Will somebody on a later 3000 or Go test this?

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Jan 22, 2011
  1. Rydian
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    http://www.mediafire.com/?ttp2efzsgga

    This can report motherboard info and runs on 6.x (unlike PSP Ident), I'd like to see if it can be used to display info for later PSP models. As it is now it'll just display an error if it can't identify the motherboard (anything after TA-085), but I would like to modify this program to display info for later motherboards. It will be simple, assuming I can find what identifier they have...

    I'm getting the proper tools to compile (a modified version) now, but I'm wondering if anybody with some later PSP models is willing to help me test and report what the program displays?

    Or if anybody has the info for which IDs correspond with which motherboard models, that'd save me some time.

    This is what the relevant section of the source looks like right now...

    Code:
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂ case 1:
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂ switch(AnalizarPlaca())//Se crea un switch condicionado por lo que retorne la funcion AnalizarPlaca
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ {//Abrimos el Switch
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ case 0x0101:
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ printf("ÂÂÂÂ Psp Fat Placa Ta-079/81, "); 
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ break; 
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ case 0x0202:
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ printf("ÂÂÂÂ Psp Fat placa Ta-082/86, "); 
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ break; 
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ case 0x0303:
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ printf("ÂÂÂÂ PSP Slim Placa Ta-085/Ta-085 v2, "); 
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ break;
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ case 0x0404: 
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ printf("ÂÂÂÂ PSP Slim Placa Ta-088, "); 
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ break;
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ default:
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ printf("ÂÂÂÂ No se reconoce la placa, pueda que sea nuna nueva placa. "); 
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ }//Fin del switch
    ÂÂÂÂÂÂ break;
     
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    i have a 3000 but not sure if its a later version
    its a 3004
     
  3. JamesCID

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    Old 3k version here, it reports as my PSP being a Slim 1001 (Uh what?) and having a TA-088 motherboard.
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    Truth is, it's a 3g 3001 with a TA-090v2

    [​IMG]
     
  4. Rydian
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    Damn, I guess that's not the proper detection method...

    And I found the downloading and setting up the toolchain and such will take like two days on my machine, so I'm giving up on this.
     
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    pspident 0.73 is out

     
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    Does not work on 6.35.

    Only displays some info before garbling the text and shutting off.
     

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