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Would anyone be willing to post a tutorial?
Would anyone be willing to post a tutorial? –
I am sorry to have to ask this, but I am hitting my peak of noobdom right now. I have spent about 2 hours reading through posts on this board, and while I have an idea of what to do, I am not 100% sure. First of all, could someone please post a part list? (I have a v7 ps2 if it helps).
I know that I need...
a 1mF cap
a 100 nF cap
a murata CSTLS5M00X53-B0 resonator (the text file for actually said part: CSTLS50M0X53-B0 but when I searched on digi-key I didn't see that so I am guessing that it is just a typo and the 0 and M are mixed up)
a 33k resister
a 22k to 33k resister
The text file for the reduced wireing code also mentioned something about useing FUSE=7F1, FUSEX=F7F. I'm not sure if this is a flashing mode (when writing to the chip, or what), and my search of google for this turned up very little.
Anyways, is that all of the part I need (aside from the board to put the stuff on and wire)?
Also, is there a place where I can find a diagram on how to install this chip in my ps2?
Thank you for all of your help. I know I'm a noob right now, but I know several people who will help me with the installation (and a very knowledgable in this area), so once I figure out what all is going on, they can help me with the actual creation of this project.
Well, I found an answer for the question about the fuse and fusex, and yes, those are settings when flashing the chip. I guess that my biggest question right now is, do I use the solder points from the magic 3? I read something about switching A and Z, and also that I should use the W from m2. Any comments on this?
U must use exactly magic3 diagram and connect ONLY indicated chip pins in the TXTfor 17 wire code . It will work
If u plain to use ICE09X code u need also the messiah2 W point near bios chip that isn't the same used on original magic3 diagram .
Last edited by vdavide; 02-08-2004 at 03:42 AM.
Thank you very much for that responce. When I make this mod chip, I think that I will create a very detailed tutorial and post it here for others like me to read.
ya...looking for a tut here too....is there a place to buy a programer for cheap?...i check the site above but they show you how to make a PCB but i doubt i am able to do that...
Last edited by eric540; 02-09-2004 at 07:10 PM.
there was someone who offered to build them and sell them to people. There should be a post here for it. Otherwise, there are a few links to programmers in that same thread.