Thanks for the feedback. I've been waiting for a couple more users to help improve the IEEE1394 support.
Originally Posted by orion217
If possible, can you identify the IEEE1394 bridge it has? (It's one of the chips on the enclosure's PCB that looks like a small processor, which basically looks like a square)
Please run this new testing program instead: <Removed obsolete testing program>
It contains iLinkman v0.97 Revision B, which has much better compatibility than the iLinkman version used in all existing PS2ESDL-I builds.
Please either upload a photograph of the messages you see on your screen here or send them to my e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please ensure that they are clear and are readable.
If this new testing program does successfully detect your disk and can detect the FAT32 partition on it, then the next PS2ESDL build that has iLink support will probably support your enclosure.
About the IRX modules: If I remember correctly, v0.811D-I required you to place a copy of the Sony ilink.irx module in the same folder.
The ilink.irx module must be from a game that did not use IOPRP images of v3.00 (IOPRP300.img) or v3.10 (IOPRP310.img).
PS2ESDL v0.817-I does not need Sony's ilink.irx module.
@All who are going to buy an IEEE1394 enclosure: Avoid those enclosures that have Prolific PL3507 bridge as they seem to not be compatible, and I have not figured out why yet (Freezes when reading sectors from the disk).
Last edited by SP193; 05-29-2011 at 09:46 AM.
Reason: Removed obsolete testing program
Unmodified SCPH-77006 with SM 3.6
SCPH-39006 with M-chip modchip, SCPH-10281 NA and refurb Seagate 80GB HDD
SCPH-10000 v1.00 with SCPH-10190 PCMCIA NA and SCPH-20400 HDD unit