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PS2 Version 3... GH number?

Discussion in 'PS2' started by bobsickal, May 15, 2004.

  1. bobsickal

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    I have bought a duo mod for my PS2 but I was wondering what version PS2 I have... I know it's a v3 (has 10 screws.. no. SCPH-30003)

    But.. the duo instructions say...

    v1, v2, v3 instructions...
    GH004 020 (no gap bios)
    GH005 020 (no gap bios)
    GH006 020 (no gap bios)
    GH006 020 (gap bios)
    GH007 020 (gap bios)

    How can I find out which Instructions I need to use? (there's a set for each GH)
     
  2. evoke

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    are you going to mod it yourself .maybe we can help each other out here. i want to mod my "PS2 version gap bios" with a DMS3 modchip. i know where you can find all the information but i just have problem taken apart the motherboard.

    have you taken apart your PS2 yet??
     
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    i have a version 3. what kind of version Playstation did you do. i just need to ask you a simple question that i am stcuk with.

    there is shield( a metal sheet that cover the whole side of the motherboard) on the other side of the mother board. how do you take it off i can`t find any screws
     
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    i am doing it with DMS3 modchip. it would really help me alot if could help.

    Version 3 gap bios. Did you solder a Scex wire on the other side of the board
     

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