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A specific problem please advise
A specific problem please advise –
I have a version 7 board that I installed a MI. At first, there where no light and the ps2 had a blank screen. After cleaning up to a really specific detail
(I use a magnifying lamp that really enlarges things) every bios leg or point that was soldered into was clean and not touching anything. I checked the Ba chip to see if pin 8 was grounded and it wasnt. The fuse is still good and gives me a reading. The only thing I dont have pluged in the controller port casue I demaged the cable. Anyways, the ps2 now has the green light comming up but still no eject light. Cable is good cause I get a short when I touch both ends of each strand of the cable.
The main thing is what could be wrong. I did notice that the ps2 turns off with an delay. If I press the power button to turn off, it will so after a three second delay.
Any Ideas please. I did search and read from like the first page but It feels like im going in circles. Thank you all in advance.
I saw a thread asking the same thing 10 min ago... seach a little harder
it needs a secont to shut down the drive
I know how long usually it takes for it to shot it down. But in this case, it is eally noticable, takes like 3-5 seconds for the led to turn red.
i think i found something, when you look at this diagram, http://www.psxtune.com/psx2/images/matrix/USA-V7.jpg looking at the p o n m points, counting from point p as pin 1 and going to the left, I noticed I get a short on pin 9 and 11. Should this be like that or no. I tried diping deslder braid in some flux and getting in between the pins around those points and no matter what I do they still give me a short when I Use a multimeter. its wierd cause the pin in the middle of those does not short with either pin 9 or 11. can someone comment on that. Thank you all
check your w,r,a,b,i and y points.
I checked those points and still nothing. I am going to start rechecking all of the fuses. Just to make sure there is no doubt, how do you properly check fuses and what kind of reading should I be expecting. Thank you all once again in advace.
I would gladlly look into the tutoriol section, but it does not work.
Check the legs or pins of the actual mod chip itself for shorts or splatter. They are very tiny and it doesn't take much to cause a problem. Cheers