I've got a v7 ps2 and i'm currently using *i think* an Ice magic or a magic 3.1 (the guy that installed it said it's a variation of the magic3.1 code that's more stable - worked great so far). I've also got lots of pal games which don't show up properly even if I patch them (patching creates major offset of the screen, no patch just makes it impossible to see).
-Is it feasible for me to do this color fix?
-If i do do it, what do I need to do - take a piece of wire and go from the color fix point to the 3.45v point?
-Is there a particular guage of wire that must be used?
-My soldering iron isn't exactly made for this particular purpose but I think with practise on some old computer components I'll be able to do it safely...Is there any chance of damaging the ps2 if the iron gets hot? If I do get solder in the wrong point, will it be safe to remove it with the sucker thing or with the braids - like, will it remove any of the stuff pre-soldered on the board?
better yet, is there a way to deal with this offset without modifying the inner workings of my ps2?
thanks in advance