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    Question CPS2 Eproms cleaning

    Hello everybody
    I want to clean my cps2 Vampire Hunter Board. Just changed the battery and it seems to be some graphics flickering in some moments (specific stages) of the game (barely visible). I wanted to clean all the Eprom on the board to be sure it's not a contact issue. Can I simply get them out, one by one and try a dry clean ? or some Eproms needs to stay in the board because of the encryption key ?
    It's maybe stupid question but I don't want to kill the game :-)

    Thanks in advance

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    You can remove them all, the encryption is within a different portion of the board.
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    If it is the characters at certain animation frames it is normal.

    If you do want to clean them just take them out and clean with contact cleaner on the legs + q-tips. Just be careful not to short anything near the battery, especially the capacitor right by it. If you do the encryption keys will be gone.

    not that big of a deal nowadays with infinikey and key restoring but a minor inconvenience.
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    Thank you so much for your answers. I can do it my mind in peace now lol ! of course there is solutions for key restoring nowadays, but it's always less work
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    I just wanted to thank you guys, cleaned the board and everything works fine now

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