ONEchip (PM-41 (2)) Works fine but no stealth?

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  1. Simon_G

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    Using the diagrams for 8 pin installation and the ONEChip 8-Wire [PAL SCPH-102 ONLY].hex I can boot originals and backups from PAL / USA / JAP but cannot boot any ANTI-MOD games at all.

    Its as if the stealth mode is not switched on as everything else works ok it would seem.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Tis ok, was me being stupid!
     
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    What chip did you burn the hex code to?
     
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    12F508. My programmer doesn't like the 12C series at all :( Need to invest in an el cheapo Willem I think.
     
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    Bad_Ad84 Keyboard Error: Press F1 to Continue

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    What programmer do you have?

    Buying a Para willem is pointless. buy the GQ-4X, its USB and shit loads faster and not much more expensive
     
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    I have a few of them... a Genius G540 (which is shite by the way although pretty good for rescuing ATMega chips when I managed to screw the fuses up!) and a PICKit2 which I have been using to program the 12F series with pretty good results. I have been looking at the GQ-4X and it certainly looks the part. Will have to save a few pennies first though.
     
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    I've had the GQ-4X for some time now and love it. Still need a few more adapters to handle more hardware but it works very well.
     
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    I had a GQ-4X until I upgraded to the Elnec Beeprog+

    Cant complain for the price
     
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    800 or so Euros? It would have to make the tea too at that price :)
     
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    "Cant complain for the price" was in reference to the GQ-4X, not the Beeprog+ :)

    And yes, around that
     
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