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Coin-Op : Arcade : Galaxian : "galaxiaj" Virtual Machine

Overview

ROM Set/Virtual Machine: galaxiaj
Long Name: Galaxian (Namco set 2)
Manufacturer: Namco
Year: 1979
Clone?: Yes, of galaxian
Implemented In: galaxian.c
Monitor Type: raster
Orientation: vertical
Resolution: 256 x 224 (w x h)
Colors: 98

NOTE: These are MAME "Virtual Machines." These virtual machines are ROM-specific but contain address space information (memory maps) that may be useful when debugging hardware. There may be descrencies between MAME's definition of the hardware, and actual hardware. Information is provided for reference only. THERE ARE NO ROMS ANYWHERE ON THIS WEB SITE.


Driver Details

ROM Regions:

Region ROM File Start - End CRC 9010A SHA1
CPU1 7f.bin 0 - FFF 4335B1DE E242 e41e3d90dac738cf71377f3b476ec67b14dee27a
CPU1 7j.bin 1000 - 1FFF 4E6F66A1 EBAF ee2a675ab34485c0f58c51be7630a51e27a7a8f3
CPU1 7l.bin 2000 - 27FF 5341D75A 547E 40bc8fcc598f58c6ff944e2a4a9288463e75a09d
GFX1 1h.bin 0 - 7FF 39FB43A4 1BB5 4755609bd974976f04855d51e08ec0d62ab4bc07
GFX1 1k.bin 800 - FFF 7E3F56A2 E28A a9795d8b7388f404f3b0e2c6ce15d713a4c5bafa
PROMS 6l.bpr 0 - 1F C3AC9467 C471 f382ad5a34d282056c78a5ec00c30ec43772bae2

NOTE: These are the "ROM Regions" defined in the MAME "Virtual Machine." Usually these correspond to actual CPUs or Sound CPUs. Occasionally they will not. Occasionally they will be wrong, or they will not be mappable locations. Paging is usually handled through a software "hack" and not represented in this map.
9010A: Refers to the Fluke 9010A Signature Analysis algorithm. You should independently confirm these signature numbers before using. Different ROM versions will have different signatures.

Emulated CPUs:

CPU: Z80
CPU#: 1
Sound?: No
Fluke 9010A Script
Start - End   R   W 
0 - 3FFF r w
4000 - 47FF r w
5000 - 53FF r w
5400 - 57FF r
5800 - 583F w
5800 - 58FF r
5840 - 585F w
5860 - 587F w
5880 - 58FF w
6000 - 6001 w
6000 - 6000 r
6002 - 6002 w
6003 - 6003 w
6004 - 6007 w
6800 - 6802 w
6800 - 6800 r
6803 - 6803 w
6805 - 6805 w
6806 - 6807 w
7000 - 7000 r
7001 - 7001 w
7004 - 7004 w
7006 - 7006 w
7007 - 7007 w
7800 - 7800 w
7800 - 78FF r
 


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