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ROM Set/Virtual Machine: sundance
Long Name: Sundance
Manufacturer: Cinematronics
Year: 1979
Clone?: No
Implemented In: cinemat.c
Monitor Type: vector

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 sundance.t7 8000 - 87FF D5B9CB19 88E8 72dca386b48a582186898c32123d61b4fd58632e
CPU1 sundance.p7 8001 - 8800 445C4F20 96D2 972d0b0613f154ee3347206cae05ee8c36796f84
CPU1 sundance.u7 9000 - 97FF 67887D48 4A41 be225dbd3508fad2711286834880065a4fc0a2fc
CPU1 sundance.r7 9001 - 9800 10B77EBD 530 3d43bd47c498d5ea74a7322f8d25dbc0c0187534

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#: 1
Sound?: No
no 9010A support
Start - End   R   W 
0 - 1FF r w
8000 - FFFF r w

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