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Points A,B and I are the DVD Controller points.
Point S can be bridged, it makes no difference, they are connected to each other anyway.
Ok. I wanted to make sure my PS2 was still working, so I unsoldered everything from the modchip and taped off the ends. I also rechecked everything and absolutely nothing is bridged. I checked with a really good magnifying eye piece as well as a meter and nothing is shorted. I turned on my PS2, and the discs still won't read..
The LED is off too when I just start it up like normal so it's defenitely removed.
What could possibly be the problem??
you can bridge those together as they are the same connection on the mobo, to see for your self remove the bridge and check with a multimeter on both the points that show bridged.....continuity selection on multimeter is used.......i have tested this my self also as i once questioned this point..
Ok, I replaced the motherboard and reinstalled the chip. Now I can boot into disable mode and my originals WILL load up. But, when I boot it up into mod chip mode, the mod-chip LED comes on but the backups won't load. What could be the problem?
These chips are pretty faulty. Replace it with the Duo 3.
I already paid for this one though.. and it got good reviews. I'm sure it's not broken..
i heard that duo 2 gt's have a bad boot rate problem. There's info on the forums on it.
Plus, I ordered it from mod-chip.com and they test all their chips before sending them out.
It's not the chip its fine and all but the fact of the matter is that it has a boot rate problem hopefully you could get your money back how much did you pay for it cuz a vendor on here sells it for $5.
How many tries should it take, even with the boot rate problem?