Ok. That makes it very hard to give relevant advice though, as the mod-chip details are crucial to what you can or can't do.Quote:
Originally Posted by jimd
I didn't think it could work, but it's good to clear up that side issue.Quote:
Yep - i tried intalling just a launchelf file with the compiler and then booting with a psx cd - no good ( looks like exploits don't work as you say).
I'm glad you like it. But let me clarify that it is not just my project. Others too take part in it, though unfortunately not the one who created it. (A japanese guy named Mirakichi.)Quote:
Btw your uLaunchELF v3.41t is much better than the one i was using ( i had v 3.41 modified with "stinky's all in one installer" )
Thx for that - a great tool for editing and copying from other mc and usb drive.
Not all, but the good modern ones do. And of course, those are the ones imitated by the clone-makers too. I don't think your chip can be very old anyway, as I don't think such a chip could work at all with the new PStwo models.Quote:
If my chip is not an MI clone then i guess there may be another way of entering dev mode and a menu. Do all chips ( clones included ) have these basic features or am i just hoping?
The DMS chips (both DMS3 and DMS4) will start an ELF stored as "mc0:/BOOT/BOOT.ELF" if you hold down the 'Triangle' button during startup/reset. Note that this uses the same folder as the MI chip, but with a different command button.
If that too fails, then I'm all out of ideas again...:(
Best regards: dlanor