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PSIO is compatible with SCPH-1000 motherboard PU-7?

Post by ka55 » November 27th, 2015, 6:43 am

Anyone know if the PlayStation model SCPH 1000 motherboard PU-7 is compatible with PSIO?
I'm asking because from what I've seen has only Switch Board installation diagram for PU-8 and no has for PU-7.
It is necessary to install a Switch Board in all models of PlayStation?

sorry my english, I used bing translator :roll:

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Alguém saberia se o PlayStation modelo SCPH 1000, placa mãe PU-7, é compatível com PS-IO?
Eu estou perguntando pois pelo que vi só tem diagrama de instalação do Switch Board para para PU-8 e não tem para PU-7.
É necessário instalar a Switch Board em todos os modelos de PlayStation?

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Re: PSIO is compatible with SCPH-1000 motherboard PU-7?

Post by Matt » November 27th, 2015, 12:49 pm

ka55 wrote:Anyone know if the PlayStation model SCPH 1000 motherboard PU-7 is compatible with PSIO?
I'm asking because from what I've seen has only Switch Board installation diagram for PU-8 and no has for PU-7.
It is necessary to install a Switch Board in all models of PlayStation?

sorry my english, I used bing translator :roll:

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Alguém saberia se o PlayStation modelo SCPH 1000, placa mãe PU-7, é compatível com PS-IO?
Eu estou perguntando pois pelo que vi só tem diagrama de instalação do Switch Board para para PU-8 e não tem para PU-7.
É necessário instalar a Switch Board em todos os modelos de PlayStation?
The PU-7 manual will be available in a weeks time.
It will be uploaded to the 'Switch Board' page once it is ready to go.

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Re: PSIO is compatible with SCPH-1000 motherboard PU-7?

Post by ka55 » November 28th, 2015, 6:56 am

thanks for answering my question. :D

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Re: PSIO is compatible with SCPH-1000 motherboard PU-7?

Post by ka55 » April 24th, 2016, 6:43 pm

PU-7 not suported for switch borad ? :?

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Re: PSIO is compatible with SCPH-1000 motherboard PU-7?

Post by Matt » April 24th, 2016, 9:28 pm

ka55 wrote:PU-7 not suported for switch borad ? :?
It's supported, but we have not made a guide for it yet. We have been very busy.
For now, try using the PU-8 guide. It should be the same.

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Re: PSIO is compatible with SCPH-1000 motherboard PU-7?

Post by svotib » April 25th, 2016, 12:09 am

I confirm. I have a board of PU-7 (I using PU-8 guide). Everything works fine.

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Re: PSIO is compatible with SCPH-1000 motherboard PU-7?

Post by Matt » April 25th, 2016, 1:15 am

svotib wrote:I confirm. I have a board of PU-7 (I using PU-8 guide). Everything works fine.
Excellent. Before I confirm that though and update the PU-8 guide, I will need to try it myself.

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Re: PSIO is compatible with SCPH-1000 motherboard PU-7?

Post by Matt » May 8th, 2016, 2:55 pm

Okay, I managed to get a PU-7 board, and so, the PU-7 guide is up and now available on the 'Downloads' page from PS-IO.com.

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