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1. well the B G I points are forced directly and they dont kill the mechacon during modchip use.
2. Need to check if your PIC is strong enough to do that (i think it needs 24mA)
3. in a v7 for example the BA5815FM /mute is tied directly to the RESET line, same as reset pins for all ICs on the mobo.
can u help me here Comsoft, I ordered a fix from http://www.gameworlddirect.co.uk/ (it was the summone fix) but the great guys at gameworld upgraded my fix to the Comsoft Slimline Fix v3
which was very nice of those guys, but i have 3 questions.
1. Where can I find a diagram showing me the solder points for that fix.
2. Apart from the blinking LED and maybe less wire count???? is it worth me upgrading from v3 to v4?
2. Later on will it be easy for me to simply replace the V3 fix with the v4 fix and if so how?????
I too have received the same v3 board from the same place today rather than the pic and resistors for the matrix and summ0ne fix.... I have seen the install pics around but was wondering if I should wait for v4. This PSTWO is going to someone who could be troublesome so I want to be sure.
did u get the PCB version ??? or a pic??
Originally Posted by solidusuk
1. diagram attached to this message.
2. a bit change in the code for the boot sequence - abit improvment.
don't have to upgrade, the V4 works great - not even one return yet!
3. U need to replace the old one, ofcourse
I faild to upload the diagrams
Last edited by comsoft; 04-22-2005 at 02:09 PM.
It'll be the same as mine. An SMD PIC with "comsoft" printed on it on a white PCB saying slimfix v3
ok thanks com, yes its exactly the same picture you see in the diveno site.
but my 3rd question is simply, I will install the V3 fix and say in about a months time I decide to buy the V4 fix the wires will not install to the same place will they???
so is thier a v4 diagram?
The wires are the same, but the positioning of the PCB on the pstwo board can be different from the one u installed and though the wire length as well.