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Modbo chip booting overseas games but not backups??
Modbo chip booting overseas games but not backups?? –
Just got a few modbo chips in to try out. Didn't realise these were a clone using the matrix firmware. anyhows im stuck with these chips.
Tried installing one is a v9, got to the settings, changed some stuff and boom.. chip no longer works.. i have seen this in other posts so i figured just change the chip.
Changed the chip.. works a treat on overseas games but no backup will boot.. just give me a RSOD... anyone else have similar problems or has anyone else been able to get a backup to actually boot.
My old modbo chip would only occasionaly boot burnt games... got it changed and now it works fine but i cant change settings ect...
what region ps2 u using pal or ntsc?
wire 'H' has to be used for all ps2's v9,v10,v11 and v12 be it pal or ntsc.
This will solve your problem m8
Aqua: By reading the installationdiagram @ www.modbo.com, it says that the "H" point is only for NTSC PS2. Are you sure that the "H" should be used?
unknownerror: as aqua stated, the H point needs to be soldered.
on a PAL console? even the Matrix Infinity chip, when soldered to V9 PAL doesn't require H wire, only a NTSC console requires it. Since this is a Infinity "clone" shouldn't it be the same?
BTW what does the "H" do?
What I know about the solderpoints B,G and I they are for the CD/DVD controller to fake as a "realdisc" to allow backups to boot. Is this statement correct?
Thanx for an reply...
i Had the same problem with pal machines , it works fine with H wire connected.
It does? Well ill try that on my friends PS2 and see what happends thanks for the detailed info
just dont think why wire 'H' has to be used also on pal machine, just do it, it then works perfectly with any backup media. All I can tell you is the data required to patch cd/dvd controller is being ditributed between 4 wires instead of 3 which probably avoids crashes in mechanon, from my experience more wires on cd/dvd controller = less problems.
I may be wrong, but not having any problems here at my end!!!
And you own a PAL machine?