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I did measure the r-s-t-u-v-w with a multimeter, but couldnt find anything wrong.
So I did resoldering of the r-s-t-u-v-w, and it worked!!
i think my problem is different i can power the system with the eject button but the blue LED only flashes once. It takes forever to put the ps2 into standby
i do remember that i accidentally bridged 2 points on the bios during installion i cleaned it up with desoldering braid, there was no continuity between points to my knowlege i checked with a multimeter on the lowest resistance range.
if it is bridged points on the bios can anyone tell me witch pins on the bios when bridged could cause this problem
npno: that is why I said that this problem has NOTHING to do with the BA, NOR to the BIOS. If your BA would have been gone, you had never been able to turn your PS2 on with eject. There are some other damaged components there, I had no time to narrow the problem down that time unfortunatelly.
As you described...
It takes alot of time to enter Stand-by mode. And your Dvd tray aint comming out, and it makes sound. And blue led only flash one time.
And that is just like my problem was.....
Those Wires r->w I did mention is the wires comming from the DMS chip to the DVD controller onboard chip at the PS2.
Anyway it worked for me....
So according zass he solved a similar problem by resoldering the dvd controller point, is it possible that i may have bridged points on my dvd controller? I will take another look.
does anyone know if bridged points on the dvd controller can cause the problem i mention in the start of the thread?
Any input is appriciated, i would really like to get this problem fixed.
I have a quick question
On a working ps2 do the dvd controller point G and H have continuity or should they read infinity
on my not working ps2 these two point G and H show continuity
That's NOT good. G and H is different, so can't show continiuty...