I have had a pretty good bit of soldering experience and took it upon myself to install my Messiah 2 chip in my version 7 PS2. Much to my dismay when it came to the CLK connection, it came off the board. Oh if only I had noticed the the alternate connection would have been easier. Naturally I assumed the entire thing was shot, but decided to continue with the rest of the wires for the experience. I soldered that little piece back on, finished the install, put everything back together and hit the power button. I was overjoyed to see the little red light come on. I then hit the reset button, heard the right noises, and saw the signal go to the TV. It was black though, which in normal circumstances would be the bios connections from what I have read. Is there still hope? What function does the little piece at the CLK connection serve? In looking at the bios as the point of error, should I look only at the pins or the nearby pads as well? Thanks for any help you guys can give me.