EmpireAndrew wrote:I haven't pulled it apart yet...
I'll do that tomorrow morning. Feeling too annoyed at the moment, lol!
troed wrote:So, we might be talking about a UltraSatan problem more than a DMA problem.
EmpireAndrew wrote:So I finally had all the pieces I needed to get the UltraSatan from Lotharek hooked up, the right cable, latest HDDriver, strong micro USB PSU./Troed
frank.lukas wrote:My experience is put the right STE/TT DMA Chip (C398789-001A) in the 1040STE and the problem is solved.
exxos wrote:I really wish people would stop calling the -38 bad! Its just not true. I've had more problems with the 001A. So C025913-38 == good, C398739-001A == bad from what I have seen. Please stop spreading the -38 bad myth!
As for the resistor, its a 2.2K 9 pin sil array. Also what are the numbers on the sil arrays around the 68000 CPU ? (3 red 3 black)
EmpireAndrew wrote:1. Does anyone have an Ultra Satan working on the 38 chip?
EmpireAndrew wrote:2. Has anyone with a 001 chip ran into problems with an Ultra Satan?
EmpireAndrew wrote:I can't see it either, it's so close to the socket. I don't want to bend it back and forth in case I break it.
You'd change the 3 red and the 3 black to 2.2k?
What are they all now?
And what's the logic behind changing them? I read your stuff on the resistor pack for the DMA chip, but I must've missed the info on why I'd change these ones?
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