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Can H wire on PAL couse slow loading?
Can H wire on PAL couse slow loading? –
I now added H wire on a V9 and V12 with modbo. (both PAL)
Normally I dont and all works well. Now they load slow. Could the H wire be cuasing slow loading times on DVD backups (rest works nicely) Or is it the fixes in both? (neofix and romeo on V9)
no it doesnt cause slow loading times.
the H wire is REQUIRED for pal machines!!! without it, dvd backups often will not work!
i would check the dvd burner or the blank... also check your ps2 lasers...
NO. The H wire is not required for PAL. Dvd backups work fine without it.
It seems that H is not required with genuine MI, but is required with Modbo - in my experience, at least. In any case, it's the laser that's causing the slow loading.
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Originally Posted by yesdan007
Well, the strange part is. There was NO CHANCE at all, it read ANY media (not even originals) before i connected the H wire.
And yes, this is a real MI, coz it was preflashed with 1.5 firmware, and i updatet it to 1.54 with success.
Why don't we email the Matrix Team and clarify this H wire issue...? Just making sure, you have PAL console correct?
had the same issue.. modbo/nh9 not working on pal machines when H wire is not connected!!
I allready sent a mail to MI about this tony, When they reply i will send them email and tell them it worked after i attach the H wire.. My PS2 read originals PALs when i disable the chip before i attach the H wire..
Ill post results here
no, the H wire is needed in the NTSC machine ONLY becouse of the way the
patch is executed to the BIOS.
In the PAL machine the patch is done in a way that you do not need this
signal, while in the NTSC the patch is different and needs this extra "H"
signal to make it work.
Now, adding the "H" wire to the pal machine adds nothing to the PAL patch
process, and thus makes no difference at all.
What I belive is that these people are having some problem with the
soldered points, and while they add the "H" wire they probably retouch
the other BIOS points, so it looks to them like adding the "H" point
solves the problem :-)
The Matrix Team