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Diagrams for ModBo 745 for PS2 motherboard GH-037-31

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Good Afternoon,
A colleague and I are trying to install a modbo 745 modchip onto a PS2 motherboard with this part number (GH-037-31).
Upon looking up said instructions we haven't been able to find the diagrams to wire it properly to the board
Parts of the diagram are wrong or for another kind of motherboard, and ModBo 4.0 not a ModBo 745.
If anyone could help point me in the right direction or give some diagrams to use, that would be amazing.
Thanks guys!
 

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Fairly certain that the Modbo 745 won't work on that board. I did find this link on Modbo's official site but there's no mention of the GH-037-31, only the GH-037-41.

 

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I don't have the answer for you but check these out, there's a good collection of diagrams here. You may have already seen these... just trying to help.


Here's the closest one I could find. It's for Modbo 4.0 but the pins should be (mostly?) the same.


Maybe if we have a pic of the board we can take a look.
 

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I don't have the answer for you but check these out, there's a good collection of diagrams here. You may have already seen these... just trying to help.


Here's the closest one I could find. It's for Modbo 4.0 but the pins should be (mostly?) the same.


Maybe if we have a pic of the board we can take a look.


Not very helpful pictures sadly. The pinout between the 745 and the 4.0 is very different.
 

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By very different, you mean 1 pin?

Modbo 4 and 745 have same point outs except for z point as that doesn't exist on the 4.0

Oddly enough, the same points are used over and over again on all the mod chips. Almost as if those are the connections to patch to get the desired result.

Z is available on the modbo 760, so if there is an install for that then you can follow that too.
 

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By very different, you mean 1 pin?

Modbo 4 and 745 have same point outs except for z point as that doesn't exist on the 4.0

Oddly enough, the same points are used over and over again on all the mod chips. Almost as if those are the connections to patch to get the desired result.

Z is available on the modbo 760, so if there is an install for that then you can follow that too.

Man, you love sarcasm lol. Guess you learn something new every day...

EDIT: I see also that the Z pin isn't mentioned on the instructions for the 745/760, because there are none for that GH motherboard.

EDIT 2: @Bad_Ad84 any instructions you have for the 760? Modbo groups in the 745/760 into 1 install document.
 
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