Started by rtw, December 12, 2007, 03:48:39 AM
Quotertw: I saw your post over on killercabs.com about my Ibara BL. Would you still like me to post a picture of it, to see if any of the chips are resoldered? Let me know, I could post it tomorrow.
QuoteI'm wondering if my Ibara(see pic) was a IBL in the past.
QuoteYes i could if you show me what cable this is?This pcb is faulty(miss one color ingame),i can make all test you want.What number is the chip's sound. U22?
QuoteSo, do you think you can reprogram the board if communications are active in the DB-9 port?
Quotertw can you show a picture of the cable?I'll try to get one asap.
QuoteIs it a Male connector and i have a PC.
QuoteYes there are a fews one.I go today
QuoteQuotertw: I saw your post over on killercabs.com about my Ibara BL. Would you still like me to post a picture of it, to see if any of the chips are resoldered? Let me know, I could post it tomorrow.Yes I would like a picture rtw
QuoteHere's the pic:http://img218.imageshack.us/my.php?image=ikblpcbwi2.jpgNone of the chips look resoldered to me.
QuoteI need better quality...
QuoteIf you look at the solder points on a Mushihimesama and your Ibara BLand compare the chip with the green round sticker. See if you seeany brownish residue on the pins.
QuoteYour chip CPLD says Mushihimetama so this is an update.
QuoteI checked and they look the same - no brown residue on the Ibara BL. It does not look to be resoldered.
QuoteCLPD looks the same - no resoldering. Why would they have to resolder anything? Couldn't they just reprogram the PCB? The Futari BLs are nearly all just reprogrammed Futari 1.0 or 1.5s.It seems Cave can easily reprogram any SH3 board to be any game. Thus, isn't likely they can do this in a way that does not involve any soldering/desoldering?