PS1 BOOTS IN BLACK AND WHITE can u help ???

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  1. SKABOO's Avatar

    SKABOO said:

    PS1 BOOTS IN BLACK AND WHITE can u help ???

    Hi all,
    just chipped a ps1 (the small one) used a chip supplied by Maxking and did a eight wire install, no problems there, however the ps1 now boots all games in black and white, it has been suggested that there is an additional bridging wire near the tv out i can fit to the board to eliminate this problem ( shown on the enclosed link) [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    however these points re not on the board, can anyone help?
    kind regards
    Skaboo
     
  2. gimp's Avatar

    gimp said:

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    Originally posted by Raptor
    I deleted the old PS2 forum (114,000 posts) as it had way too much modchip chat in there and as you know I got sued in January for big bucks - so try not to mention mods.

    Cracks, hacks, cheats, backing up methods are welcome - BUT NO MODCHIP TALK - NONE WHATSOEVER

    NONE

    ok ?

    I am pretty sure this means PS1 aswell as PS2

    Gimp
     
  3. keyscoob's Avatar

    keyscoob said:
    In answer to your question. Your console is now defaulted to NTSC output. You need to perform the colour mod:

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  4. DAVEY26's Avatar

    DAVEY26 said:

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    or simply use a scart lead
    problem solved
    you dont want to be playing in crappy pal mode anyways
    NTSC is kicking ass.
     
  5. SKABOO's Avatar

    SKABOO said:

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    Had asked in a previous post if asking for help in relation to a chipping problem would be a problem and was told no, was unable to delete the old post so it still stands, setting this aside a BIG THANK YOU to Keyscoob, problem solved.
    many thanks
    regards
    Skaboo
     
  6. keyscoob's Avatar

    keyscoob said:
    glad it is sorted.
     
  7. J@CK£L's Avatar

    J@CK£L said:

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    Originally posted by DAVEY26
    or simply use a scart lead
    problem solved
    you dont want to be playing in crappy pal mode anyways
    NTSC is kicking ass.
    every one knows that u need a scart cable. or use a smart cartridge......