There is no video output anymore for my PS2. It was working just fine but now it is not. It stopped working while I was changing a game. I can not figure it out.
if the blue button does not light, its blown ps11, betchya, if they
both light up, its likely something bridged on the bios chip. I have
fixed lots of these (cause in the early days of the days I modded, I
managed EVERY possible way to screw up a ps2, and had to learn how to
fix it), but I wont even tell you to do that, its brutal, and requires
straight up balls to do right. You have to DROWN ALL the legs on the
chip in molten solder, then solder soaker (de-soldering braid) it all
up at once, and FAST so you dont burn it all up, need a soldering GUN,
as opposed to an iron, to insure that any solderballs and bridges
behind the legs get sucked up and out.
Its a 50-50 thing, but its better than a black screen, so you have
nothing to loose trying. just dont blame me if it fails, this is a hail
mary, at best. I will say it worked most of the time I did it.
Tell you what, send me both with chips, as is, I'll strip the lazer out
of your v7, stick it in my old v7 (needs lazer) and send you that, as
is. It works, chip or not, the board is good, for a v7. I hate the damn
things, and scored a v4 no read for $20, last week, so you see what
happpened there, right? I have been considering a chip in my new
(really old) baby, since this one is a keeper, since it is not a v7 or
later, as I said, I hate them. A 35001, cool, those ALL came in a big,
red, bundle-box set with a steering wheel, and GT3, new. Last of the
v4's. Keeper. And now reflashed for an R lazer, its what I had. Its
been a while since I liked my console. Toss your mc card in, I fmcboot
it for you and send it back with, maybe you wont want a chip .
Oct 25, 2009 |
Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console