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installed, but chip seems doesn't work.
installed, but chip seems doesn't work. –
Just install DMS3 v9 into my ps2 v9, in my first attempt I was useing points P-W at the back of the board, and after I finish my work, the ps2 just run like no chip in it. and I just take out every wire, and redo the whole thing again, this time I solder p-w to the chipleg. well, now still like no chip it in. backup game will not boot, and get a message says please insert ps1 or 2 game disk, and I press no matter X, or other button and then reset, still the same.
I solder the ground direct to the edge of the board, and for the first time the 3.3V wire, I use a thick red wire, but after I desoler it, I can never get that point solder again, just killing me. so I twist two thin wires together to solder the 3.3V point, is this possible the reason that chip cannot get enough power to boot up?
I just guess (correct me if I am wrong) there is no bridge between solder points, otherwise ps2 will not boot up? is that correct?
just saw some threads about the same problem on v7, and looking for alternative 3.3v point, but i doubt whether v9 has the same alternative, so please anybody can post a alternative 3.3v for v9 please.
I may now try to solder a thick wire to 3.3v again, see if it works.
meanwhile, any comment/suggestions will be appriciated.