I recently lost the manual for my electronic dartboard. You say, big deal. Well it just so happens that the ten billion built in darts games become positively useless unless you can match up a cryptic numeric code with a set of rules. And what does “Cybermatch” mean anyway?
No problem, I say, I’ll just hop online and download it from the manufacturer. Well, apparently that is a problem, as Halex’s parent company was recently bought out and they took down the old support site with PDF instruction manual downloads.
Mad internets powers to the rescue: after much searching, I was able to find the old manuals thanks to archive.org. Below is a listing of dartboards that Regent Sports/Halex has produced this past decade with downloadable PDFs: