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Pal v12 Gh 032-32 –
Has anyone had one of these boards yet? The subzero fix dont fit as they've moved the via so the resistor fix simply wont fit. Anyone have thoughts on this one.
Can you upload a photo from this board ??
please send photo... you can always break away the resistor part (if the tracking resistors on mobo are 01d - you dont need the resistor fix anyway)
or alternatively use a wire to solder any point that does not fit
please send a picture of the mobo
Hi again guys, I'll post pictures shortly as I dont have a digital camera and the one on my mobile is crap. My mate however does have a camera and he should be up shortly.
Ok Guys here are the pics, thyre not the best but then I aint David Bailey either. Hope this is legible.
this is a photo from a GH-032-22
I have the same problem
Can't you just jump it with a wire?
yeah..... they got all sorts of components in the way.
what i'd do is break away the resistors and just take the little square piece, then solder the pad (the one that goes originally to the PS11 fuse) directly to the USB GND (to hold it in place and provide stable voltage) then take a wire to the via and another one to the /int line
what kind are the tracking resistors on the mobo?
Last edited by summ0ne; 06-30-2005 at 11:52 AM.
Hi Again Guys,
Here's a few more clearer pics, and summ0ne, the resistors are 100k ones marked o1D. Pics attached, all I did was follow the track and cut it further up and soldered a wire from summ0ne fix to via.
In case someone needs it here's where you cut the track and solder the via point on the subzer fix for the new board (GH-032-32). All the rest stays the same. cheers
Note: Instead of cutting the track you can also remove that little resistor and solder the wire to the right pad of the same resistor removed
Last edited by yella's_back; 06-30-2005 at 05:03 PM.