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Slim line v15 sliver ps2 Help please
Slim line v15 sliver ps2 Help please –
Ok so i bought a brand new slim line sliver ps2, its a version 15, so first i bought the xeno ps chip from mod-chip.com, and i installed it, but it would not play my backups, i was able to get into the config menu and disable it, but it wouldnt play my backups, so i sent back the chip and exchanged it for a Matrix infinity green dot. I reinstalled and redid the whole job and did an amazing job, all wires are nice and parallel and look great, and i checked all points, and it seems to do the same thing, the boot logo comes up, i can disable it, and i can get into the config menu, but it wont play my backups! And i know that the backups work because i used to have a old fat ps2 that they would play on..... Can some one please help me!!! any comments please!
Speaking from experience with my V14 with MI green dot:
Flash the latest firmware (but prob you already did)
The fact that you can enter the config menu could mean the problem is in the 4wires that are used for backup-playing. (a, b, i & g). I had exactly the same problem and found out I misplaced the i-wire. Everything was working exept playing backups. So the problem is prob there IMO.
cool thanks for your opinion, i will make sure to check that, anyone else?
if that fails post a high res pic of the install
I just bought the same silver model SCPH-77001 how do you know what verison it is? Is this the same model you bought? Please let me know if you solve your problem and then let me know were to buy the chip.
just look on the label on the underside of your playstation, it will say SCPH - 77001, and there is two different versions, A, or B, there will be a little a, or b, after the SCPH - 77001, mine is a A.
i will rip my playstation back apart again and take a good picture for you guys, but i have to go to work now thanks for being willing to help though!
I say rewire it so that it's inbetween the 2 screw holes. Take a look at my 2nd pic at irismods.blogspot.com. Your install looks like you're using too much wire.