Help-no booting following CC 2.0 install
If anyone can provide direction please do. My console is a PS2 V15b Here is what I have done so far:
1) Installed Crystal Chip 2.0, performed basic continuity checks.
2) reassembled system, bios disc got red screen, PS2 games booted.
3) Realized chip has self test, unassembled system,self test failed.
4) Found wire T in wrong location and correcetd this.
5) Chip self test passed, reassembled system.
Now nothing boots. Screen is black. Power/reset LED goes from red to green and stays green as it should. Disk drive runs fine. Advice fron anyone with CC experience would be greatly appreciated. I am new to the game and a little stumped at this point. Thanks.
Thanks for the wealth of info
This is a wealth of great information. Thanks for the replies. My PCB configuration is GH-051-51. At this point I have disassembled the console again and began re-verifying point to point with my fluke. I have verified all of the DSP wires back to their respective DSP pins (past the solder joint) with 0 ohms. Except HA, I am not sure what pin it should be continuous with. For some reason the mod-chip install instructions left this one out. I find that the solder joint specified connects the HA point on the chip to pin 108 on the DSP. Would any of you know if this is correct?
As for the LED it does blink for approx. 1 sec so it seems to be passing this portion. That leads me to assume HA is correct but I am not positive.
As for the DVD points I am not sure which are related specifically to the DVD drive. Again the mod-chip install does not define which points are related to which sub-system. Could you enlighten me in this area?
One thing I noticed that seems odd on the mod chip itself is that I am ringing out 0 ohms between the 3v3 pad and GND pad. Should there be continuity between these points? It doesn't seem right to me.
Anyway I have attached the install diagram that I used and the points match my board & installation exactly. As I continue to troubleshoot any more suggestions are more than welcome. Thanks for the input.