:omg: I to must second with ZoNeD. I have a 1996 June Malaysia 64pin IC, and purchase the so-called V2 Modchip. At first glance it looks very promising. But in the end all I can get is Audio. Same problem with my Jadman Modchip. I guess I have no choice but to hunt down a 32pin SS...
I'm expecting another 200 chips any day now so they will be restocked.
64 pin saturns seem to have more problems to get working but I know they do work (may require another chip to be sent)
I've sold hundreds of chips so either people who can't get it to work don't bother returning it or...
I have gotten the same mod to work in my 64 pin Saturn so I know it does work as have other people.
What I'm trying to find out is whether those who can't get it to work have something in common such as model number, date of production, country of production, etc
I am not sure how it was doing it, but the first 4in1 I was trying loaded SF3Z fine without any mod being done to it. However, now it won't won't even boot at all so I guess it's dead. I tried other 4in1s and they would boot but would not load SF3Z. I would get some Japanese text. I modifed the...
Model No.: MK-80000A
Made in Malaysia
Made: June 1996
NTSC, round buttons
Model # and country of manufacture can be found on the back side where the power supply/av cables go.
Date of manufacture is on the underside
I bridged point A&B, left the point 0014 bridge as is...
Did you purchase the 4in1 from me?
I have seen mentioned newer 4in1s already have the mod done, anyone confirm.
The manufacturer has told me they have sent the newest 4in1 to me but I have yet to confirm. It's possible they are simply dumping older stock on me.
Just email me your order number and I can send a replacement.
I've sold hundreds of chips so far with few complaints.
I hope people who are having problems contact me because then I can hopefully find out if it's a certain batch having problems or somethign else.
I just ordered a digital camera so will be able to take pics of my installs.
If your chip isn't working and you've tried everything, email me your order number and I can send another chip for you to try. I have had some customers get replacement chips working when the first order did not work...
I modded my 64 pin one but found some pecularities.
The mod had to be faced outwards and had to be seated quite firmly. On one side of the mod is some bracket/plate that can block the modchip from being firmly seated. Also the ribbon cable was twisted so that had to be installed correctly.