Discussion in 'Modding and Hacking - Consoles and Electronics' started by Mord.Fustang, Mar 7, 2015.
Try a decoupling cap next time, it sometimes helps with those issues.
i used a pickit2 clone with pickit 2 v2.61 software and upon reading a 12f629 blank chip i was gettin 3FFF instead of 0FFF. i then tried other 3 different blank 12f629 and still all read as 3FFF. i then imported and wrote mm3 hex to one and it verified ok. so i guess its normal on pickit 2 v2.61 and 12f629 pic chips. today i installed one pic (mm3 usa hex) on a psone and all backups/imports boot fine
The software is different so 3FFF may be perfectly fine. My guide was for PICPgm. Glad your chip is working
software shout have a blank check tool
I've programmed a Mayumi 4.0 for my PSOne. I soldered it in combination of some solder points.
The chip actually works, but not always. Mostly after switching it on. The thing with the open lid does not change any behavior.
Anyone got some tips for me how to fix this?
Pal or ntsc
What version motherboard
Where did you buy the pic
How did you program it
Photo of install please
Mayumi 4.0 programmed with PicKit2 via MPLAB X
I have to admit I did this 2-3 month ago. I combined some install diagramms as there haven't been any for PM41-2
Thanks for any help
Iirc Pal PSone needs onechip
Here is one of my diagrams I made..
I have blank or pre programmed ic in stock if you are in Australia or NewZealand
I used this diagram. I don't know where I read it but some one said 2 and 4 is note necessary to connect (definitely read this on the forums).
I guess I checked for the wrong PIC, of course I've installed one of the PICs mentioned in the mayumi 4.0 thread.
EDIT: Looks like I used the MM3.0 Diagrams?! http://servimg.com/view/11721023/22255
However I'm surprised it kinda works with 6 wires.
mm3 only needs 6 wires for the pm-41 (2) motherboards
Just use OneChip
Are there any alternative solder points for 2 and 4? For Mayumi4.0
What are the benefits of OneChip? Solder points are different, arent they?
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