Hi! I have been trying to do the SuperCIC+IGR mod on my 1CHIP-02, using kel's diagram and parts that I have purchased from Bad_Ad84. The problem I am currently facing, is that when I powerup my snes, with a game in ofc. the console boots and runs the game for about 9 seconds, then the screen says no signal and it stays that way. The LED is showing Red (I think, might be orangeish though) and pressing or holding the reset button does nothing. I have removed the CIC chip from the board and soldered a 10k resistor from pin 8 to ground and lifted the S-RGB Pin 9 and soldered it to CN1 according to the chart. I have also removed X1 and soldered CN3 to TC1+. As far as I can tell, all of the solder points are making a connection and no solder points on the back of the PCB or the board are touching when they should not. I also checked that all of the breaks in the copper lanes on the back, were indeed broken with a multimeter, before I started to soldering the wires to the board. It should also be mentioned that I have previously modded my snes with RetroRGB's amp, which I tested afterwards and everything worked fine. I have uploaded some images that I took while doing all of this, the first album is before today and the second album is work that I have done today, which should be the most relevant one in this matter. (Yes I'm very bad at soldering, took about 5 hours for the work today). Any help would be much appreciated! Update/edit: I have re-soldered CN3, using a new wire directly to X1 right pin. I'm not sure if this was the needed change but I have discovered a few things. 1. I can now cycle between a Red, Blue and Blueish? color via the reset switch on the snes. 2. When in Red the console runs in 60Hz/NTSC, which locks up the machine instantly and a hard reset is needed, I cannot reset it via IGR or the reset switch. 3. When running in either Blue or Blueish? mode the game seems to run in 50hz/PAL, I have checked this using a PAL game, as I do not own any NTSC games. However I cannot make the the PAL game run in 60Hz or so it would seem. 4. I can use IGR to switch between 60Hz/NTSC (which locks up the system) and 50Hz/PAL, but not to the Blueish? mode. NB. The Red mode is 60Hz/NTSC (L+R+Select+A), Blue mode is 50Hz/PAL (L+R+Select+Y) and I cannot change into "Region from SuperCIC (SuperCIC only)" (L+R+Select+B) as depicted in this diagram. Update 2: So far I think that 50Hz mode works, but 60hz does not, this is because the game locks up instantly when changed to 60hz, which also explains why the "blueish" mode does nothing since it is an automode? that sets the game to 50hz, since it is a 50hz game. This however doesn't explain why I cant change to "automode" using IGR and only the manual reset button. I see 2 possibility's, one is that something with 60Hz has gone wrong and the console therefore locks up when it tries to run the game in 60Hz, second is that maybe there is something wrong with the region lock bypass so that it cant run a PAL game in 60Hz? but that is just speculation. Update 3: Soldered an extra wire from GND to CN11 and from +5v to CN10, also re-soldered the 7404 and the 60Hz mode works now, but it flickers with some artifacts, progress! (vod) Edit: Apparently this is a problem with Super Mario World and when I tried Super Mario All-stars everything worked fine, except maybe a minor glitching of a background? I don't have any other games atm. but I'm waiting for Secret of Mana PAL in the mail and will confirm once it arrives! Current problem/s: None?