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Trying to find a bit of info out about my consoles version & Dr Google is being stupid.

Recently bought a bunch of Japanese Launch Consoles & I've repaired one that's been long broken.

My SCPH-15000 displays as SCPH-10000 in the version information.

Because the console has been broken for years, I can't for the life of me remember if it was displaying like that when I got it.

I've used an earlier PSU and DVD drive to repair it.

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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That’s normal all pcmcia models including test units do that except for the DTL-H10100 and possibly SCPH-18000. Can’t verify the latter because I’ve never owned one. The model number was hard coded on protokernal units
 

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possibly SCPH-18000.
Oh sweet cool.
Didn't think I had anything special, but was more curious, as all my other ones show the correct version information.

I'll check both of my SCPH-18000's (I haven't tested them yet) to see what they say.
 

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@Tokimemofan , just an fyi, the SCP-18000 has the proper version information. I'm guessing it's because it was the first one with the DVD driver built in.
 

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@Tokimemofan , just an fyi, the SCP-18000 has the proper version information. I'm guessing it's because it was the first one with the DVD driver built in.
I figured it did, it’s an odd hybrid between the scph-1x000 series and the scph-30000
 

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You can use PS2Ident to ensure that the outer case and the mainboard match.
 
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I have all SCPH-1xxxx's. Internally the 15000 and 10000 are pretty much identical, only difference is the DVD region checking stuff.
 

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I have all SCPH-1xxxx's. Internally the 15000 and 10000 are pretty much identical, only difference is the DVD region checking stuff.


I pulled both of mine apart, and there's a little board attached to the 18000 that I'm assuming is the DVD board.

The 10000 & 15000 don't have a DVD Driver, these need to be installed.
 
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