1) You're welcome for the lol's :)
2) Uhh, what the fuck?
3) No. Do not install a modchip.
4) Not everyone can build a DexDrive in a snap just...
Summer has just begun for Australia...
25" non-flatscreen CRT with SCART (or modded RGB input). To support all systems, you will need to make an RGB bank switcher as well as have all...
Uh, yes you did...? Probably still counts as both yes and no (50-50).
Bad_AD84: "You could probably install a modchip to boot cdr".
I'll buy the Net Yaroze disks (PC disk, boot disk, Lightwave 3.0) for $30 to Australia please. I REALLY need Lightwave 3.0.
DO NOT MODCHIP, NOR OPEN THIS PLAYSTATION.
You have the '10 Million Model' that Sony released.
(Sorry Pool for the takeover)
Seeming as it is a...
This is the IBM Model M 'clicky' Keyboard. Very high quality and my favorite :)
They still sell for around $100+ dollars.
It just must be me then. Seeing the chip rotated and not straight is probably why :P
Sure! Place it in the microwave for a few seconds and your toasty PS3 will no longer have the YLOD. It will instead have NOYLOD.
... because were from the 16-bit generation.
That's because it's more techno shit we don't need.
Maybe if it was open source and Sony would allow users to actually modify the system that the...
PIC + LCD + I/O + Relays. Problem solved.
@APE, you crack me up sometimes xD
The PS1 wiring seen in the first image isn't the best work, but the PS2 wins hands down. Nice job!
You can make your own ISP with an Arduino. It's a lot of hard work, but that's what you have to do in order to save money.
If you don't have the...
Well I found out where Sony stole the port from: http://psdev.psio.com.au/forum/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=4&p=678#p677
Should the Dropbox links die above, all the installation diagrams may be found here: http://psdev.psio.com.au/forum/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=111
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