Originally Posted by hellsing9
No, in fact i commited motherboard-side, since i solder ONLY SBE from E3 Linker to tristate.
With no possitive results.
My head at this rate cannot compute all the soldering with the E3 linker, i rather spent all that time soldering with progskeet.
But you have NOR why you want to use E3 linker, i used the SBE function because i cannot longer solder on the FLEX of the flasher.
Seems like a more positive connection to the nor chip by soldering wires directly, more stable than an clip on the chip that will probably eventually pry or loosen off.
what playerkp said
I have not wired my e3 linker yet. Still practicing solder such tiny points. Getting better.
But from my understanding from here and here is that bvcc is tied to vcc by mobo.
bvcc + vcc = 3.3v vcc. It looks like both get soldered to vcc.
Ground = vss. There are a lot of choices for the grounds and not all are needed.
Look at the chart and compare the e3 linker column with the progskeet column to get the correct points in the pic for your mobo.
I hope he is right with that saying BVCC and VCC on the E3 Linker have to both be solder to the VCC testpoint, but my question also that hasn't been answered to that is while looking a ps3wiki hardware flashing Nor Pin #53 looks to be BVCC's location to the right of the nor pad pin location table, to the right of it says it tied to the mobo what playerkp is saying like if both have to be solder together then solder to the vcc testpoint connection?
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