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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefPFF
    Here's one that I've got but you haven't posted already. To be fair, it's not very useful, but may as well add it for completeness. :)
    Completely forgot that one, thanks for the reminder :katamari:. Adding to first post.

    By the way, does anybody have the Quality Assurance discs mentioned in this manual?
    • SCD 4515 (Part No. J-250-407-3A)
    • SVD 4514 (Part No. J-250-407-0A)
    • SVD-E94075 (Part No. J-2504-118-A)

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    The password don't work bro ;(

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    Quote Originally Posted by N5NG
    The password don't work bro ;(
    That's strange, as I thought I had tested them all. Which file are you trying to open?

    Did you try to enter the password manually? Some browsers might omit the leading space when copying the password to the clipboard.

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    Some additions.
    6) 2009/03/19
    added: Serial Label Operating Standard for PS2
    added: DVD-ROM Block Adjustment JIG, Basic Process of Adjustment for DVD-ROM

    added: Sony DTL-T10000 Development Tool Operating Instructions
    As usual, you'll find the download links in the first post.

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    thanks!

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    dont mean to necro bump but the service manual for the 39000 is a megupload link
    and since the FBI raid hasn't worked
    if someone could re-upload it i would appreciate it

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    All the links are dead :(

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    Could someone re-upload ps2 dnas library?

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    Yes, please someone or OP first, Reupload? we can try Torrent, or ill have some 50Mb on my own host left.
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    no one reupload the files?

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    I'll torrent the files ASAP. Can someone please upload them?
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    Also looking to get these files; willing to seed as well :)

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    Corrected phrasing.

    There is an error in the first post, but I'm sure that SilverBull just didn't update it:
    Quote Originally Posted by SilverBull View Post

    Some people might wonder about the LSI Logic 1394 Documentation and how they are related to the PS2. In fact, the 1394/FireWire/i.Link controller of the earlier models (SCPH-30000 series) uses parts from the 1394 Lead Vehicle discussed in one of these documents (the other ones describe related controllers, which is needed sometimes to understand the big one). So, if anybody wants to use 1394 in his homebrewn programs, these documents could proof really useful, as there is no other documentation on the PS2 hardware registers related to this port.
    Of course, the PS2 uses a different base address and not all registers are mapped; for example, PHY Access and all DMA-related ones are missing. However, PHT and UBUF (for PIO-mode data transmissions) are available and work well :nod:.


    All registers are available, except for these registers:

    1. 0x058 Encoded Interrupt Priority
    2. 0x0CC DBUF Watermarks Register 0
    3. 0x0D0 DBUF FIFO Size Register 0
    4. 0x14C DBUF Watermarks Register 1
    5. 0x150 DBUF FIFO Size Register 1


    DMA support is working and fully functional
    , and the PHY can be accessed.
    Last edited by sp193; 04-22-2012 at 05:15 AM. Reason: As mentioned in the post below, I made an error: The UBUF Rx FIFO level register does exist.

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    I would seed for all the files, just looking to get the Tool documentation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp193 View Post
    There is an error in the first post, but I'm sure that SilverBull just didn't update it:[...]
    Thanks for spotting . You are right, I really didn't update this post for a long time. I don't remember why I thought the PHY was not accessible; I have actually been using the PHY access register in Kermit from the start, to perform bus resets when DBGCORE gets loaded.

    By the way, I think your list contains an error as well: 0x54 UBUF Receive Level is indeed accessible, at least from the EE and on the systems Kermit runs on. I use it to check for inbound data...
    Last edited by SilverBull; 04-22-2012 at 04:30 AM. Reason: my browser ate a newline...

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    Glad to see you back in this post SilverBull :)
    Any chance you can re-upload the documents in the first post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pool7 View Post
    Glad to see you back in this post SilverBull :)Any chance you can re-upload the documents in the first post?
    A lot of stuff has been contributed by other members, and I'm not sure whether I downloaded everything that's linked here. I'll go and check what I have.Any suggestions where to upload? Seems sharehosters are dropping like flies, and I do not want to torrent anything for certain reasons.

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    The ones I've been using (though can't say how long my files will stay since I recently uploaded them) are: hotfile, 4shared, mediafire and uploading.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by pool7 View Post
    The ones I've been using (though can't say how long my files will stay since I recently uploaded them) are: hotfile, 4shared, mediafire and uploading.com
    Thanks, but they all seem to require an account (albeit free, but still... ). I would really like to avoid that, for the same reason as I want to avoid torrents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverBull View Post
    Thanks for spotting . You are right, I really didn't update this post for a long time. I don't remember why I thought the PHY was not accessible; I have actually been using the PHY access register in Kermit from the start, to perform bus resets when DBGCORE gets loaded.By the way, I think your list contains an error as well: 0x54 UBUF Receive Level is indeed accessible, at least from the EE and on the systems Kermit runs on. I use it to check for inbound data...
    You're right. Well, I did just copy that list of registers from an old post at the forums ps2dev.org, after removing the registers from the list that were present (But obviously, I did miss the UBUF Receive level). D:

    I've been documenting the IOP module API's and the DMAC's registers (Including our findings on DMAC #3), so do you think that would it be a good idea to add a link to my page once it's complete?

    Quote Originally Posted by SilverBull View Post
    Thanks, but they all seem to require an account (albeit free, but still... ). I would really like to avoid that, for the same reason as I want to avoid torrents.
    Mediafire doesn't require an account to download files. (At least, it didn't require me to log in when I last downloaded files from it's servers)
    Last edited by sp193; 04-07-2012 at 04:48 AM.

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