I even tried that resistor sdma mod people were recommending but then my Falcon didn't even turn on, so I removed it.
Just wondering if anyone has an idea
trecool wrote:I was talking about the DSP dedicated ram chips. Those three chips are located south of the DSP chip. Try to touch them with your fingertips when the problem occurs. If one is hotter than the others, pm me to send you a spare new one.
trecool wrote:I used these
http://www.ebay.com/itm/IDT-IDT71256SA1 ... 566b36e86c
and worked great.
mzry wrote:This is all probably related to the SCSI issues I've been having too. So there probably isn't an answer. I have exxos clock patch installed.
Rustynutt wrote:In github (I was a Source Forge user) Mikro has well documented most every popular clock patch.
I just installed the exxos clock patch on a stock Falcon. Past two weeks have been testing several SCSI devices, transferring between without issue at all.
In two other machines with multiple configurations have the Nemesis buffer for many years without issue as well.
Only DSP issue recently was testing with an Eagle Sonic installation that required the CPU to run at 16mHz.
Does the Phantom connect to any of thr GALs on the Falcon bus?
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