Roller Controller with bad controller interface chip? in ColecoVision / Adam Posted November 4 Hello I have tried to put in the leg work and I searched the boards here and the internet for the last week now to no avail before I decided to post here and ask my question. I have a roller controller that when I use it it works fine as far as it goes up/down and left/ right when using it and all 4 buttons work like they should but it automatically starts the game/skips select screen, which I know on a console is a blown CI chip. I have used it on 4 different consoles and it does the same thing, and all 4 consoles have working Controller interface chips(2 of the consoles the chips have been replaced with socketed new chips and Ruggers Anti static boards on them) so when I disconnect the roller controller, and hook up my regular contollers, each console works fine. Also with no standard contollers attached to the roller controller it exibits the same behavior, starting a game automatically and with only one controller plugged in to either side, same behavior. So my question is about the roller controller and does it have it's own controller interface chips onboard, if so where are they located, and are they replaceable? Or is there another culprit at work here that I haven't realized? I have another fully working roller contoller that I used the same joysticks on and it works perfectly on all 4 consoles so I know the problem is isolated to the roller controller and not the consoles or standard contollers I am using. Any advice/help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!