After easily modding my XBox, I thought I would be able to mod my PS2. I purchased a DMS3 and a V7/V8 PS2. The d0 point was fairly easy for me on the XBox so I thought that the PS2 would be even easier. I didn't realize how many wires there were to solder though.
I've been using the wire that came with my DMS3, all of the wire is the same length and some isn't long enough so I had to solder two wires together and put electrical tape over it many time. Probably not a big deal.
It is so hard to get all the wires soldered on perfectly though, without any overlapping. I'm not a beginner at soldering and using flux has helped but this is getting extremely hard.
Okay well on to the point. I've hooked up every wire and I didn't know if I should tape my chip onto the board or what but I placed the metal cover over the motherboard and put the other power supply board over the metal and plugged everything in. With my PS2 open I started it up and nothing happened. I accidentily touched my PS2 and shocked myself which I'm sure is a very very bad sign and it could have damaged my PS2?
After that I went back and repositioned some wires and started it back up. When I turn it on I hear a small sorta pop from the speakers of my system, NOT from the PS2, although the PS2 does click. When I go to video on my TV I get a blue screen regularily (without any hardware connected to video) and when I turn on the PS2 it remains blue, it doesn't even turn black.
Does anyone have any tips or suggestions? Thnanks.