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PIC 18F2550 Help –
I just got my board today from Tronix this model (http://tinyurl.com/24wr24n)
* 12Mhz Crystal Oscillator
* MCLR - Not used
* LED - Port B1
* MCHPUSB Bootloader - Memory offset for program - 0007FF (0x3FF)
I followed their tutorial (http://tinyurl.com/2fj9obe) and used zoid's hex file below. I got it showing up as a "generic USB hub", under devices after i had followed the tutorial, but when connected it to my ps3, I hit power then eject and the LED will flash for 1-2 seconds then stop and then comes up with "an unknown usb device has been connected" when the dash has loaded.
Can someone suggest me anything to do?? Please, I can confirm I had it working once as I have installed Backup Manager v2 and backed up 2 of my games.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Last edited by jack_fry; 10-02-2010 at 07:19 AM.
This is the one I used and it works mint
Cheers man, I'll give it a shot
Originally Posted by zoid
Nah didnt work still only flashing for 1 second when I turn it on.
Ok wait now it worked, it works sporadically for some reason.. Maybe how fast or slow I push the power, reset?
Last edited by jack_fry; 09-23-2010 at 06:18 AM.
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You have to do it fairly quickly, once you get the timing right it works everytime, dont press the switch on the board when you plug it into your ps3 thats where I went wrong. Make sure you've got nothing else usb including controllers plugged in.
Originally Posted by jack_fry
ffs its doing it again, I had a go at trying to boot it last night at least 15 times, no success just kept getting the led flashing for a second. Can anyone divulge into this issue and help me out please?
Adding to Zoid's pointers, did you plug the power cable out/switch off the power to the PS3 before trying? This is required everytime.
Originally Posted by xiaNaix
Nothing against Math (legend). Next quote irrelevant to above lol.
Originally Posted by sabin1981
I have the fat ps3, when I try each time I switch it on and off at the back of the machine..