and grime on a regular
basis to ensure proper ventilation of
the game.
•
To ensure proper operation of the
game, it is important that all fans are
operating correctly and that the airflow
is unobstructed. Make sure nothing is
placed inside the cabinet or next to the
fan vents that would inhibit the flow of
air. Also, if any fans are not operating,
it is important that they be replaced.
Watchdog Timer
This game has been equipped with a feature that allows it to automatically reboot if it
encounters a problem. When the watchdog
timer is enabled, it will reboot the machine
within 5 minutes after a failure, allowing the
game to automatically reset itself if a problem arises without needing a technician
present.
If you want to disable the watchdog timer,
The joystick should be cleaned with a
damp cloth and mild detergent. Always
set DIP switch 3 on the I/O board to the open
position and reboot the game.
MEGATOUCH ION EVO OWNER’S MANUAL
PM0426-26 Rev A
COPYRIGHT © 2009 AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, INC.
Coin Mech Position- eVos with Coin Mechs Only
If you remove the coin mech for any reason, you must replace it in the correct
notches in the coin mech bracket so that the mech remains vertical. If your
game is sitting on a table or bar top, make sure the tabs on the coin mech are in
the notches labeled “BAR MOUNT” below. If your eVo is mounted on a wall (with
or without the use of the swivel bracket), make sure the tabs on the coin mech
are in the notches labeled “WALL MOUNT” below.
BAR
MOUNT
WALL
MOUNT
PROFILE OF COIN MECH BRACKET
Connecting a Printer (German Games Only)
To connect a printer to the game as needed:
1.
Locate the printer port on the back of the game (see Figure 33).
2.
When the game enters idle mode, connect the printer to the printer port on the game.
NOTE: Some printers may cause the game to reboot. Once the game has rebooted
and entered idle mode, the printer will begin printing. Do not disconnect the
printer until it is finished printing.
Um einen Drucker an eine Maschine anzuschliessen:
1.
Den Druckeranschluss hinten am Gerät feststellen (Siehe Fig. 33).
2.
Wenn das Geraet in den Leerlauf uebergeht, den Drucker am Druckeranschluss des
Geraets anschliessen.
BEMERKUNG: Bei bestimmten Druckern rebootet das Geraet. Nachdem das
Geraet dann in den Leerlauf uebergeht, beginnt der Druckvorgang. Den Drucker
bitte nicht abschalten bevor der Druckvorgang beendet ist.
PM0426-26 Rev A
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Game Name and Score Needed for Initial Replay
Great Solitaire and Power Solitaire will always offer a replay once the listed score is
attained. The other games have to reach the score listed as well as attain the high score for
the game in order to offer a replay. NOTE: The available games may vary.
11 Ball/11Up
Air Shot
Avalanche Jack
Backjammin
Battle 31
Beer Pong (Ion Only)
Beer Pong 21 (Ion Only)
Big Time Roller
Boxdrop
Boxxi
Breakin’ Bricks
Card/Castle Bandits
Card/Crypt Raiders
Card/Jolly Pirates
Chainz2: Relinked
Chainz2: Puzzler
Checkerz
Chip Away
Chug 21
Chug Monkey
Coco Loco
Conga Fish (Ion only)
Conquest
Crazy Hearts
Deflection
Dodge Bull
Domino 5
Draggle Drop
Euchre Nights
Fast Traxx (Ion only)
Feeding Frosty
Fight the Landlord
Four Play
F.M.V. Boxxi (Ion only)
F.M.V. Strip (Ion only)
Funky Monkey
Gender Bender
Gin Rummy
Goooal
Great Solitaire
Hollywood Match
Hoop Jones
Ink Rally
Look Out
Lucky 11’s
Luxor
Luxor 2 (Ion Only)
Luxor: Survival
Magic Charms
Mega Bowling
Megatouch Battle Command
Megatouch Mini/Crazy Golf
Meteor Shower
MGA Cham p. Golf
Monkey Bash
Monster Madness
Moondrop
5
125,000
No Replay
150,000
125,000
125,000
200,000
No Replay
60,000
175,000
850,000
400,000
200,000
175,000
200,000
500,000
500,000
28,000
125,000
250,000
400,000
No Replay
No Replay
30,000
65,000
500,000
No Replay
200,000
200,000
6,500
100,000
No Replay
No Replay
1,500,000
No Replay
400,000
110,000
No Replay
55,000
No Replay
45,000
400,000
125
No Replay
400,000
340,000
500,000
500,000
No Replay
500,000
125
No Replay
No Replay
200,000
No Replay
No Replay
400,000
160,000
My Ex
Mystery Phraze
Office Bash
Outer Spades
Outlaw Poker/Cattle Drive
Pack Rabbit (Ion only)
Pharaoh’s Fortune
Pharaoh’s 9
Photo Hunt
Photo Pop
Power Solitaire
Power Trivia
Puck Shot
QB Zone
Q-Shot
Quik Cell
Quik Chess
Quik Match
Race Poker/Motor Match
Rack ‘Em
Rack ‘Em 9 Ball
Royal Flash
Run 21
Skee-Ball
Snap Shot
Space Crusader (Ion only)
Speed Draw
Spider Kings/13 Spiders
Strip Club
Sudoku6
Super Boxxi
Super Cell Chaos
Super Snubbel
Tai-Play
Take 2
Tennis Ace
Texas Hold ‘Em
Tic Tac Trivia
Tri-Towers/Tri-Castles
Tricky Fish
Triple Crown Boxing
Trivia Treasure
Trivia W hiz
Trivia W hiz 2
Tuxedo Run (Ion only)
TV Guide Mini Crossword
UNO®
UNO® 52 Poker
Video W hiz (Ion only)
Vinci-Ball
W ild 8's/W ild Apes
W ord Dojo
W ord Safari
W ordster
Zen W ord
Zip 21
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150,000
325,000
400,000
75,000
400,000
400,000
45,000
No Replay
400,000
No Replay
55,000
No Replay
3,000
65,000
50,000
100,000
125,000
400,000
No Replay
200,000
35,000
300,00
250,000
900
400,000
No Replay
125,000
160,000
No Replay
100,000
400,000
No Replay
No Replay
240,000
110,000
No Replay
No Replay
75,000
125,000
No Replay
No Replay
No Replay
No Replay
No Replay
400,000
50,000
No Replay
No Replay
No Replay
400,000
400,000
375,000
125,000
100,000
350,000
200,000
PM0426-26 Rev A
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Operator Setup Screens Flowchart
Credits/Pricing
Quick Price Setup
Coin-In
Value of Credit
Credit Card Pricing
Pay Per Time
Coinless Coin Op
Clear Credits
Free Credits
Options
Games
Game Setup
Options
Options
Price Display
Freeplay Enabled
Enable Coinless Coin Op
Enable Rental Mode
Game Setup
Puzzles
Cards
Erotic
Strategy
Mega-Link
New Games
Action
Quiz & Word
Enable All Games Into Menu
Factory Default Games Into Menu
View/Clear High Scores
(Individual game list)
Clear All Games
Hi Scores
View/Clear High Scores
Options
Books
Books Display
Cash Settlement Setup
Cash Settlement Collection
Main Menu
Credits/Pricing
Games
Hi Scores
Books
System
Diagnostics
Tournament
Network
Credit Card
Presentation
Promotion
MegaNet
System
Set Time
Security Setup
Volume Control
Set 6 Star PIN
Data Transfer
Options
Setup Operator Keys
AMI Setup
Cash Settlement Collection
Revenue Details/Cash Out
Fee Details
Clear/Complete Collection
Security Setup
Enter Security PIN
Setup Operator Keys
Set Key
Erase Keys
Erase All Keys
Tournament
Set Up Tournament
Clear Winners
Reset All
Credit Card
Credit Card
Functionality Test
Credit Card Pricing
Setup Operator Cards
Vault Credits
Options
Presentation
Operator Ad Screens
Sidebar Promotion
Options
Promotion
My Merit
Merit Money
Promo Credits
Options
MegaNet
Prize Zone
Premium Erotic
Operator Web Access
MegaWeb
Hot Topics
Options
PM0426-26 Rev A
Individual Game
Clear All
Clear One
Options
Auto Clear Hi Scores
No Names in Hi Scores
Diagnostics
Video Test
I/O Test
Touchscreen Calibration
Touchscreen Test
Checksum Test
System Info
Verify Databases
Hard Drive Self Diagnostics
Joystick Calibration
Joystick Test
View System Log
Network
Wireless Ethernet
Wired Ethernet
Dial-Up
Connection Log
Location Info
Connection Wizard
Connection Diagnostics
Network Options
Connect to MegaNet
Price/Credits
Cost to continue
Default Games
Clear One
Clear All
Enable All Games
Network Options
Network Options
Dial-Up Options
Tournamaxx Options
Options
Enable Credit Card
Functionality
Pulse Hard Meter For
Credit Card Purchases
Operator Ad Screens
Add/Edit Billboard
Set Start/End Date
Remove Billboard
Remove All Billboards
Sidebar Promotion
Manage Sidebar Images
Options
Access Sales Enabler Videos
Options
Enable erotic games
Allow game continue
Enable auto-continue
Show deck cards
Allow bonus replay
Enable easy mode
Continuous bonus round
Linked games enabled
Photo Hunt hints
Trivia rounds/bonus
Show correct answer in Trivia, Power Trivia
and Snap Shot
Enable free game in Solitaire
Split column move in Power Solitaire
Enable free game in Power Solitaire
Category same for all in Power Trivia
Enable consolation question in Power Trivia
Face up cards, player selectable in Tri Towers
Enable Kids Club category
Enable Premium Erotic Ad Screen in Idle
Force Slow Senior Game Play
Sticker Book Timer Options
Disable Questionable Content
Options
Enable 6 Stars
Default Language
Player selectable language
Language buttons have flags
Show games unavailable in current language
Enable theft deterrent
Enable Educational Attract Mode
Enable Attract Mode Sounds
Tournament Mode
Show prize pools on Main Menu
Enable TouchTunes
Enable TouchTunes Hi-Resolution Mode
Enable AMI
Enable Light Show
Network Options
Set MegaNet Server
Set MegaNet ID
Set Update Time
Tournamaxx Options
Clear Tournamaxx Databases
My Merit
View Player Data
Show Game Play Frequency
Show Player Hi Scores
Backup/Restore
Merit Money
Start Time
End Time
Free Game Limit
Set PIN
Promo Credits
Start Time
End Time
Idle Time
Number of Free Credits
Options
Enable Merit Money
Enable Promo Credits
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Prize Zone
Price/Credits
Default Games
Clear One
Clear All
Enable All Games
Hot Topics
Price/Credits
Default Games
Clear One
Clear All
Enable All Games
Options
Enable Prize Zone
Enable Premium Erotic
Enable MegaWeb
Enable Operator Website
Enable Hot Topics
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Main Menu
The Main Menu can be accessed by pressing the SETUP button inside the game. Use the
Main Menu to set up all game software options. NOTE: For help with the Options in any
menu section, touch the green “?” buttons to bring up a help screen.
FIGURE 1 - MAIN MENU
A summary of the Main Menu functions appears in the following table. For more detail, see
the corresponding sections of the manual.
Main Menu
Available Options
Information
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Quick Price Setup
Coin-In
Value of a Credit
Credit Card Pricing
Coinless Coin Op
Pay Per Time
Options
Clear Credits
Free Credits
AMI Play Cost
Game Setup
Options
The Credits Screens allow the operator to
set credit rules for all games, set up the
Coin-In Menu, view the value of a credit,
view credit card pricing details, enable
the Coinless Coin Op feature, enable the
Rental Mode feature, select freeplay
mode, and add or clear credits.
Operators with a Mega-Link connection
to an AMI jukebox can also set up AMI
jukebox play cost.
HI SCORES
•
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View/Clear Hi Scores
Options
BOOKS
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SYSTEM
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Books Display
Cash Settlement Setup
Cash Settlement
Collection
Set Time
Security Setup
Volume Control
Set 6 Star PIN
Data Transfer
Setup Operator Keys
(Ion Only)
AMI Setup
Options
CREDITS/
PRICING
GAMES
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In the Games Screens you can edit the
game list (choose which games are
available and in what category they
appear on the Category Menu), and
select options for individual games.
Touch CLEAR ALL GAMES to clear all
high scores, or select a particular game
to edit high scores for that game.
The Books Screens display current and
lifetime credits information, as well as
calculate and collect the location and
operator fees.
Set the game clock, security PIN, game
volume, 6 star PIN and features, and
system options such as language control,
6 Star Enable, and theft deterrent. Also
use this menu to transfer machine
configuration, books data, and ad
screens with a USB pen, and to program
operator keys to enable access to the
setup screens via the key (if applicable).
The AMI Setup option allows operators to
establish a Mega-Link between their
Megatouch game and an AMI-powered
jukebox.
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COPYRIGHT © 2009 AMI ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK, INC.
Main Menu
Available Options
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Video Test
•
I/O Test
•
Touchscreen
Calibration
•
Touchscreen Test
•
Checksum Test
•
System Info
•
Verify Databases
•
Hard Drive Self
Diagnostics
•
Joystick Calibration
•
Joystick Test
•
View System Log
•
•
•
•
•
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TOURNAMENT
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•
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Wireless Ethernet
Wired Ethernet
Dial-Up
Connection Log
Location Info
Connection Wizard
Connection
Diagnostics
Network Options
Connect to MegaNet
Set Up Tournament
Clear Winners
Reset All
PRESENTATION
•
Operator Ad Screens
PROMOTION
•
•
Options
My Merit
•
Merit Money
•
Promo Credits
•
Options
DIAGNOSTICS
NETWORK
PM0426-26 Rev A
Information
• Enters the Video Test screens. Touch the
screen to cycle through test.
• Tests the function of the I/O board, DIP
switches, coin meter, and lockout.
• Allows the operator to calibrate the
touchscreen. Follow the instructions on
the screen.
• Checks touchscreen calibration. Touch
the cursor on the screen to make sure it is
accurately following your movement.
• Checks the hard drive for missing or
corrupted files.
• Gives details about various hardware
components in the game.
• Only use on the advice of Technical
Service.
• Detects hard drive errors and predicts
future failures. Runs automatically during
system startup and software installation.
• Allows calibration of the joystick. Follow
the instructions on the screen.
• Checks joystick calibration. Move the
joystick and make sure the cursor
accurately follows your
• Allows operators to easily read, capture
and send error log data.
You can check the Connection Log, view
location information, enter the Connection
Wizard, view connection diagnostics,
connect to MegaNet (perform an Update
from Server), change the MegaNet server
address, change the MegaNet ID, set an
update time, and clear Tournamaxx
databases.
To enable Tournament mode (if applicable),
enter the System Menu and touch Options.
Touch Off-Line to switch the game from
Tournamaxx mode to local Tournament
mode. This will allow you to set up local
tournaments with prize pools for a dedicated
machine. See the Local Tournament Mode
section of this manual for more information.
• Create ad screens, and also add custom
screens created on a personal computer.
• Access Sales Enabler Videos (Ion Only).
• Enables a feature permitting players to
create custom accounts. Also displays
individual player data, and allows the
operator to back up or restore the data.
• Sets time periods in which location owners
can use the 6 Star feature to offer free
credits to encourage play.
• Sets time periods in which the game offers
a free credit while in Idle Mode.
• Enables My Merit, Merit Money, and
Promo Credits features.
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Credits/Pricing Menu
Quick Price Setup - This feature is only available in U.S. games.
Quick Price Setup allows the operator to make general pricing changes without entering the
Games Menu.
FIGURE 2 - QUICK PRICE SETUP SCREEN
NOTE: If the game is set to 3 or 6 Credits for a Dollar, prices will display as Credits.
6 Credits for a Dollar (default setting): Sets each game to the following price settings:
COIN VALUE
$0.25
$.50
$.75
$1.00
$5.00
=
CREDITS
1
2
4
6
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4 Credits for a Dollar: Sets each game to the following price settings:
COIN VALUE
$0.25
$0.50
$0.75
$1.00
$5.00
=
CREDITS
1
2
3
4
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3 Credits for a Dollar: Sets each game to the following price settings:
COIN VALUE
$0.50
$0.75
$1.00
$5.00
=
CREDITS
1
2
3
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The operator can also use this screen to determine whether prices are displayed to players
as credits or monetary amounts, and to set the cost of Fast-Play Amusement, Standard
Amusement, Long Amusement, and Premium/MegaNet games. Touch the Use Factory
Default Pricing button to restore default values.
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Coin-In Menu
determine the amount of money earned on a
game by multiplying the meter pulse by the
reading on the hard meter.
FIGURE 3 - COIN-IN MENU
Game cost can be controlled two ways: by
changing the number of credits required to
play a game, or by changing the cost of a
credit. The Coin-In Menu allows you to adjust the cost of a credit, as well as provide a
way to give players “bonus” credits for depositing a higher amount of money. On the
Cash-In and Credits Table, the “-” and “+”
buttons are used to change the number of
credits, while the corresponding price value
for the credits is entered by pressing the
Edit button in that row.
NOTE: The “Edit” button will bring
up a numbered keypad, limited to 2
decimal places. The Cash-In and
Credits Table is ordered, so values
must be set in increasing increments
from top to bottom of the screen. The
final two values, however, can be
entered as “0”, which is the equivalent
of N/A. As each row on the table is
filled in, the “Edit” button will appear
for the subsequent row below it.
Similar to the Cash-In and Credits Table, when
programming the Channels on the Coin-In
Menu, Channel 1 is set for the lowest value
coin, Channel 2 for the next highest value,
etc. The meter pulse, which is the highest
common divisor of all the monetary values
of the Channels, is independent of the credits and only tracks the smallest unit of currency. Operators can use this number to
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NOTE: Changing the values of the
Channels on the Coin-In Menu may
change the meter pulse. Therefore, a
Cash Settlement Collection should be
performed prior to adjusting the Channels in order to accurately reflect coin
drop based on the hard meter reading.
Adjusting the Channels will not affect
the Cash-In and Credits Table, which
performs a separate function on the
Coin-In Menu.
To give customers bonus credits for inserting larger denominations, manually adjust
the credits earned per dollar value on the
Credit and Values Table. Coins may be deposited in any combination of values, and
the game will automatically register the highest number of credits for the total amount of
coins deposited. Once a game is played,
any remaining fractional credits are saved
and applied to the next purchase.
NOTE: It is recommended that if you
are enabling bonus credits, that the
game be set to display in credits and
not money. If the game is set to display
in money, all money values will be
based on the value of 1 credit, which is
typically the most expensive credit.
The type of currency registered can be adjusted by touching the Change Currency
button at the bottom right-hand corner of the
Coin-In Menu. Touching the Default Settings button just below it will return the CoinIn Menu to its factory settings. This setting
can be adjusted (as described previously),
but will return if the game memory is cleared.
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Coinless Coin Op Menu
Settings
When enabled via the Options button on
the Credits/Pricing Menu, the Coinless Coin
Op feature allows the operator to charge
on a per-game or per-time basis without
players inserting money into the game. The
total amount owed after gameplay is tallied
by the machine and collected by the location
owner. Location owners reset the game
with a PIN after collection.
Touching the Settings button allows the
operator to choose whether players can
play Per Game, Per Time, or both when the
game is in Coinless Coin Op mode. Per
Time pricing can be changed on this screen
with the up and down arrows. The
currency amount will apply to each 15minute time block selected by the customer.
NOTE: If you have set a tax fee on the
Cash Settlement Screens, Coinless Coin
Op Mode play will be taxed at the set
rate. If you want to set the tax
percentage at a different rate for
Coinless Coin Op mode and regular
mode, you should perform a Cash
Settlement Collection, change the tax
rate and then switch modes.
FIGURE 5 - COINLESS COIN-OP MENU SETTINGS SCREEN
Setting the PIN
Touch the Set PIN button on the Coinless
Coin Op Menu to program the PIN. The
number can be from 1 to 5 digits.
FIGURE 4 - PLAYER MENU IN COINLESS
COIN-OP (TIME AND PER GAME MODES
BOTH ENABLED)
Certain features will not be available in
Coinless Coin Op Mode, such as MegaNet
content, Merit Money, Promo Credits, Free
Credits,
credit
card
purchases,
TouchTunes® music and AMI jukebox music.
Pricing for these features can only be
displayed in currency values, not credits.
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NOTE: The Coinless Coin Op PIN can
also be set from the Player Menu.
Touch the Options button, enter the 6
Star PIN, and touch the CCO Set PIN
button.
Disabling the Money Inputs
It is recommended that the money inputs be
disabled when the game is in Coinless Coin
Op mode. Unplug the power and signal
harness connected to the bill/note acceptor
and the harness connected to the coin
mech (if applicable) to disable the inputs.
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Per-Game Mode
Rental Mode
When players choose this mode, a running
total of the amount owed is maintained and
displayed in the CREDITS box on the
screen. The total is tabulated after each
game or function. The location owner then
collects the total amount owed at the end
of gameplay. If there is no activity for 10
minutes, the machine will disable and the
amount owed by the player will display on
screen. No further gameplay can occur
until the machine is reset by a location
employee using the PIN.
When enabled via the Options button on
the Credits/Pricing Menu, Rental Mode
allows players to purchase a block of time
and use it to play as many games as they
want.
To Enter This Screen, Touch
“Pay Per Time” on the Credits Menu
Time Mode
The price per 15-minute time block will be
displayed before players choose this
mode. During gameplay, the time remaining
and amount owed by the player will be
displayed on screen. When the time block
runs out, players can purchase additional
time. Otherwise, the machine will disable
and the amount owed by the player will
display on screen. No further gameplay
can occur until the machine is reset using
the PIN. If the player leaves the game
before the purchased time block has ended,
the game can be reset using the PIN.
Resetting or Freezing the Game
The game can be reset at any time using
the pre-programmed PIN. Once gameplay
totals have been tallied by the machine, the
attendant can also choose to freeze the
game to prevent more activity until the
transaction is complete. The Reset or
Freeze buttons are accessible through the
Options button on the Player Menu after
touching the Coinless Coin Op button. An
alarm will begin to sound after 3 failed
attempts to enter the valid number when
entering the PIN to reset the game. The
alarm will terminate when the machine is
rebooted, the operator SETUP button is
pressed, or the correct PIN is entered.
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To set the value of a credit in Rental Mode,
select Pay Per Time from the Credits
Menu. Touch the arrows on either side of
the time interval to adjust the number of
minutes of play given for each credit. To
disable any row, set the value to zero.
FIGURE 6 - PAY PER TIME SCREEN
Certain features will not be available in
Rental Mode, such as MegaNet, Merit
Money, credit card purchases, Promo
Credits, and Free Credits. Rental mode is
also unavailable with linked games.
NOTE: It is recommended that you
clear the books when toggling Rental
Mode on and off in order to ensure
accurate bookkeeping.
Freeplay Mode
Turn this option on to enable free game play,
which can be used for promotions and
demonstrations. Additionally, Megatouch
systems with credit card functionality will
enter Credit Card Demo Mode when freeplay
is enabled. This can be used to show how
the credit card feature works without
actually charging a credit card.
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Games Menu
Game Setup
The game list and prices, as well as game
options, are programmed using these
screens. The first screen shows the various game categories and allows access to
the following general settings for all games.
To Enter This Screen, Touch “Game
Setup” on the Games Menu and
Select a Category
FIGURE 7 - GAMES MENU: GAME SETUP
Enable All Games Into Menu: Turns on
all games (certain games that were previously displayed in the Game Setup have
been turned off in this software) and defaults the price settings.
Factory Default Games Into Menu: Returns the Game Setup to its default settings.
Games that were not originally enabled will
be turned off and all price settings will be
reset.
When you touch a category name, the next
Game Setup Screen shows the game positions available for that category and the price
for each game, with the list at the bottom
showing all games available for the selected
category. In categories with Merit-Thon
games, players who choose Merit-Thon will
play one round of three different games in
that category for one combined score.
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The Game Setup Screen also allows you to
make these general changes:
Default Games: Resets the selected category menu to its default game and price
settings.
Clear One: Clears a selected item from the
player’s game menu.
Clear All: Clears all games from the player’s
game menu.
Enable All Games: Turns on all games
within the selected category and defaults
the price settings.
To customize a particular game list, first select a category on the first Game Setup
Screen. On the second screen, touch Clear
All to clear the game list. Choose the menu
position you want a particular game to occupy by touching that position, then touching the desired game name from the game
list on the bottom of the screen. Repeat until
all desired games appear in the menu (a game
cannot appear in the list more than once).
Games already in the menu will be red in the
game list at the bottom of the screen.
To adjust the price, touch the credit or currency value next to each game.
Some games support a “continue” function.
In the Cost to Continue column, games without this function will display N/A. Games
that support continuation will show a credit
value. The cost to continue is adjustable
on a game-by-game basis. Touch the credit
value button to change the amount. Hit NEXT
to return to the Games Category page.
NOTE: The default Cost to Continue
price is the same as the default cost to
play the game; however, the Cost to
Continue does not need to be the same
amount as the original price.
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Hi Scores Menu
Books Menu
View/Clear Hi Scores
The Books Screens display the current and
lifetime credit totals for each game, as well
as the percentage of credits played per game
(the percentage for each game is the total
number of credits played on that game divided by the total number of credits entered
into the machine).
Use this menu to manage high scores. The
first screen allows you to clear all scores
for all games by touching Clear All Games.
To edit the high scores for an individual game,
select that game on the first screen.
To Enter This Screen, Touch
“View/Clear Hi Scores” on the
Hi Scores Menu and Choose a Game
Books Display
To Enter This Screen, Touch “Books
Display” on the Books Menu
FIGURE 8 - HI SCORES MENU:
VIEW/CLEAR HI SCORES SCREEN
FIGURE 9 - BOOKS MENU:
BOOKS DISPLAY SCREEN
Touch Clear All to remove all high scores
for that particular game, or select an individual score and touch Clear One to remove that particular score only.
The books information can be sorted in three
ways with the button that toggles through
the sorting categories. Unsorted displays
the books information in the standard order.
Sorted by Current displays the current
credits for each game from most to least
played. Sorted by Lifetime displays the
lifetime credits for each game beginning with
the most played game.
Touch TournaMAXX Statistics or Tournament Statistics to get the books information for that play only. Touch Clear Current to erase all current books data. The
date the data was last cleared will appear
at the top right of the Books Screen.
Touch the + above Total Credits to view Current and Lifetime credits for each game mode.
Touch the button again to minimize this
screen.
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To Enter This Screen, Touch “Books
Display” on the Books Menu and
Choose a Game Name
Cash Settlement Setup
The Cash Settlement Screens are used to
calculate the percentage of earnings the operator and location will receive, as well as
any fees collected by the operator. This will
help to offset MegaNet operation costs.
To Enter This Screen, Touch
“Cash Settlement Setup” on the
Books Menu and touch the
Arrow at the Bottom Right
FIGURE 10 - BOOKS MENU: BOOKS
DISPLAY SCREEN WITH GAME SELECTED
Touching a game name will display the current and lifetime credit totals*, broken into 14 player and linked games. It also shows
the shortest, average, and longest playing
times for that game.
*Touching Trivia or Power Trivia displays totals by category.
Books Display also shows coin input data,
as well as Promotional Credits, Merit Money,
and Coinless Coin Op totals (when these
features are enabled). Touch the + above
Total Coins to display individual coin input
statistics and MegaNet Credits to display the
totals for each MegaNet category. Touch
the button again to minimize this screen.
NOTE: Books data can be exported to
a USB pen via the System Menu/Data
Transfer/Export Books feature. The
.data file can then be viewed with a
word processing program after connecting the storage device to a personal computer. The file will display
basic game information such as the software version, the game serial number,
and date/time information relating to
books data. The file will also show the
current and lifetime credit totals, as
well as credit totals for each game featured on the machine.
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FIGURE 11 - BOOKS MENU:
CASH SETTLEMENT SETUP SCREEN
To do so, touch the bottom-right arrow button, then choose YES or NO to display the
operator’s cut on the Cash Settlement Setup
Screen. Enter the percentage of revenue
the location will receive. Also, select the
fee calculation method. Select per month if
you do not make regular weekly collections,
or per week if you collect every 7 days.
NOTE: Monthly fee collections are
based on a 4.3-week month. If you
change your fee calculation method,
the game will auto-adjust the fees by
multiplying or dividing by 4.3 and
rounding to the nearest penny.
NOTE: Make sure the time and date
are set on the game in order to ensure
correct fee calculation.
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To Enter This Screen, Touch
“Cash Settlement Setup” on the
Books Menu and touch the
Arrow at the Bottom Right Twice
To Enter This Screen,
Touch “Cash Settlement Collection”
on the Books Menu
FIGURE 12 - BOOKS MENU:
CASH SETTLEMENT SETUP SCREEN
FIGURE 13 - BOOKS MENU:
CASH SETTLEMENT COLLECTION
The next screen allows you to set up the
fees. The amounts can be changed on
screen by touching the amount itself and
using the keypad to enter a dollar figure.
The other two columns display the cumulative totals for each fee, and the totals for the
current collection period. Fees are calculated on a prorated, per-day basis.
Touch the bottom-right arrow button to display more groups of fees.
Cash Settlement Collection
The Cash Settlement Collection Screens will
display the balance (total revenue minus total fees) to be split between the operator
and the location.
Touch Revenue Details/Cash Out or Fee
Details for breakdowns and Clear/Complete Collection to finish. Cash Settlement totals will reset once collection is complete.
NOTE: On systems with Player Vault credits (credit card functionality must be enabled), all purchases made within a given
collection period will be displayed on
screen. This does not take into account
when credits are used, as it is based solely
on when player credits are purchased.
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System Menu
FIGURE 14 - SYSTEM MENU
Set Time
The Set Time Menu allows you to set both the time and date on the
game. Time is shown in 24-hour, "military" time (e.g. 5:00 p.m. =
17:00). Use the up and down arrows to set the time and date.
Security Setup
The operator can set the PIN number and select which of the
features (Coin-In Menu, Free Credits, Game Menu, Hi Scores,
Books, All Options, and Set 6 Star PIN) will be protected by the PIN.
To change the PIN, you must first enter the existing PIN (the default
PIN is 0000), then enter a new 4-digit number and touch SET on the
keypad. The game will prompt you to re-enter your PIN to confirm.
After confirming your PIN, touch the button for each of the features
you wish to protect with the PIN.
Volume
Control
Touch the volume control button to adjust the volume up or down.
This screen allows you to sample the sound volume without exiting
the screen. The on-screen volume control can also be accessed
using 6 Stars.
Set 6 Star PIN
(only appears
if PIN is
enabled)
Brings up the Set 6 Star PIN Screen via the Options button on the
Player Menu. Set the 6 Star PIN (between one and six digits) using
this screen. You can enable this feature and choose which options
will be accessible by 6 Stars using the System Menu: Options
Screen. Touch an option box under System Menu: Options for onscreen help.
Data Transfer
Transfer information (machine configuration, Books data, My Merit
data, and ad screens) using a USB Pen.
Setup
Operator Keys
(Ion only)
Use this screen to program or erase operator keys that will enable
or disable access to the setup screens by using the key (if
applicable).
AMI Setup
Use this screen to link a Megatouch game with an AMI-powered
jukebox. See AMI Jukebox Mega-Link Setup section for further
details.
Options
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For help with the Options in any menu section, touch the option box
to bring up a help screen.
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Megatouch Player and Operator Keys
(available on some models)
Certain models of Megatouch Ion games come with a key socket for use with player and
operator keys. Player keys are used to store gameplay and login information and offer new
features to players. Operator keys are used to make it easy for operators to enter setup to
service machines. See Figure 32 to determine if your game has a player key socket.
Operator Keys
Player Keys
Operator Keys can be programmed to make
it possible to access the Main Menu Screen
without opening the game. Operator Key Kits
(part number KAV-111-002-01) can be purchased from an authorized distributor.
The Player Key stores My Merit, Tournament
login information and Mega Level game levels and codes by touching the key to the key
socket.
To program an Operator Key:
1.
Press the SETUP button to enter the
Main Menu Screen.
2.
Touch System on the Main Menu
Screen and then touch Setup Operator Keys.
3.
Touch Set Key, then press the Operator Key to the player key socket on the
machine to save the key serial number
on the game.
4.
Choose a PIN for the key.
A player key (with colored handle) is included with your Ion game to give to players to encourage use. Additional Player Key
Kits can be purchased from an authorized
distributor (part number KAV-111-001-01).
NOTE: The PIN for each operator key
can be set to the same number, if desired. Additionally, one key can be
used for any number of games.
Repeat these steps for each Operator Key.
Once the key is programmed, simply touch a
programmed key to the player key socket
and enter your PIN when prompted. The
Main Menu Screen will then display.
Up to 4 different Operator Keys can be programmed on one game. To clear a programmed key, enter setup, touch System
and then touch Setup Operator Keys.
Touch the key to the player key socket, then
press the Erase Key button.
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Diagnostics Menu
FIGURE 15 - DIAGNOSTICS MENU
Video Test
Touch the screen to cycle through a series of video test screens.
I/O Test
Tests the SETUP and CALIBRATE buttons, all coin channels, the coin
meter, and the coin lockout feature (if applicable). A green light next to the
appropriate button will register each time that item is tested, and the
number next to the item should increment by one with each test. The
screen also displays which DIP switches are on or off.
Touchscreen
Calibration
Follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate the touchscreen.
Touchscreen Test
Allows you to check the touchscreen calibration accuracy. The crosshairs
should follow your finger exactly when you move it across the screen.
Checksum Test
Checks the hard drive for missing or corrupted files. With STOP ON
ERROR? set to YES, a message indicating which file is corrupted will be
shown whenever the game encounters an error. With STOP ON
ERROR? set to NO, a list of corrupted files will be displayed when the test
is complete. If errors are detected, the software on the drive may need to
be reloaded. If this does not solve the problem, the drive may require
replacement. The test could take up to 30 minutes.
System Info
Verify Databases
Gives details about the following:
• touchscreen manufacturer
• platform type
• hard drive manufacturer/size
• processor type and speed
• modem identification number
• motherboard type
• fan speed
• amount of memory
• status
• Ethernet card manufacturer
• PSOC version
• sound chip type
• I/O board processor
• video chip type
Only use on the advice of Technical Service. An Update from Server
must be performed prior to verifying databases.
Hard Drive Self
Diagnostics
Checks the hard drive for errors, displays results, and notifies the operator
when an error is detected or a hard drive failure is imminent. Tests can
be initiated automatically and/or manually.
Joystick Calibration
(Ion only)
Follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate the joystick.
Joystick Test
(Ion only)
Allows you to check the joystick calibration accuracy. The crosshairs
should follow the movement of the joystick.
View System Log
Displays a log of all operations performed by the game since the log was
last cleared. This information is helpful for customer service in
troubleshooting your game.
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Hard Drive Self Diagnostics
Your Force or Ion hard drive is equipped
with the S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) monitoring
system, which helps predict hard drive failure and avoid system crashes by collecting
hard drive data and recording errors. The
test can be initiated manually, as described
below, but also runs automatically when the
game is turned on or software is installed. A
warning will appear during software installation if there are hard drive issues that may
hinder installation or cause damage to the
game.
To Enter This Screen, Touch “Show
Details” on the Hard Drive Self
Diagnostics Screen
FIGURE 17 - SHOW DETAILS SCREEN
Reports
To initiate the test and access the reports,
touch Hard Drive Self Diagnostics on the
Diagnostics Menu. The next screen displays the hard drive S.M.A.R.T. test result
as having “PASSED” or “FAILED”, and allows you to show or hide diagnostics details. With the Show Details option selected,
the screen displays the status of each hard
drive attribute being monitored. Hide Details shows only the overall test result.
Each attribute displayed on the S.M.A.R.T.
report will show a grade of “PASSED”, “FAILING NOW” or “FAILED IN THE PAST”, determined by the attribute’s rating in relation to
its given threshold. By touching the green
“?” to the left of each entry, operators can
view the grade and rating of that attribute in
the pop-up window. If the rating is above
the threshold, the attribute has “PASSED”; if
the value is below the threshold, it is “FAILING NOW”; and if the attribute was previously but is no longer below the threshold, it
has ”FAILED IN THE PAST”. Press OK at the
pop-up to return to the list of attributes.
FIGURE 16 - HARD DRIVE SELF
DIAGNOSTICS SCREEN
FIGURE 18 - ATTRIBUTE RATING POP-UP
SCREEN
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Network Menu - Hardware Setup
This section describes the hardware side of networking your games. If you are connecting
your Ion game wirelessly, skip to Connection Wizard.
NOTE: Megatouch games that are connected using the Mega-Link system must have the
same level of software for proper operation. The software is designed to detect other
levels of software in linked games. If a different software level is detected, the games will
not link and an error message will be displayed when you enter operator setup. If you
want to link these games you must upgrade all games to the same software level.
AMI Jukebox Linking
To enable the link, you will need a broadband Internet connection, a router, and Ethernet
cable(s) (if you are not connecting wirelessly). It is recommended that you set up and
configure your router prior to initiating the link. Once the router is configured, follow the
instructions below for hardware setup.
1.
Turn off both the jukebox and your Megatouch game.
2.
Unlock and open the jukebox door to locate the unit’s interior router.
3.
Insert the Ethernet (Category 5) cable through the access hole in the rear of the
jukebox, then connect the cable to the interior router.
NOTE: If the jukebox is mounted to the wall, it may be necessary to temporarily
dismount it to properly run the Ethernet cable.
4.
Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to your external router.
5.
Connect a separate Ethernet cable to the Ethernet coupler on the outside of your
game, then to the router.
6.
Turn on the game and jukebox. Continue with AMI Jukebox Mega-Link.
Game-to-Game Linking
NOTE: If you are linking more than 2 games together, you will need a hub. If you
are linking games AND connecting them to the Internet, you will need a router
with a switch.
1.
Turn off the games.
2.
Connect one end of each Ethernet cable to the Ethernet coupler at the back of the
game. (The Ethernet coupler features a wider port than the phone coupler alongside
it.)
3.
Secure the cable to the U-bolt on the back of the game. (This will prevent unnecessary
strain on the connector if the game is turned or moved.)
4.
Linking two games: Connect the free ends of the Ethernet cables into a crossover
coupler.
Linking more than two games: Connect the free ends of the Ethernet cables into a
hub or router.
5.
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Dial-Up Internet Setup
For dial-up connections you will need to have a modem installed in your game.
1.
Turn off the game.
2.
Connect a phone cable to the phone coupler. (The phone coupler features a smaller
port than the Ethernet coupler alongside it.)
3.
Secure the cable to the U-bolt on the back of the game. (This will prevent unnecessary
strain on the connector if the game is turned or moved.)
4.
Plug the other end of the phone cable into a phone jack.
5.
Turn on the game and continue with Connection Wizard.
Broadband Internet Setup
NOTE: A broadband router is required in order to connect Megatouch games to
a broadband Internet connection. You will need either a broadband router with
a built-in broadband modem, or a broadband router and an external broadband modem. Your broadband Internet connection should already be connected
and configured using the instructions provided by the manufacturer and by your
Internet Service Provider before continuing with this installation.
1.
Turn off the game.
2.
Connect an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet coupler at the back of the game. (The
Ethernet coupler features a wider port than the phone coupler that appears alongside
it.)
3.
Connect the free end of the Ethernet cable to the broadband router.
4.
Secure each cable to the U-bolt on the back of each game. (This will prevent unnecessary strain on the connector if the game is turned or moved.)
5.
Turn on the game and continue with Connection Wizard.
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Connection Wizard (Ion Games Only)
NOTE: In order to establish any network connection (Internet, game-to-game, or jukebox),
you must enter and complete the Connection Wizard. Additionally, since you can be
connected to each network in a separate way, you must complete the Connection Wizard
for each connection you wish to establish, be it wired, wireless or dial-up.
1.
Press the SETUP button.
2.
Touch the Network button and then
CONNECTION WIZARD. If prompted,
select your time zone and touch NEXT.
3.
Touch the connection method you
want to use:
Dial-Up
This can only be used to connect to the
Internet. A modem must be installed in your
game in order to connect via dial-up. Touch
DIAL-UP and continue with step 6.
Wireless Ethernet
Wireless Ethernet
This should be used if you are using a wireless router:
• to connect to the Internet
• to wirelessly link Megatouch games.
(Note: You will have to perform these
steps on both games in order for them
to link.)
• to wirelessly link a Megatouch and a
wireless AMI router in the same location
4.
After touching WIRELESS ETHERNET,
you’ll be prompted to choose your connection method.
•
If you want to connect to an AMI router,
touch AUTO-CONNECT TO AMI
ROUTER and continue with step 8.
•
If you want to connect to a non-AMI
router, touch OTHER WIRELESS
ROUTER OR ACCESS POINT. If the
game asks you if you are using this
connection type to connect to the
Internet, touch Yes or No. The game
will then scan for available networks.
To select a network from the list, touch
it and then touch NEXT. If your network does not appear in the list, touch
MANUAL CONNECTION, enter the
SSID (network name) of the network
you want to connect to and then touch
ENTER. If your network has a security key (password), enter it and touch
ENTER. If you have not set a password, simply touch NEXT. Continue
with step 8.
•
If you want to link two games
wirelessly, touch WIRELESS GAMETO-GAME. You with then be prompted
to choose your connection method.
Select either AUTOMATIC GAMETO-GAME CONNECTION (to automati-
Touch WIRELESS ETHERNET and continue
with step 4.
NOTE: If you are using wireless security,
only 64 or 128-bit WEP encryption is supported.
Wired Ethernet
Use this if you are connecting an Ethernet
cable between the Megatouch and:
• the Internet
• a router
• another Megatouch game (Note: You
will have to perform these steps on
both games in order for them to link.)
For a more reliable wireless game-togame connection, it is recommended
that you use a router to connect games.
Touch WIRED ETHERNET and continue with
step 5.
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cally link games) and continue with step
8, or CUSTOM GAME-TO-GAME
CONNECTION to set up multiple and
separate game-to-game networks
within a location. If you choose CUSTOM GAME-TO-GAME, the game will
scan for all available networks. To
select a network from the list, touch it
and then touch NEXT. If your network
does not appear in the list, touch
MANUAL CONNECTION, enter the
SSID (network name) of the network
you want to connect to, and then
touch ENTER. If your network has a
security key (password), enter it and
touch ENTER. If you have not set a
password, simply touch NEXT. To create a network, touch CREATE AD HOC
NETWORK and then enter an SSID (a
name you create to identify your network) and touch NEXT. Continue with
step 8.
Wired Ethernet
After touching WIRED ETHERNET,
you’ll be prompted to choose your connection method.
•
If you are linking games without the
use of a router, touch WIRED GAMETO-GAME and continue with step 8.
For all other wired network connections, touch WIRED ETHERNET NETWORK. If the game asks you if you
are using this connection type to connect to the Internet, touch Yes or No.
Continue with step 8.
Dial-Up
6.
After touching DIAL-UP, you will be
prompted to set your dial-up options.
For help, touch the ? buttons on the
page. After the options are set, touch
NEXT to proceed.
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On the next screen, you can choose
to use MegaNet’s ISP or your own. To
use your own ISP, enter the ISP access phone number, login name, and
password given to you by you Internet
service provider by touching the SET
buttons to the right of these fields. To
use MegaNet’s ISP, touch OBTAIN
PHONE LIST, select your phone numbers, and then touch NEXT to proceed.
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8.
On the next screen, simply touch ACCEPT SETTINGS AND CONNECT to
accept the default settings. If you wish
to change the settings, touch MODIFY
SETTINGS and use the SET or
MANUAL buttons to enter the new
settings. For help with any of the settings, touch the ? buttons on screen.
After you have entered in your new
settings, touch SAVE and then touch
ACCEPT SETTINGS AND CONNECT.
9.
5.
•
7.
If you make a successful connection
and want to retain these settings,
touch SAVE SETTINGS. If the connection fails, touch the MORE INFO button to determine the cause.
IMPORTANT: The game performs multiple
connection checks. A “failure” message
does not always indicate that your network
was not established. If you are only linking
games, or connecting to a jukebox without
connecting to the Internet, the only item that
needs to successfully connect is “Obtain
IP Address”. See below for more details.
Obtain IP
Address
Checks for proper IP
address for game-to-game
and jukebox linking or for
Internet connection
Internet
Checks for Internet
Connection connection
Check
Checks for MegaNet
Registration registration
MegaNet
Checks for communication
Connection to MegaNet server
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If you are connecting your game to an
AMI jukebox, continue with step 7 in
AMI Jukebox Mega-Link Setup.
11. If you are connecting your game to
the MegaNet server, after an initial
connection to the server has been
made, a second connection must be
made in order for all connection features to be fully operational. This call
in can also be performed by entering
Operator Setup, touching Network,
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and then touching CONNECT TO
MEGANET/UPDATE FROM SERVER.
When your machine makes the second connection, the time that it calls in
will be set as your default update time.
This can be changed by entering the
Network Menu, touching NETWORK
OPTIONS, then touching SET next to
"UPDATE TIME".
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AMI Jukebox Mega-Link Setup
In available markets, your Force or Ion Megatouch game(s) may be linked with an AMIpowered jukebox by utilizing the Mega-Link
feature, which allows customers to view
and play jukebox music selections directly
from the Megatouch.
After initiating the link, the game will download the AMI catalog. Under normal circumstances, this could take about 30 minutes
on Ion platform games. There is a catalog
download available on the Web site which
will decrease this time (http://
www.meritgames.com/amidatabase.asp).
Follow the instructions on the site to download the catalog and load it on your game
prior to initiating the link.
asked if you wish to use wired for
your Internet connection, select YES
or NO. Continue with step 4.
4.
Ion Games Only: On the next screen,
simply touch ACCEPT SETTINGS AND
CONNECT to accept the default settings. If you wish to change the settings, touch MODIFY SETTINGS and
use the SET or MANUAL buttons to
enter the new connection settings. For
help with any of the settings, touch the
? buttons on screen. After you have
entered in your new settings, touch
SAVE and then touch ACCEPT SETTINGS AND CONNECT.
5.
Ion Games Only: If you make a successful connection and want to retain
these settings, touch SAVE SETTINGS.
If the connection fails touch the MORE
INFO button to determine the cause.
Continue with step 7.
6.
Force Games Only: Next to
Internet Connection, select the LAN
option. Next to (LAN) Local Area Network Connection, touch Ethernet
or Ethernet Setup to advance to the
Ethernet Internet Setup Screen. At the
Ethernet Internet Setup screen, select
Automatic.
NOTE: Some Force games do not support Super High Resolution and thus
cannot be linked to a jukebox. These
games include Force Radion and Classic, as well as Force conversions from
Slim, Select and EZ Maxx models.
1.
Press the SETUP button.
2.
At the Main Menu, touch the Network
button. For Force games skip to step
6.
3.
Ion Games Only:
Wireless: Touch Connection Wizard. If prompted, select your time zone
and touch NEXT. On the next screen,
touch WIRELESS ETHERNET. Then
touch AUTO-CONNECT TO AMI
ROUTER to automatically make a wireless connection between the
Megatouch and a wireless AMI router
in the same location. Continue with step
4.
Wired: Touch Connection Wizard.
If prompted, select your time zone and
touch NEXT. On the next screen, touch
WIRED ETHERNET. Then touch WIRED
ETHERNET NETWORK. If you are
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NOTE: If the automatic connection
fails, contact Customer Service to set
up a connection using the Manual option.
7.
Touch MAIN MENU at the top of the
screen. Next touch the System button, followed by the AMI Setup option.
8.
To enable AMI Music Connectivity, ensure that the Jukebox ID is set to connect automatically. Accept the default
values for the Server URL and Agent
Name, then touch Connect.
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9.
Enter and confirm the AMI Entertainment username and password created
with your initial jukebox account and
utilized for Web site access.
NOTE: If a jukebox is not detected, you
will be prompted to manually configure the jukebox information obtained
from your jukebox setup screen. On
your jukebox, go into “Service”, then
select the “Diagnostics” and “System
Information” options on screen. Enter the MAC Address, exactly as it appears on the jukebox, into the Jukebox ID field on your Megatouch game.
(The defaulted Server URL and Agent
Name are also listed on the jukebox
setup screen.) Once the information
is entered, touch “Connect” once again
on the AMI Setup screen to proceed.
10. The game will download the music. A
“Connection Successful” message will appear when finished, followed by an option to enable the link.
Touch YES to complete the process.
Once the link is established, you may
return to the AMI Setup screen to disable, test, or view link details.
11. Touch MAIN MENU at the top of the
screen, then touch Credits/Pricing.
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12. Touch AMI Play Cost to configure the
price of music selected from the game.
Use the arrows to set the two-digit
credit cost (e.g., “02” = 2 credits) for
each of the 3 play options: One Song
Play, MOD (Music On Demand) Play,
and Priority Play (My Song First) Cost.
NOTE: The cost of one song must be
set to a minimum amount of 33¢. If
your game is set to one credit is equal
to 17¢, each field in the AMI Play Cost
Screen must be at least 2 credits in order for the units to link.
The same AMI music billing applies
for songs selected through the game.
13. Touch the X in the upper-right corner
of the screen and confirm you want
to exit the setup screens.
Viewing Jukebox Revenue
To view jukebox revenue from your AMIenabled Megatouch, use the following procedure:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the SETUP button.
Touch Books.
Touch Cash Settlement Collection.
Touch Revenue Details/Cash Out.
Locate the Jukebox Selector Music Revenue data.
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Local Tournament Mode
NOTE: If your game was running TournaMAXX and you are switching from OnLine Mode (TournaMAXX) to Off-Line Mode (Local Tournament), you will need
to perform an “Update From Server”. Perform the Update from Server prior to
switching modes so that no TournaMAXX information is deleted. To do so,
touch the “Update From Server” button on the Network Menu (Ion games) or
TournaMAXX Menu (Force games).
To maintain accurate bookkeeping statistics, it is also advised that you perform a Cash Settlement Collection before proceeding to Local Tournament
Mode.
NOTE: The transition from TournaMAXX to Local Tournament requires that the
game be switched from ON-LINE to OFF-LINE mode. From the System Menu,
choose “Options”, then touch the OFF-LINE button. If you are returning to
TournaMAXX, you must return to this screen and select ON-LINE.
Overview
The Local Tournament is a completely programmable tournament promotion system, allowing
players to compete for a prize pool based on the income from premium-priced tournament
games. At the completion of the tournament, the top three scorers are entered into the
Winners’ List for retention until they claim their prizes. The game can be set to use cash
prizes or redemption points depending on local laws.
Up to four tournaments can be programmed to run simultaneously. The settings for each
tournament, including game cost, rounds, starting time, ending time and date, duration, and
prize pool, can be independently programmed to provide maximum flexibility and promotional
potential. Each tournament can be further programmed to be a single, repeating tournament
game, or a sequence of different games, which change for each tournament period.
Players who achieve one of the three high scores during a tournament must enter their
name, along with their own personal identification number (PIN). Should they finish as one
of the three highest scorers in that tournament, the PIN will be used to ensure positive
identification of the player. Provided an attendant is present, prizes may be claimed anytime
after the completion of a tournament. Once the prize is awarded, it is noted on the Winners’
List and is accounted for in the bookkeeping statistics.
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Programming a Tournament
1.
Press the SETUP button.
2.
At the MAIN MENU, touch the Tournament button (see Figure 19).
3.
At the TOURNAMENT MENU, touch the
Set Up Tournament button (see Figure 20) to enter the Tournament Clock
Screen.
4.
At the Tournament Clock Screen (see
Figure 21) confirm the correct date and
time (if the date and/or time is incorrect, set the correct values using the
arrows next to each field).
5.
Touch the NEXT button to enter the Tournament Setup Screen (see Figure 22).
6.
Follow the explanation of each button
on the next pages to set up a Tournament.
FIGURE 19 - MAIN MENU SCREEN
FIGURE 20 - TOURNAMENT MENU SCREEN
BUTTON
ICON
SET-UP
TOURNAMENT
CLEAR
WINNERS
RESET ALL
DESCRIPTION
Accesses the Tournament SetUp screens.
Enters the Clear W inners
screen, which allows you to
clear all winners or clear all
winners who have been
awarded prizes.
Erases ALL tournament
information from the memory
of game!
This includes ALL prize
information!
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Repeat
Icon
1
End
Icon
2
3
13
4
5
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
FIGURE 22 - TOURNAMENT SETUP SCREEN
(EXPLANATION OF BUTTONS CONTINUES ON FOLLOWING PAGE)
Tournament
Sequence
A programmed sequence of up to 5 tournament games.
Touch a “Tournament Sequence #” to program the
desired tournament sequence (each tournament
sequence is programmed independently).
2
Tournament
Game
Sequence
To enter a game into the tournament game sequence,
touch the desired tournament game sequence field and
then touch the game name in the tournament game list.
Use the up and down arrows to view all available
tournament games. Select the REPEAT icon to have
the programmed games repeat their sequence; select
the END icon to have the tournament games end after
the programmed sequence.
3
Tournament
Cost Fields
Touch an individual game price to change the game cost
for that specific tournament.
4
Tournament
Rounds Field
Touch the tournament round number to toggle the
number of rounds for the associated game. Most game
rounds can be set from as low as 1 to as high as the
default number of rounds.
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Tournament
Duration
Sets duration for tournament games in the displayed
Tournament Sequence.
6
Prize
Pool
7
Prize Pool
Starts At
Allows the operator to start the tournament with
cash/points already in the Prize Pool. The pool
increases as players deposit coins.
8
Prize Mode
Sets to POINTS or CASH, depending on tournament
type. When set to CASH, a message is displayed
reminding the user to confirm the legality of cash
tournaments in their area.
9
Default
Tournament
Touch to reset the default tournament settings for that
tournament sequence.
10
Set Operator
PIN
Displays the Set Attendant PIN keypad. The operator
can set up to four PINs to be used by attendants for
awarding prizes. The game will also count the number of
times each PIN is used.
11
End Current
Game
Ends the current tournament game for the highlighted
sequence only.
Sets the percentage of the tournament’s total coin drop
to be used for tournament prizes.
This is the last step for programming a tournament
sequence.
Stopped
12
Delayed
Running
13
Time and
Date
Fields
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Status can be toggled to “RUNNING”, “DELAYED” or
“STOPPED” by touching the associated button.
“RUNNING” means the current tournament will start
upon returning to the Game Menu Screen; “DELAYED”
means the current tournament will start at the
programmed time and date. The tournament settings
are “LOCKED” for the current tournament after credits
have been played for that tournament. WHEN THE
STATUS IS “LOCKED,” ANY CHANGES TO THESE
FIELDS WILL AFFECT THE NEXT TOURNAMENT(S)
ONLY.
Touch the field you want to change and adjust the value
using the UP and DOWN arrows. You cannot set the
time earlier than the current time. Tournament play can
be set in 10-minute increments past the real time. The
tournament will start at the nearest 10-minute interval.
Exits to the Tournament Setup Screen.
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FIGURE 23 - WINNERS’ LIST SCREEN
Awarding Prizes
Players qualify for prizes by finishing with one of the top three high scores for the
tournament.
1.
To award a prize, access the Winners’ List by touching the Tournament icon on
the Player Menu. Then touch the CLAIM PRIZE icon.
2.
On the Winners’ List Screen, touch the player’s name to whom a prize will be
awarded (see Figure 23).
3.
When the PIN keypad is displayed, an attendant must enter one of the four, preprogrammed attendant PINs.
4.
The player then enters their PIN to confirm the awarding of the prize.
5.
The attendant must then touch the PRIZE AWARDED icon to register the payout.
NOTE: Touching EXIT without touching PRIZE AWARDED will cause the
prize award sequence to be aborted. The sequence will have to be repeated to award the prize.
Pay Without PIN
If players should forget their PIN, the attendant can press the SETUP button in place
of entering the player’s PIN. The sequence will continue as though the PIN had been
entered. Touch PRIZE AWARDED to register the payout.
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Presentation Menu
My Merit
Operator Ad Screens
The My Merit feature allows individual players to create custom accounts, accessible
via PIN numbers. Accounts can be created
by touching the My Merit button on the
Player Menu, or by accepting the option to
create an account after achieving a high
score.
A total of 24 advertising screens can be
created with the software and added to the
game. The ads will appear along with the
other attract screens when the game is in
idle mode. Custom images for ad screens
can also be added to the game using an
appropriate storage device for your game
(USB pen or CD). Touch the green ? buttons on each screen for information on how
to create ad screens and add custom
screens to the machine.
Also, a program for adding up to 120 additional ad screens can be downloaded from
our Web site (www.meritgames.com) in the
Support/Software Downloads section.
Force and Ion games only: A USB Pen Kit (kit
number KAV-100-008-02) is available. To
order, contact your local distributor.
Sales Enabler Videos (Ion games only)
Distributors and operators can show customers sales videos directly on the game.
These videos can be accessed via the
Options button on the Player Menu for easy
presentation. To enable this feature, enter
operator setup and touch Presentation
and then Options.
Promotion Menu
The Promotion Menu is designed to encourage player interest. Use the Options button to enable each feature.
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FIGURE 25 - MY MERIT OPTIONS
Players will then have the choice to log in
to their accounts through the My Merit button on the Player Menu and have personal
data stored on the machine. Players can
view their high scores and the number of
games they’ve played in the My Merit mode
for the last year.
NOTE: My Merit data will be cleared
when a software update is performed.
Be sure to back up the data before updating the game. Conversely, backing up data onto the USB pen will also
overwrite any existing My Merit data
on the USB pen.
View Player Data
Touch View Player Data after selecting
My Merit from the Promotion Menu to bring
up a list of all players with My Merit accounts. Touching a player’s name will bring
up the PIN, total number of games played,
and date the account was created. The
Show Hi Scores button will display a list
of the games on which the player has the
high score and the score itself. The operator can also reward the player with free
credits on the View Player Data Screen.
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Show Game Play Frequency
This feature shows the number of games
played by each My Merit player. The operator can choose whether to display all
totals or just those that fall within a certain
date range.
Show Player Hi Scores
Selecting a game name under this feature
will bring up the high scores of each My
Merit player for that game, as well as the
date the score was achieved. The operator can choose whether to display all high
scores or just those that fall within a certain date range.
Backup/Restore
My Merit data can be backed up or restored
with a USB pen. After connecting a pen to
the machine, touch this button to proceed
with backing up or restoring all My Merit
data. USB pen kits (kit number KAV-100008-02) are available. To order, contact
your local distributor.
NOTE: Restoring My Merit data from
a storage device will erase any My
Merit data currently on the game.
FIGURE 26 - MERIT MONEY SCREEN
Promo Credits
The Promo Credits feature generates interest by offering operator-controlled free
credits while the game is in idle mode. Select days of the week, time frames, idle
time (number of minutes the game would
be in idle mode before free credits are offered) and the number of credits (1-10) to
be awarded. A message announcing that
free credits are available will appear on
the screen during idle mode when Promo
Credits go into effect. Promo Credits expire after 10 minutes or when the Promo
Credits time period comes to an end.
Merit Money
The Merit Money screens allow location
owners to encourage game play by offering free games (not free credits) at certain
time intervals via the 6 Star feature. Select
days of the week, time frames, and the
number of free games (1-10 per day) to be
awarded, as well as a PIN number for location owners to use in order to access
Merit Money using the 6 Star feature. Location owners can enable Merit Money by
entering that specific PIN in the 6 Star
screen. One free game is given away each
time the location enters the code until the
predetermined daily limit is reached. Free
games expire after 10 minutes, when money
is deposited into the machine, or when the
Merit Money time period comes to an end.
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MegaNet Menu
Prize Zone
(U.S. Games Only)
Prize Zone allows players to earn “Prize
Bucks” by playing popular Megatouch
games, then shop for prizes right on the
machine. After touching the Prize Zone icon
on the MegaNet menu, players either log in
with an existing login name, or log in as a
new player by entering the information
requested on the game (name, address,
etc.). Once the player accepts the
agreement displayed on the machine, a
game can be selected for play. Players
then choose how much they want to spend
on the game; the more credits used to play
the game, the more Prize Bucks earned
during gameplay.
NOTE: The game must perform an “Update from Server” in order for all MegaNet features to be accessible. The game
must also connect to the server at least
every 15 days for all MegaNet features
to remain.
MegaNet Options
The MegaNet features can be enabled and
disabled through the Options button on the
MegaNet Menu (accessed via the SETUP
button).
Premium Erotic
The Premium Erotic category features
games with content from Penthouse1.
Setup
When enabling the Premium Erotic feature
via the Options button in the MegaNet menu,
a screen describing the terms and content
of the feature appears. Touch the I ACCEPT button to proceed or I DON’T ACCEPT to cancel. After the feature is enabled, a timer can be applied so that the
Premium Erotic feature can only be accessible at certain intervals. Touch the TIMER
button and use the arrows to set the time
frame in which Premium Erotic content is
available.
Games appearing as part of the Premium
Erotic feature are selectable via the Premium Erotic button in the MegaNet Menu.
The Premium Erotic game setup works in
the same manner as categories in the regular Game Setup Menu.
Players can redeem Prize Bucks once
gameplay is over by touching the Prizes
icon. The player may select any prize(s)
that can be attained based on the number of
Prize Bucks earned. Players then fill out the
shipping information to have the prize mailed
to the specified shipping address.
NOTE: Prize Zone is not available in
every state or in Freeplay mode.
Setup
When enabling Prize Zone via the Options
button in the MegaNet menu, a screen explaining Prize Zone terms appears. Touch
the I ACCEPT button to finish enabling the
feature, or I DON’T ACCEPT to cancel.
Games appearing as part of the Prize Zone
Menu are selectable via the Prize Zone
button in the MegaNet Menu, which works
in the same manner as categories in the
regular Game Setup Menu.
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Operator Web Site Access
Hot Topics
Direct access to the operator’s company
Web site is available from the MegaNet
Player Menu for the latest league, event
and other information.
Hot Topics games allow players to compete in games featuring regularly refreshed
current events.
Setup
From the MegaNet Menu, touch the Operator
Web Access button to enter the URL for
your operator Web site, insert your
company name, which will appear under
the button, and set the cost per minute of
viewing time. The text field for your
company name is limited to 30 characters.
If a name is not entered, the space under
the button will read “Your Game Operator’s
Web Site.” Operator Web site access will
have standard MegaWeb pricing set as the
default. To set operator Web site access
to no charge, set the value of a block of
time to zero. When the value is set to zero,
the continue box will appear after 10
minutes of viewing time. If continue is not
selected, it will log off.
Operators can import a personalized
graphic for the Web site button if they
choose. See your Remote Operator
Interface (www.tournamaxx.com) for
instructions on importing a graphic.
NOTE: This feature is not available if
using an 800 number to dial in to the
server, or in Freeplay or Coinless Coin
Op modes.
NOTE: Pages containing Java or Flash
cannot be loaded on the game at this time.
Setup
Games appearing as part of the Hot Topics
Menu are selectable via the Hot Topics
button in the MegaNet Menu, which works
in the same manner as categories in the
regular Game Setup Menu.
MegaWeb
MegaWeb allows the player to access the
World Wide Web through the game. Players
determine how much browsing time they
would like to purchase and then use the
touchscreen to navigate the Web.
NOTE:
In order to optimize the
MegaWeb display, High Resolution
should be enabled on all games except for Classic cabinets and cabinets
that have been converted with the Maxx
to Force kit (which cannot support
high-resolution mode). Additionally,
the first time you enter MegaWeb, you
may need to adjust the horizontal and
vertical monitor settings to maximize
the display. This will only have to be
performed once, and it will not affect
the monitor settings of the game
screens. To adjust the monitor settings,
follow the Monitor Adjustment Procedure in your game owner’s manual.
Setup
Use the MegaWeb Menu to set the cost per
minute block of Web browsing time.
NOTE: Text can be entered into a text
field on a Web page by touching the field
on the game to activate it.
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Time/Payment
When the MegaWeb button is touched, a
screen will appear prompting the player to
select the amount of time to purchase (see
Figure 28). The player can choose the
minimum amount, a selectable amount, or
the amount of all credits already entered
into the machine. If no credits are currently
on the machine, the player will be prompted
to insert money when one of the buttons is
selected.
At the end of the purchased time, a screen
will appear giving the player the option to
use more available credits, or enter more
credits if none are left on the game (see
Figure 29). This screen will remain for 20
seconds and the game will stay connected
to the Internet during this time.
If another MegaWeb purchase is made, the
screen returns to the same page the player
was viewing prior to the timer expiring. If
no purchase is made within 20 seconds,
the game disconnects and reverts to the
Player Menu. If the player exits the browser
with time remaining, the remaining credits
will be applied to amusement play. Time
blocks used will be rounded up to the nearest credit.
FIGURE 28 - CREDIT SELECT SCREEN
The game will attempt to connect 3 times. If
it cannot connect, an error message will
appear asking the player to try again later.
The player will not yet have purchased the
time and will not lose any credits. The timer
countdown begins and specified credits
are allocated to the Web browser upon
successful connection.
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FIGURE 29 - BUY MORE TIME/QUIT
SCREEN
If the connection is lost during the purchased viewing time, the timer will suspend
and the game will attempt to reconnect 3
times. When the connection is reestablished, the timer will resume and the player
will still see the page that was previously
on the machine. If a connection cannot be
reestablished within 3 attempts, the credits remaining in MegaWeb mode will be applied to amusement credits.
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Home Page
Once the game connects to the Internet,
the player is taken to a Home Page with
standard navigation buttons (Forward,
Back, Stop, etc.) and a button that brings
up a keyboard for entering Web addresses
or search text (see Figures 30 and 31).
The Home Page also contains a search engine and various channel buttons (Sports,
Entertainment, News, etc.). Each button
brings up a list of related links for the appropriate channel, as well as a search engine feature. The Merit button will bring up
a screen with links to the home page and
TournaMAXX.
FIGURE 30 - HOME PAGE
NOTE: Text can be entered into a text
field after the field itself is touched
and activated.
NOTE: Java and Flash are not supported
in MegaWeb. Pages containing Java or
Flash cannot be loaded on the game at this
time.
FIGURE 31 - HOME PAGE
WITH KEYBOARD
E-mail and Attachments
E-mail can be accessed through Web-based
e-mail sites using the keyboard, but only
image and text attachments can be opened.
Attachments cannot be saved to the machine.
NOTE: MegaWeb is not available in
Freeplay or Coinless Coin Op mode.
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DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
The following table provides information on the functionality of the hard DIP switches in
Megatouch games. Make sure to read the information in the Notes column to determine
what is affected when performing these functions. After performing any DIP switch
function, make sure to follow the instructions on the screen. In most cases, you will be
instructed to reset the DIP switch in order to reboot the game. If you fail to reset the DIP
switch before rebooting, it could result in corruption of the hard drive.
NOTE: The DIP switch functionality is built into the software. To access the DIP switches
through the software: Turn off the game. Set DIP switch 1 to the closed position. Turn
power on. When the message Please reset DIP 1 to proceed appears, reset DIP 1 to
the open position. The diagnostics page will appear. Touch ? for information on DIP
switch functionality. Touch the specific DIP switch to activate it. Touch X to exit.
DIP#
Motherboard
configuration &
checksum test
6
Hardware
configuration
Usage/Notes
• Configures the CMOS settings on the motherboard to the
default specifications and checks the files on the hard drive.
A checksum test should be performed when the game is locking
up or rebooting. If the test fails, the program should be reloaded
onto the hard drive. After reloading, perform another checksum
test. If it fails again, the hard drive should be replaced.
• Identifies system hardware and configures the motherboard.
A hardware configuration occasionally needs to be performed
after a kit is installed and the touchscreen is not responding to
touch or the calibration is off.
5&7
Memory clear for
TournaMAXX
and TouchTunes
• Clears the login name, password, access phone number, and
all call-in settings for TournaMAXX users.
• Clears all the loaded albums for TouchTunes users.
• Clears current books, coin-in, high scores and resets the
software options.
A memory clear should be performed when a game is not able
to connect to TournaMAXX and there is some question about
the information in the Dial-Up Network Screen being correct.
After performing a memory clear, TournaMAXX setup
information must be re-entered, and an Update From Server
should be performed.
NOTE: TournaMAXX games must perform an Update From
Server BEFORE performing a memory clear.
4&7
Complete
memory clear
• Clears ALL memory on hard drive including the TournaMAXX
player database, TournaMAXX settings, advertising screens,
bookkeeping, high scores, coin-in, options, etc. It resets the
game to the factory defaults. It also marks bad sectors on
hard drive.
A complete memory clear should only be performed when the
game is locking up or resetting and it has passed the checksum
test. After performing a memory clear, the player database
should be reloaded, TournaMAXX setup information must be reentered, and an Update From Server should be performed.
NOTE: TournaMAXX games must perform an Update From
Server BEFORE performing a complete memory clear.
Watchdog Timer
• When the watchdog timer is enabled, it will reboot the
machine within 5 minutes of a failure, allowing the game to
automatically reset itself if a problem arises.
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Troubleshooting Guide for Megatouch Ion Games
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PROBLEM
no power
bill acceptor
motor does not
run
no flash on the
monitor screen
no cooling
fans operating
no output from
power supply
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CORRECTIVE ACTION
Check that the power cord is connected to a “live” outlet.
Check that the power switch is on.
Check that the power cord is connected to the game power
supply.
Check that the power supply’s voltage select switch is set
to the proper voltage.
Check the harness connections to the on/off switch and
circuit breaker.
Check the circuit breaker for an “open”.
Check the AC harness connection to the power supply.
Check the line cord.
no video
no cooling fan
operation
screen is blank
AC power to
the monitor
and bill
acceptor
no output from
power supply
no video
cooling fans
are working
there is a
sound when
coins are
deposited
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Check the DC harness connection to the motherboard.
Check the AC harness connection to the power supply.
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Check the video cable connections to the motherboard and
the LCD display and the monitor control board.
Check the +12 volt supply voltage to the LCD display
(yellow wire = +12, black wire = ground)
Check the harness connections between the PC boards on
the back of the LCD display.
Replace the LCD display.
no video
constant
beeping or a
sequence of
beeps
no video
no sound when
coins are
deposited
coin jam
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The memory card (DIMM) may not be seated properly.
Reseat the DIMM or replace it.
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Check all connections to the motherboard.
Reseat the DIMM.
Replace the motherboard or send it for repair.
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Check the coin mech and coin chute for coins blocking the
pathway.
Make sure the coin harness is connected between the
normally open and common terminals on the coin switch.
Disconnect the bill acceptor and the coin switch one at a
time to narrow down the problem.
Check the coin harness for pinched or damaged wires.
Disconnect the coin harness from J1, J3, J7, and J8 of the
I/O board. If the coin jam still appears, the I/O board will
have to be sent for repair.
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Troubleshooting Guide for Megatouch Ion Games continued
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PROBLEM
poor picture
quality
meter not
advancing
game locks up
or resets while
being played
or in the attract
mode
no movement
on the screen
power has to
be cycled off
and on to get
the game to
function again
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game locks up
with “invalid
key for version
PG3002 – V
XXXX”
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“INVALID KEY”
message while
downloading
software to the
hard drive
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CORRECTIVE ACTION
Adjust Brightness, Contrast, Horizontal, and Vertical
controls with the monitor control board.
Check connection at I/O board.
Check wiring at J2 METER connector on I/O board.
Clean the vents and the fans of any dust and dirt that may
interfere with airflow.
Clean the CPU cooling fan on the motherboard.
Replace the CPU cooling fan if it is not operating properly.
Reseat the DIMM on the motherboard.
Clear memory with the following procedure:
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Turn off the game.
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Press and hold the Setup and Calibrate buttons.
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Turn the game on and keep holding the buttons until
the screen displays “TWO BUTTON CLEAR
DETECTED RELEASE BUTTONS”. This should take
about 30 seconds.
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Release the buttons. This will clear high scores, clear
the books and reset options, and reset the game menu
and coin menu to their factory settings.
Perform a checksum test on the hard drive:
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Turn off the game.
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Turn on DIP switch 8 on the I/O board.
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Turn on the game. The test will take about 10 minutes.
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A failure will cause the test to stop.
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A passed test will display “DRIVE CHECKSUM
COMPLETE RESET ALL DIP SWITCHES TO
REBOOT MACHINE”.
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With power on, turn off DIP switch 8.
Check the program number on the security key. It should
be compatible with the program on the hard drive.
Check the contacts on the security key socket. Lift up on
the contact on the bottom of the socket and make sure
there is a good connection to the base of the security key.
Check the USB cable that connects the I/O board to the
motherboard.
Try another security key with the same program number or
test the security key in another game with the same
program version.
If the security key was replaced before the download, the
motherboard did not boot from the DVD drive.
Check that the DVD drive is set as master.
Check the ribbon cable connections between the DVD drive
and the motherboard.
Try another DVD drive or another set of discs.
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PROBLEM
game will not
download disc
"ERROR
READING
DRIVE C"
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CORRECTIVE ACTION
Make sure the disc is installed correctly, with the logo
facing up.
Check for scratches or a defective disc.
Try a different DVD drive or another disc.
If you’re downloading a disc set, make sure each disc is of
the same revision.
This message can be caused by the hard drive or in some
program versions, a coin jam while the game is turned on.
1. Turn the game off.
2. Locate DS 1, position 8 and turn it on.
3. Turn on power to the cabinet. This will start the hard
drive checksum test, which should take about 20 minutes
to complete.
4. When the hard drive passes the test it will display a
"CHECKSUM GOOD" message and continue to boot up
into the game attract screens. This indicates a coin jam.
5. When the hard drive fails the test, the game will lock up
with a "CHECKSUM ERROR" message, which will stay
on the screen until the power is turned off. In this case,
the hard drive will have to be replaced.
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"DISK BOOT
FAILURE"
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“QUANTUM
FIREBALL,
SMART
FAILURE
DETECTED,
BACK UP
HARD DRIVE”
“CRITICAL
ERROR
ABORT RETRY
FAIL” or “BAD
COMMAND OR
FILE NAME”
error
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This message indicates the motherboard is not receiving data
from the hard drive and has locked up.
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Check the IDE ribbon cable connections to the
motherboard and hard drive.
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Check the power to the hard drive. It should have +5 volts,
+12 volts, and ground.
The self-diagnostics on the hard drive has detected an error.
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The hard drive will have to be replaced.
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Try reloading the program onto the hard drive with a
different set of update discs compatible with the security
key. If it will not accept the download, try another DVD
drive. If it still does not work, replace the hard drive.
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Ion eVo Diagrams
WIRELESS
ADAPTER
COIN MECH
PLAYER / OPERATOR
KEY SOCKET
(available on
some models)
TOUCHSCREEN
BILL ACCEPTOR
JOYSTICK
FIGURE 32 - FRONT VIEW OF THE ION EVO
ETHERNET
COUPLER
PHONE
COUPLER
CASH TOWER
LOCK
CENTRONICS
UPGRADE
CONNECTOR
ON/OFF SWITCH
USB PORT
PRINTER PORT
COVER PLATE
SECURED BY
STANDOFF INSIDE
CPU SECTION
FIGURE 33 - REAR VIEW OF THE ION EVO
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CPU SECTION
LOCK
POWER
SUPPLY
WIRELESS
ADAPTER
HARD DRIVE
MOTHERBOARD
STANDOFF SECURING
COVER PLATE ON
BACK OF CPU SECTION
MONITOR
CONTROLS
SETUP
CALIBRATE
SECURITY
KEY
TOUCHSCREEN
CONTROLLER
DETAIL VIEW OF
CONTROL BOARD
FIGURE 34 - THE ION EVO WITH CPU SECTION OPEN
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Megatouch Ion eVo Replacement Parts List
REPLACEMENT COMPONENTS
17" ION EVO
PART NUMBER
ZSA10070-09
EC9796-01
HW8337-01
SB0539-02
SB0532-01
SA0604-01
SB0477-01
SB0527-03
SA10066-02
DESCRIPTION
ION MOTHERBOARD
MARS BILL ACCEPTOR. $1/2/5, 500 STACKER
MECHANICAL COIN MECH
POWER SUPPLY, 300W ±12,+5,+3.3
17" TOUCHSCREEN OVERLAY
17" INTEGRATED LCD
TOUCHSCREEN CONTROLLER
I/O BOARD
CONTROL BOARD
For a complete list of replacement parts go to
www.meritgames.com > Support > Parts Information.
NOTE: The parts in your game may vary. When calling for replacement
parts, make sure to have your serial number available to ensure the accuracy
of your order.
NOTE: In order for your Megatouch Ion game to function properly, the
hardware must only be replaced with Ion hardware. Replacing the
motherboard, I/O board, hard drive or touchscreen controller with hardware
that is not specific for Ion will eliminate some of the Ion software features.
For additional assistance, after contacting your distributor, contact:
Product Support and Services
USA and Canada call toll-free:
1-800-445-9353
Outside the USA and Canada call:
(215) 826-1400
FAX: (215) 826-1401
You can also visit our Web site
www.meritgames.com
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Connection Diagrams
CENTRONICS
MOTHERBOARD CONNECTION
(SECONDARY IDE)
POWER
HARD DRIVE
CONNECTION
(SATA 1)
I/O BOARD
DIMM
MEMORY
WIRELESS
DEVICE
TOP VIEW OF MOTHERBOARD
ETHERNET
MODEM
SERIAL CABLE
(OPTIONAL)
AUDIO OUT
VGA VIDEO
TOUCHSCREEN
CONTROLLER
CONNECTOR SIDE VIEW OF MOTHERBOARD
FIGURE 35 - ASUS MOTHERBOARD DRAWING
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Connection Diagrams
Motherboard - Power Connector
FIGURE 36 - REAR VIEW OF CABLE CONNECTOR
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PIN
WIRE COLOR
USE
1
2
3
4
5
ORANGE
ORANGE
BLACK
RED
BLACK
+3.3 VDC
+3.3 VDC
GND
+5 VDC
GND
6
7
8
9
10
RED
BLACK
GRAY
VIOLET
YELLOW
+5 VDC
GND
PWR GOOD
+5V VSB
+12 VDC
11
12
13
14
15
ORANGE
BLUE
BLACK
GREEN
BLACK
+3.3 VDC
-12 VDC
GND
PWR ON
GND
16
17
18
19
20
BLACK
BLACK
----RED
RED
GND
GND
----+5 VDC
+5 VDC
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Connection Diagrams
J19
METER 2
J1
COIN MECH
J8
BILL / COIN
J2
METER 1
J20
J7 COIN
BILL MECH
DIP SWITCH BANK
J31
PLAYER
KEY SOCKET
JUMPER AT JP17
FOR JOYSTICK
FUNCTION
J6
POWER
CONNECTOR
SETUP
CALIBRATE
FIGURE 37 - I/O BOARD DRAWING
MONITOR CONTROLS
LCD
REMOTE SETUP/
CALIBRATE/KEY
SECURITY KEY
SETUP
CALIBRATE
FIGURE 38 - ON-SCREEN DISPLAY BOARD DRAWING
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Merit Video Machine Limited Warranty
Merit Entertainment warrants its video machines to be free from defects in material
and workmanship for a period of one year
from the date of purchase. The warranty
covers all electrical components (except
fuses and light bulbs). Certain components
have an extended warranty; the
touchscreen is warranted for 3 years, the
motherboard for 2 years and the hard drive
for 30 months.
Failure due to misuse, vandalism, excessive
or intentional abuse, operation outside specified conditions (including, but not limited to,
improper electrical power source), fire, water damage, acts of God, acts of war and
civil unrest are specifically excluded.
Merit products are carefully inspected and
thoroughly tested prior to packing and shipment. Any damage discovered upon receipt
of goods, whether obvious or concealed,
must be reported immediately to the delivering carrier and claims made directly to them.
Merit assumes no responsibility for damages
once the product has left its facilities and
any disputes regarding transportation damage must be resolved with the shipping
company(s).
Merit will repair or replace, at its option, any
component, part or assembly that fails under warranty, provided that the failed item is
returned, shipping charges prepaid, to
Merit’s repair facility and Merit is notified of
the failure within the warranty period. Merit
reserves the right to request the serial numbers of the item and/or game which has
failed, and copies of sales invoices, bills of
lading or other documents as required to
determine the validity of the warranty coverage. Merit will return or replace warranty
items, as specified above, shipping charges
prepaid, by ground transportation.
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Merit’s obligation shall be limited to repair or
replacement as stated above, and shall specifically exclude any liability for consequential damages or loss of earnings.
Merit may, at its discretion, provide replacement parts under warranty prior to receiving defective items, without incurring any
ongoing obligation to extend such accommodations.
In certain instances, due to geographical or
other considerations, Merit may offer PCB
warranty service on an extended time basis as follows:
(a) User notifies Merit in writing (or FAX)
of PCB failure, providing dates of failure,
serial numbers and a brief description of
failure symptoms.
(b) Failed PCBs are accumulated for a
time period or quantity accumulation, as
designated by Merit and sent in one shipment to save shipping expenses.
(c) Merit honors warranty as per dates
of failure notification.
The above terms and conditions constitute
the sole obligation, written or implied, of Merit
Entertainment under its warranty coverage.
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Merit Industries, Inc. Software License Agreement
Merit Industries, Inc. (“Licensor”) is willing to license the enclosed software to you only if
you accept all of the terms in this license agreement (“Agreement”).
Ownership of the Software
1.
The enclosed Merit® product, which may include but is not limited to the Megatouch®
software program (“Software”) and the accompanying written materials are owned
by Licensor and are protected by United States copyright laws, patent laws and
other intellectual property laws, by laws of other nations, and by international treaties.
Restrictions on Use and Transfer
2.
If this Software package contains multiple media types (such as CD’s, flash cards,
hard drives, etc), then you may use only the type of media appropriate for your
Machine. You may not use the other media types on another Machine, or transfer, or
assign them to another user except as part of the permanent transfer of the Software
and all written materials (as provided for below in paragraph 4).
3.
You may make one copy of the software for backup purposes only. You may not
copy or make backup copies of any software security key or software security
device under any circumstances.
4.
You may permanently transfer the right to use the Software and accompanying
written materials (including the most recent update and all prior versions) if you retain
no copies and the transferee agrees in writing to be bound by the terms of this
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your license. You may not otherwise transfer or assign the right to use the Software,
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You may not operate or allow the operation of the Software at locations where the
operation of such Software does not comply with all local, state, and other
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the Software in violation of any U.S. Federal, state, or local laws or regulations or
any foreign law or regulation, including laws regarding gaming, gambling or intellectual
property rights in or concerning the Software.
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You may not modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble the
Software or create derivative works from the Software or any component thereof;
nor may you remove, modify or hide or otherwise make unreadable or non-viewable
any notice, legend, advice, watermark or other designation contained on the Software,
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You agree that the Software and the authorship, systems, ideas, inventions methods
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Limited Warranty
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Licensor warrants, solely for your benefit, that the Software will function in material
conformity, with its accompanying documentation for a period outlined in Licensor’s
standard product warranty period after your receipt of the Software.
Licensor’s Obligations Under Warranty
9.
Licensor’s sole obligation under the aforesaid warranty shall be to utilize commercially
reasonable efforts to correct or modify such portion of the Software as to make it
materially conform with the applicable documentation.
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copy of the Software on a single Merit (“Machine”) accompanied by a single licensor
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software and the content to the Machine as deemed appropriate by the Licensor.
You are entrusted to maintain and protect your single licensor factory authorized
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and you agree to be responsible for any use of the Software provided herein by a
third party utilizing your identification. Licensor maintains the right to immediately
terminate your License for reasons related to misuse or other non-conformity with
the rules expressed herein. While Licensor does not routinely inspect Machines,
Licensor also reserves the right to inspect or audit the Software from time to time in
Licensor’s sole discretion. To the extent that Licensor’s access to the Software
requires that Licensor also gain access to a Machine in which the Software is
installed, you agree to promptly provide Licensor, when requested, with permission
and aid in Licensor gaining access to the Machine.
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EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, REGARDING OR RELATING TO THE SOFTWARE OR
CONTENT THEREIN OR TO ANY OTHER MATERIAL FURNISHED OR PROVIDED TO
YOU PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT OR OTHERWISE AND LICENSOR SPECIFICALLY
DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO SAID MATERIALS OR THE USE THEREOF.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE
OR OTHER UNIFORM LAWS SHALL NOT APPLY TO THIS AGREEMENT.
Limitation on Liability
12. IN NO EVENT SHALL LICENSOR BE LIABLE UNDER ANY CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION
ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE SOFTWARE, ITS USE, INSTALLATION OR
LICENSOR’S PERFORMANCE OR LACK THEREOF UNDER THIS AGREEMENT FOR
ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
WHETHER OR NOT LICENSOR HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION. IN ADDITION, WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, IN
ALL EVENTS THE REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO YOU SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT
PAID BY YOU TO LICENSOR FOR THE SOFTWARE.
13. IN NO EVENT WILL LICENSOR BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY
LOSS OF PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE, MISUSE, BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT OR
INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE.
General
14. The validity and construction of this Agreement and of the rights and obligations herein
shall be determined and governed by the laws of the State of New York. By accepting
the terms of this Agreement, you acknowledge and accept that the courts of New
York, New York shall have exclusive jurisdiction and venue regarding any disputes
arising with regard to this Agreement or arising out of activity or misuse of the
Software.
15. Merit, in its sole discretion, may assign this agreement or any of its rights and
obligations hereunder.
16. If you have any questions concerning this Agreement or wish to contact Licensor for
any reason, please write: Merit Industries, Inc., 155 Rittenhouse Circle, Bristol, PA
19007, USA.
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Contrat de licence de logiciel de Merit Industries, Inc.
Merit Industries, Inc. (ci-après le "Concédant") est disposé à vous accorder la licence d'utilisation
du logiciel ci-inclus, à condition que vous vous engagiez à respecter tous les termes, clauses et
conditions du présent contrat de licence (Contrat).
Droit de Propriété
1. Le produit Merit ci-joint contenant, mais ne s'y limitant pas, le logiciel Megatouch™ (ci-après le
"logiciel") et toute la documentation écrite, restent la propriété du Concédant et sont protégés
par : les lois de droits d'auteur des Etats-Unis, les lois s'appliquant aux brevets déposés et à
la propriété intellectuelle, ainsi que par celles des autres pays et les traités internationaux.
Restriction d'Utilisation et Transfert
2. Si le présent logiciel comprend plusieurs types de composants (tels que CD-ROM, cartes
flash, disques durs, etc), vous ne pouvez utilisez que ceux qui conviennent à votre appareil.
Il est strictement interdit de les utiliser sur un autre appareil, les transférer -ou les céder à un
autre utilisateur, sauf en cas de transfert permanent du logiciel et de toute la documentation
écrite (comme indiqué ci-dessous au paragraphe 4).
3.
Il est interdit de copier le logiciel, à l'exception d'une copie de sauvegarde. Il est aussi interdit
de reproduire -ou faire des copies de sauvegarde des programmes de clé de sécurité ou
autres fichiers de sécurité, quelles que soient les circonstances.
4.
Vous pouvez céder en permanence à un tiers -le droit d'utiliser le LOGICIEL et toute la
documentation écrite l'accompagnant, (ainsi que la plus récente mise à jour et toutes autres
anciennes versions) seulement si vous n'en gardez aucune copie, et si le cessionnaire
s'engage, par écrit, à respecter les termes, clauses et conditions du présent Contrat. Cette
cession à un tiers met fin à votre licence immédiatement. Autrement, vous n'avez pas la
permission de transférer ou d'accorder à un tiers le droit d'utiliser le présent logiciel, excepté
que tel que décrit dans le présent paragraphe.
5.
Il est interdit d'utiliser le présent logiciel ou de permettre son utilisation dans des emplacements
où l'utilisation du présent logiciel n'est pas conforme aux lois et réglementations locales,
nationales ou réglementations d'autres organismes gouvernementaux. Vous acceptez de ne
pas utiliser ou d'autoriser l'utilisation du logiciel d'une manière enfreignant les lois ou regulations s'appliquant à la propriété intellectuelle et au jeu, en vigueur aux Etats-Unis ou dans les
autres pays du monde, y compris les lois de l'ensemble du logiciel.
6.
Il est interdit de modifier, adapter, traduire, démonter, décompiler, désassembler le logiciel ou
créer du matériel dérivé du logiciel ou de tout composant de celui-ci ; vous ne pouvez pas
enlever, modifier ou cacher ou rendre illisible ou non-visible toute instruction, légende, information ou filigrane ou autre désignation qui apparaît dans le logiciel, composant dudit logiciel
ou résultant dudit logiciel.
7.
Vous convenez que le logiciel et les droits d'auteur, les systèmes, les idées, les inventions, les
méthodes d'utilisation, la documentation et autre information incluse, ainsi que toutes les
versions, modifications et adaptations qui s'y rattachent sont les propriétés intellectuelles du
Concédant et sont protégées par le droit civil et pénal et par le droit d'auteur, le secret
commercial, la marque déposée et le brevet aux Etats-Unis et dans les autres pays du monde.
Limite de Garantie
8. Le Concédant garantit seulement à votre intention, que le logiciel permettra une utilisation
conforme, avec la documentation l'accompagnant, pendant la période de temps indiquée
dans la période de garantie du produit standard du Concédant, à compter de la date de
livraison du logiciel.
Responsabilité du Concédant aux termes de la Garantie
9. La seule obligation du Concédant aux termes de la garantie susmentionnée sera de faire tous
les efforts commercialement raisonnables pour corriger ou modifier la partie du logiciel pour
le rendre matériellement conforme aux spécifications de la documentation.
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Concession de Licence
10. Le Concédant vous accorde le droit d'utiliser une seule copie par appareil Merit (ci-après
"Appareil") accompagné d'une seule clé de sécurité autorisée en usine et fournie par le
Concédant. Le Concédant se réserve le droit de mise à jour des versions du logiciel et du
contenu de l'Appareil, quand il juge nécessaire de le faire. Il vous appartient également
d'empêcher que les mots de passe ou autres codes et la clé de sécurité soient utilisés par un
tiers. Vous acceptez d'assumer la responsabilité dans le cas de l'utilisation du logiciel par un
tiers. Le Concédant se réserve le droit de résilier votre contrat de licence à tout moment dans
l'éventualité d'une utilisation non-conforme aux clauses stipulées. Bien que le Concédant ne
contrôle pas les appareils périodiquement, il se réserve toutefois le droit de contrôler le logiciel
à tout moment et sans préavis de sa part. De surcroît, dans l'éventualité où le logiciel n'est
accessible qu'à travers la machine dans laquelle il est installé, le licencié s'engage à donner
libre accès au Concédant, ou ses représentants, à la machine et dans les plus brefs délais.
Exclusion de toute autre garantie
11. EXCEPTE COMME PREVU DANS LASECTION INTITULEE "LIMITE DE GARANTIE", LE CONCEDANT
N'ASSUREAUCUNEAUTRE GARANTIE DE QUELQUE NATURE ETAQUELQUE TITRE QUE CE
SOIT, EXPLICITE OU IMPLICITE, EN RAPPORTAVEC LE LOGICIEL ET LES COMPOSANTS QUI
L'ACCOMPAGNENT OU, LE CAS ECHEANT, TOUT SUPPORT OU MATERIEL FOURNI
CONFORMEMENT AU PRESENT CONTRATEN PARTICULIER, LE CONCEDANT NE PEUT
DONNER AUCUNE GARANTIE, DE QUELQUE NATURE QUE CE SOIT, POUR LA
COMMERCIALISATION DE TOUS LES PRODUITS EN RAPPORTAVEC LE LOGICIEL OU AVEC
L'UTILISATION DE CELUI-CI. DANS LA MESURE OU CELAEST PERMIS PAR LALOI, LE CODE
UNIFORME COMMERCIAL OU AUTRE LOI UNIFORME NE S'APPLIQUE PAS AU PRESENT
CONTRAT.
Limite de Responsabilité
12. LE CONCEDANT NE SERA EN AUCUN CAS RESPONSABLE DE TOUTE RECLAMATION,
DEMANDE OUACTION RESULTANT DE OU EN RAPPORTAVEC LE LOGICIEL, SON UTILISATION
OU SON INSTALLATION, OU LA PERFORMANCE OU MANQUE DE PERFORMANCE DU
CONCEDANT EN VERTU DU PRESENT CONTRAT POUR TOUS DOMMAGES D'UNE NATURE
QUI N'EST PAS PRESUMEE PAR LALOI ET QUI DOIVENT ETRE EXPRESSEMENT PROUVES,
DOMMAGE INDIRECTS, DOMMAGES-INTERETS POUR PREJUDICE MORAL, QUE LE
CONCEDANT AIT ETE AVISE OU NON DE LA POSSIBILITE D'UNE TELLE RECLAMATION,
DEMANDE OUACTION. DE PLUS, SANS LIMITER CE QUI PRECEDE, LES DEDOMMAGEMENTS
A VOTRE DISPOSITION SERONT LIMITES AU MONTANT QUE VOUS AUREZ PAYE AU
CONCEDANT POUR LE LOGICIEL.
13. LE CONCEDANT NE SERAENAUCUN CAS RESPONSIBLE : D'UNE RUPTURE DE CONTRAT,
DES DOMMAGES, Y COMPRIS TOUTE PERTE DE PROFIT, PERTES D'ECONOMIE OU TOUS
AUTRES DOMMAGES INDIRECTS OU DOMMAGES-INTERETSACCESSOIRES DECOULANT
DE LA MAUVAISE UTILISATION OU DE L'IMPOSSIBILITE D'UTILISATION DU LOGICIEL.
Dispositions Générales
14. La validité et la construction du présent Contrat et les droits et obligations ci-inclus seront
déterminés et régis par les lois de l'état de New York aux États-Unis. En acceptant les
dispositions du présent contrat, vous acceptez également que tous litiges ou revendications
relatives seront réglés par voie d'arbitrage par un tribunal de l'état de New York, aux EtatsUnis.
15. Merit Industries se réserve le droit de transférer le présent Contrat à un tiers ainsi que ses
droits et obligations ci-après.
16. Pour toutes questions concernant le présent Contrat -ou si vous désirez contacter le Concédant
pour une raison quelconque, veuillez écrire à : Merit Industries, Inc., 155 Rittenhouse Circle,
Bristol, PA 19007, Etats-Unis.
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Merit Industries, Inc. Softwarelizenzabkommen
Merit Industries, Inc. („Lizenzgeber”) ist nur dann bereit Ihnen eine Lizenz für die beiliegende
Software zu erteilen, wenn Sie alle Bestimmungen dieses Lizenzabkommens (“Abkommen”)
akzeptieren.
Eigentumsvorbehalt der Software
1. Das beiliegende Merit®-Produkt, welches das Megatouch® Softwareprogramm („Software”) beinhalten kann, aber nicht darauf beschränkt ist, und die schriftlichen Unterlagen
sind Eigentum des Lizenzgebers und sind durch die Gesetze der Vereinigten Staaten
und anderer Länder und durch internationale Verträge urheberrechtlich geschützt.
Beschränkungen im Gebrauch und Transfer
2. Sollte diese Softwarelieferung mehrere Medien enthalten (z.B. CD, Karten, Festplatten
usw.), dürfen Sie nur die für Ihre Maschine angebrachte Medienart verwenden. Die anderen
Medienarten dürfen nicht auf anderen Maschinen verwendet werden oder an Dritte
übergeben werden, abgesehen von einem endgültigen Transfer der Software und aller
schriftlichen Unterlagen (wie im untenstehenden Paragraphen 4 beschrieben).
3.
Sie dürfen nur eine Sicherungskopie der Software herstellen. Unter keinen Umständen
dürfen Sie einen Softwaresicherungsschlüssel oder Sicherungsmaßnahmen kopieren oder
davon Sicherungskopien herstellen.
4.
Sie dürfen das Nutzungsrecht für die Software und die schriftlichen Unterlagen (einschließlich
der aktuellen Version und aller vorhergehenden Versionen) an Dritte übertragen, wenn Sie
keine Kopie behalten und wenn der Empfänger die Bestimmungen dieses Abkommens in
schriftlicher Form akzeptiert. Bei einem solchen Transfer der Lizenz an Dritte erlischt Ihre
Lizenz umgehend. Abgesehen von den Bestimmungen dieses Paragraphen sind alle anderen
Transfers oder Übertragungen der Nutzungsrechte für diese Software unerlaubt.
5.
Sie dürfen die Software nicht benutzen oder eine Nutzung gestatten, wenn eine
solche Nutzung der Software irgendwelche Gesetze und Verordnungen der
kommunalen oder staatlichen Behörden verletzen würde. Sie verpflichten sich die
Software nicht so zu nutzen oder nutzen zu lassen, dass sie damit gegen staatliche,
Bundes- oder Lokalgesetze oder Bestimmungen der USA oder gegen ausländische
Gesetze oder Bestimmungen, einschliesslich aller Gesetze bezüglich Glücksspiels,
Spielens oder geistigen Eigentumrechts der Software, verstossen.
6.
Es ist Ihnen nicht gestattet, die Software abzuändern, zu verändern, zu übersetzen,
rückumzuwandeln, zu dekompilieren oder zu zerlegen, oder aus der Software oder eines
Teils davon andere Werke abzuleiten. Sie dürfen auch aus der Software, einem Bestandteil
der Software oder aus den Datenausgaben der Software keine Hinweise, Bemerkungen,
Ratschläge, Wasserzeichen oder andere Markierungen entfernen, verändern, verbergen
oder auf andere Art unlesbar machen.
7.
Sie akzeptieren, dass die Software und die Urheberschaft, die Systeme, die Ideen,
Erfindungen, die Arbeitsweisen, die Dokumentation und alle anderen darin enthaltenen
Informationen und alle Versionen, Veränderungen, und Bearbeitungen davon das geistige
Eigentum des Lizenzgebers sind, und dass sie durch Straf- und Zivilgesetzgebung und
durch die Copyright-, Geschäftsgeheimnis-, Warenzeichen- und die Patentgesetze der
Vereinigten Staaten und anderer Länder geschützt sind.
Beschränkte Garantie
8. Der Lizenzgeber garantiert zu Ihren Gunsten, dass die Software für die angegebene
normale Garantiezeit des Lizenzgebers nach Ihrer Annahme der Software in erheblicher
Übereinstimmung mit der beiliegenden Dokumentation laufen wird.
Verpflichtung des Lizenzgebers im Rahmen der Garantie
9. Die ausschließliche Pflicht des Lizenzgebers im Rahmen der vorstehenden Garantie besteht
darin, alle geschäftlich vertretbaren Schritte zu unternehmen, um Teile der Software zu
berichtigen oder abzuändern, bis sie mit der beiliegenden Dokumentation erheblich
übereinstimmen.
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Übertragung der Lizenz
10. Der Lizenzgeber gewährt Ihnen eine beschränkte, nicht-ausschliessbare Lizenz zur
Vertreibung und/oder Benutzung einer Kopie der Software auf einem einzelnen Merit™ („Gerät”)
mit einem einzelnen werksmäßig gestatteten Sicherungsschlüssel. Der Lizenzgeber behält
sich das Recht vor, nach eigenem Ermessen die Software und den Inhalt der Maschine zu
verbessern. Sie sind dafür verantwortlich ihren individuellen, vom Lizenzgeber werksmäßig
gestatteten Sicherheitsschlüssel, ihr Passwort oder anderweitigen Identifikationsmechanismus
instandzuhalten und abzusichern gegen die Nutzung durch eine dritte Partei, und sie akzeptieren
die Verantwortung für jegliche Nutzung der besagten Software durch eine dritte Partei mithilfe
ihresIdentifikationsmechanismus . Obwohl der Lizenzgeber nicht regelmässig Maschinen
inspiziert, behält sich der Lizenzgeber das Recht vor, ihre Lizenz umgehend zu kündigen aus
Gründen des Missbrauchs oder bei Nichtbefolgung der Bestimmungen in diesem Vertrag. Der
Lizenzgeber behält sich ebenfalls das Recht vor, die Software von Zeit zu Zeit nach eigenem
Ermessen zu inspizieren oder zu überprüfen. Im Falle, dass der Lizenzgeber Zugang zu dem
Gerät wünscht, in dem besagte Software installiert ist, erklären Sie sich bereit, dass sie dem
Lizenzgeber, wenn nötig, Erlaubnis und Hilfe beim Zugang zum Gerät verschaffen.
Beschränkungen
11. ABGESEHEN VON DEN BESTIMMUNGEN DES PARAGRAPHEN „BESCHRÄNKTE GARANTIE"
GIBT DER LIZENZGEBER KEINE SONSTIGEN VERSPRECHEN, VERPFLICHTUNGEN ODER
GARANTIEN, OB AUSDRÜCKLICH ODER STILLSCHWEIGEND, FÜR DIE SOFTWARE ODER
IHRE BESTANDTEILE ODER FÜRALLEANDEREN MATERIALIEN, DIE IHNEN IM RAHMEN DIESES
ABKOMMENS ZUR VERFÜGUNG GESTELLT ODER ÜBERLASSEN WERDEN, UND DER
LIZENZGEBER LEHNT AUSDRÜCKLICH ALLE ANSPRÜCHE AUF MARKTFÄHIGKEIT UND
EIGNUNG DER BESAGTEN MATERIALIEN FÜR DEN GEWÖHNLICHEN GEBRAUCHAB. SOWEIT
GESETZESMÄSSIG ZUGELASSEN, SOLLEN DIE HANDELSRECHTLICHE GESETZGEBUNG
AUS DEM UNIFORM COMMERCIALCODE ODERANDERE GESETZEAUF DIESESABKOMMEN
NICHTANWENDBAR SEIN.
Haftungsbeschränkung
12. DER LIZENZGEBER HAT KEINERLEI HAFTUNG BEI EINEMANSPRUCH, EINER FORDERUNG
ODER EINER KLAGE, DIE AUF NUTZUNG DER SOFTWARE, DEREN INSTALLIERUNG, DER
LEISTUNG DES LIZENZGEBERS ODER DESSEN VERSAGEN IM RAHMEN DIESESABKOMMENS
FÜR JEGLICHE FOLGE-, INDIREKTE, SONDER- ODER NEBENSCHÄDEN BERUHEN, SELBST
WENN DER LIZENZGEBERAUF DIE MÖGLICHKEIT EINES SOLCHENANSPRUCHES, EINER
FORDERUNG ODER EINER KLAGE HINGEWIESEN WURDE. WEITERHIN UND OHNE
BESCHRÄNKUNG DES LETZTEN SATZES, DÜRFEN IN ALLEN FÄLLEN DIE IHNEN ZUR
VERFÜGUNG STEHENDEN ABHILFEN DIE VON IHNEN FÜR DIE SOFTWARE AN DEN
LIZENZGEBER GEZAHLTE SUMME NICHTÜBERSCHREITEN.
13. DER LIZENZGEBER HAT IN KEINEM FALLEINE HAFTUNG IHNEN GEGENÜBER FÜR SCHÄDEN,
EINSCHLIESSLICH ETWAIGER GEWINNVERLUSTE, NICHT REALISIERTER EINSPARUNGEN
ODER ANDERER NEBEN- ODER FOLGESCHÄDEN, DIE AUS IHRER VERWENDUNG,
MISSBRAUCH, VERLETZUNG DIESESABKOMMENS ODER GEBRAUCHSUNFÄHIGKEIT DER
SOFTWARE ENTSTEHEN.
Allgemein
14. Die Rechtsgültigkeit und Provisionen dieses Abkommens und der darin enthaltenen Rechte und
Pflichten werden durch die Gesetze des Staates von New York bestimmt. Sollten sie diese
Vereinbarungen annehmen, dann akzeptieren Sie, dass der ausschliessliche Erfüllungsort
und Gerichtsstand bei den Gerichten von New York im Staat New York liegen hinsichtlich aller
Streitigkeiten, die diesen Vertrag betreffen, oder die durch Leistung oder Missbrauch der
besagten Software entstehen.
15. Merit kann nach eigenem Ermessen dieses Abkommen oder jedes der darin enthaltenen
Rechte und Pflichten an Dritte abtreten.
16. Bei Rückfragen über dieses Abkommen oder wenn Sie den Lizenzgeber aus einem anderen
Grund kontaktieren wollen, bitte schreiben an: Merit Industries, Inc., 155 Rittenhouse Circle,
Bristol, PA 19007, USA.
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Please read the enclosed license agreement. Operation of this game
constitutes acceptance of the Merit Software License Agreement.
Veuillez lire le contrat de licence d’utilisation ci-inclus. Si vous utilisez ce
jeu, vous vous engagez à respecter les termes et conditions du contrat de
licence d’utilisation du logiciel de Merit.
Bitte beiliegendes Lizenzabkommen durchlesen. Das Merit Software
Lizenzabkommen tritt in Kraft, sobald dieses Spiel verwendet wird.
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