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DMS3+ On v9 PS2.. black screen

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by MikeDDR, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. MikeDDR

    MikeDDR Regular member

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    I know this is a common problem of the bios chip but I've tried everything on the dms site now I'm stuck... I verified ground and 3.6 V, solders are good. After that I verified the points D-N and the current what going well from the chip to the legs on the bios chip. I was wondering if any of you know if the resistance between each legs is supposed to be always near 1000ohms because I've got two at 400 ohms but I sincerily don't think this could be problem. Do you have any other ideas about what to do to fix the ps2?
     
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    bump... sorry for that but it's not my PS2 and I'm desperate
     
  3. Donegal

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    Can't say I have an answer, but I just installed the dms 4 lite and I am only getting a black screen when I turn it on. Does anyone here have any ideas?
     

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