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Any Advice or Tips for Modding? Customizing Systems?
Any Advice or Tips for Modding? Customizing Systems? –
Well, I have got a PSone SCPH-101. It has not done much since I got it.
Im in the US and looking for a good way to mod it. I know I can take it to my local shop and get it done professionally if it requires anything like that. Or, I can give it a shot myself. Like the thread said, I am looking for any advice and tips.
Also. I forget the name of the guy who sells custom psxZ with over clocks etc etc... could anyone help me out here. Do people sell moddified systems or take yours and modify them?
Off-Topic: I also have a PS2 SCPH-30001. I know I should send my ps2 card in, but anything else to get me started... I tried every trying to install it on my own, but everything I had did not work. I might post this in PS2 threads if I need to, but thanks anyways.
check the buy sell trade thread... he just listed a few systems...
136 installs , last on 16-NOV-2013
PS2 50002 PAL Silver
+ Network Adaptor + 500 Gig
Hitachi IDE + FMCB 1.8b
PS2 79002 PAL
Slim Unmodded FMCB 1.8b
black CFW 6.60 B10 PhotoFast 5400 with 2 x 8 Gig micro SDHC
i think i still have a few ps1 modchips in a bin on a shelf in my garage.... years and years ago i used to buy the chips in bulk and mod ps1s on the side.... was a VERY lucrative side-business back in the mid to late 90s! i also used to make arcade fightsticks for snes & ps1... and then ps2. i eventually made one for my ps3 using a dualshock 3 my dog chewed up - as far as i know, the ONLY bluetooth arcade fightstick never mass produced!
i can install the freemcboot for your ps2 mem card if you want - just pay the shipping/mailing both ways. i'll also look in my garage for a modchip for your ps1 and throw that in there. it's a thru-hole design IC, and i used to solder in a chipholder so i can plug & unplug the IC whenever i wanted. in retrospect, i guess i could have just soldered/wired a switch, but the chip holder looked awesome!
oh, incidentally, they have psx backups working in modded ps2s now, so the modchip for your ps1 might be a moot point....
Thanks sel2killa, I will definitely take you up on that offer. Once I have some padded envelopes, the memory card, and little extra time, I will send you a PM.
I would still like to have both modded, so I maybe actually use them Another console, another room with video games
Thanks again, sel2killa, I will send you a PM in a week or so.
no worries... i aint going anywhere. esp if the psn doesnt come back online... i spend all of my would-be gaming time browsing these forums nowadays! gotta keep myself busy somehow! to be honest, i rarely turn on my ps2. it's in a different room and mostly sees it's powered-on time playing divx videos. sometimes, if i happen to go to a getogether and we're just going to be drinking, i'll bring along the ps2 and some rockband instruments. nothing beats drunken rockband! lol
yeah, i've browsed through multiple ps3 jailbreaking forums since last year, but never joined until recently. there a LOT of misunderstood information out there only because different people keep reading different posts that had tiny pieces of the puzzle, but not ALL of it. not that my little contributions would help much, but i figure anything is something!
The small PSOne is rather difficult to modify with stealth modchips. Also, only the latest stealth modchip (MultiMode 3) is compatible with the PSOne, so the case might be that the very old modchips you have (if they are stealth, that is) might not be compatible with his console.
Classic 4-wire modchips are quite easy to install in a PSOne. They demand some anti-mod games to be patched though, unless they haven't been patched already (I'm sure you can find pre-patched backups on rom sites anyway).