hello,Originally posted by NHJ@Tue, 2005-11-08 @ 10:09 PM
i did it , i am waiting for your mailÂ
it's very clear, tommorow i'll open my grey saturn to see if i have well a 32 pin controller, if so i'll order this famous modchip.Originally posted by seal1@Tue, 2005-11-08 @ 05:48 PM
sorry for delay ... got some webspace
green = connect
red = cut/desolder if not already cutted/separated
yellow "1" = pin 1
I recommend: put the modchipboard into mainboard not cd-board. the modchipboard is maybe a little bit bend so some contacts have no contact in the mainboardslot, this was a error for me with 2 modchipboards resulting in strange red/yellow/green spheres or cubes combos at boot. I resoldered the flatcable-port at the modchipboard (that was the reason) to unbend the modchipboards and to get good contact within slot at mainboard.
more pictures need ? ask I post here.
do i have to link the point A and B together with a bridge?Originally posted by NHJ@Tue, 2005-11-08 @ 07:46 PM
it's very clear, tommorow i'll open my grey saturn to see if i have well a 32 pin controller, if so i'll order this famous modchip.
Originally posted by Sasurai+Tue, 2005-01-25 @ 04:03 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Sasurai @ Tue, 2005-01-25 @ 04:03 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'>>> Connect Pin 6 EM78->pin 5 C
>or as identified "for me, my eyes/mind" on pinchyÂ´s fotos (PHTO0005.JPG it looks like 6 C not 5 C)
it is pin 6, he probably mistyped it.
>my 20pin saturn CD-board is EMW10447-004E (big V) and ENR-007 (big B)
>no 32 or 64pin chip on topside of cd-board only a 24pin.
your cd-board is probably the same as mine, maybe an older/newer layout.
>what is the magic about the 32pin, coz the extra wire from modchip to cd-board ? on my other saturn a 21pin
>modded with EMSIC7-modchip there is no extra wire. if this really needed or with other code on the modchip not
the extra wire is for the 8mhz clock signal, which is needed to syncronize with the bus, which is stated in another thread is routed through pin 1 which directly goes to pad b, so you can also connect pad a+b instead of the cable to the cd-board (for the 21pin version, for the 20pin version the signal runs through pin 9 and that is why you connect pin 9 to pad a)