In this tutorial I will teach you how to install a Phantom Universal modchip for the Sega Saturn. Required tools: Soldering iron Flux 22-28awg wire Insulating tape (kapton or electrical) Phantom Universal modchip (Sold by our fellow member Bad_Ad84, don't get scalped elsewhere https://assemblergames.com/threads/for-sale-modding-parts-chips-etc.39971/) Manual (From fellow member Shane_McRetro https://mcretro.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/PhantomUniversal_Model1_Install-Guide.pdf) Package contents 1. If your Saturn's CD drive is a 20 pin then you don't need to bridge either pad. Bridge the middle pad and SYO on the top right if your board is a Sanyo. If your Saturn has a JVC drive, bridge JVC and the middle pad. Solder your wire to either 5v pad. 2. Install both ribbon cables with the metal pins facing up into the Phantom chip by pulling out the connector tabs then sliding the cable in and pressing the tabs down carefully. Take note of the two included ribbon cables, one is 20 and the other is 21 pins. Line them up like this to see which you need (20 Model 1, 21 Model 2). I use the smaller cable to the motherboard. 3. Make a bed from insulation tape like this so you don't short out the chip on the metal shielding as some revision have it so the chip is upside down. 4. Insert both ribbon cables into the motherboard and CD drive. Solder your wire to 5v on the power board, if you're not sure check with a multimeter. You can use whatever source of 5v that you want, but I do this so it's easy to fix if it ever comes loose. Give it a tug to be sure it's secure before reassembling the Saturn. Use some sort of tape to secure the chip down, typically I would use something else, but all I have on hand is kapton tape, it's not going anywhere once the top shell is on. You can use double-sided tape if you have the other board revision where the Phantom isn't upside down. Tuck your ribbon cables down within reason of tension on the ribbon connectors. Finished!