PS2 [REQUEST] Im collecting info about PS2 console's revisions v0.835 MID (15\07\2019)

Tool that allows dumps of a PlayStation 2 console's ROM chips and MECHACON NVRAM to be made.

  1. 54
    140
    57
    krHACKen

    krHACKen Developer

    Joined:
    Nov 2, 2014
    Messages:
    54
    Likes Received:
    140
    Trophy Points:
    57
    Finally found that b*tch in my PS2 cemetery.
    If you have this dump of mine in your database/collection, SCPH-39004, wrong serial number 5989817, please discard it :
    https://pastebin.com/raw/L55mu86v


    I found the machine and restored a backup of its original mechacon nvram :
    https://pastebin.com/raw/CGJm3ZMR
    Now you can see its real chassis ID, model ID, serial and sh*t... It's a common system, nothing special nor rare.

    In fact, it was my main console for hacking DNAS stuff, and it got banned several times by SONY. So I made a HW ID randomizer in order to circumvent the console bans, a coldboot nvram reprogrammer, memcard based obviously. And at the time I dumped the stuff with ps2ident for SP193 (back in 2013), the mechacon nvram contained false IDs, I'm sorry.
    Mistery solved.

    The rest (boot ROM hash and all) is correct. The system is not modchipped.
     

    Attached Files:

    Algol and akuhak like this.
  2. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    Thanks a lot, your console and corresponding Model ID added to database.
    Oh thanks a lot - mystery finally solved!! I removed fake ID from database (0x1a012c) and fixed your console data - changed Model ID, Console Model ID and EMCS ID. Your SCPH-39004 has normal Model ID 0x1a001c - which has all SCPH-39004 that are in database.

    @krHACKen
    BTW could you please also help with some data:
    SCPH-75004 (Model ID 0x20d43f) that you provided info for ps2ident, did you have (a) or (b) version of it?
    SCPH-70004 (Model ID 0x20d427) - I found here that you owns (a) version while I received prove that 0x20d427 belongs to (b) version. It will be very interesting if Model ID can be the same for (a) and (b) version - so it will break my logic for this database. Could you please confirm Model ID and sticker data.
    SCPH-50004 0x20D421 - in my database this model ID belongs to SS (a) version while your seems to have version without small a at the end. Could you please confirm Model ID for Silver 50004 (and sticker)?
    And one question about DTL-H30102 - it seems that you owned one of this - could you please provide FULL ps2ident dump (also BOOTROM will be very useful). Sticker photo is here. I dont have any info about these type of DTL.
    It seems that you own SCPH-30001 R with Mechacon v2.14. It seems that @sp193 removed v2.14 data from ps2ident (maybe not enough confirmation). Could you please provide photo or mechacon chip details? From my researches it should be CXP102064-008R but it is not confirmed data.
    The same question for Mechacon v5.5 from DTL-H50002.
    And you owns some dead consoles (for example SCPH-50004 (a)) - maybe you still have some dumps (maybe uncomplete) from some of them (at least nvram dump)?
     
    Last edited: Apr 25, 2019
  3. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    Thanks to @Freedy - removed one ID from ps2ident database.
     
  4. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    Major update:
    Thank to @Vedita BR was found very rare unit SCPH-50011 (FAT released for region: 0x07 Mexico).
    Interesting thing that mainboard (GH-026) most likely was taken from another case (box), cause sticker data is completely different from PS2IDENT data. Sticker shows that this is SCPH-50001(a) and completely different Serial. This mainboard is equipped with before unknown Mechacon v5.6 chip revision CXR706080-105GG. This chip is also added into psident database.
    Code:
    20040329-172942,ROMconf,PS20190AC20040329.spa.bin,[email protected]/~/h190la/g/app/rom
    The most interesting story about Model ID. This model has Model ID 0x20d426, while Model ID 0x20d427 belongs to SCPH-70004 CB.
    To my mind it is safe to assume that SCPH-50011 was the very last FAT model (ROMVER 0190AC20040329). This also can be used as confirmation that SCPH-70004 was very first SLIM model. Very interesting - I thought that Japan models was released earlier for all generations.

    Also added full data for TV unit KDL-22PX300. Credits to @Senyuki . Added mainboard model GH-070-42. This unit incorrectly added with P-chassis while it has no Chassis model at all. For the most close chassis name can be used "tvcombo" label, comment found in bootrom:
    Code:
    20100415-124238,ROMconf,PS20250WC20100415.bin,[email protected]/~/tvcombo/g/app/rom
    This is not fixed in database.

    Also added dump for DTL-H30102, ROMVER 0150ED20001228, GH-013. Credits to @krHACKen . On some DTLs ps2ident cannot recognised Region and Mechacon, so ps2ident assumes that this is 0x01 (USA) and v2.13 (CXP102064-752R-T6).

    Also
    * Added various model IDs
    * Added SCPH-30004 from @Senyuki
    * Added SCPH-50004 from @Freedy
    * Added SCPH-50002 from @Tupakaveli

    Link still the same.
     
    Last edited: May 10, 2019
    TnA, VTSTech, sandungas and 3 others like this.
  5. 2
    4
    7
    Terence Tan

    Terence Tan Forum Noob

    Joined:
    May 10, 2019
    Messages:
    2
    Likes Received:
    4
    Trophy Points:
    7
    Log file generated by Playstation 2 Ident v0.835, built on Dec 8 2018 15:01:19

    Code:
    ROMVER:   0160AC20020207
    ROM region sizes:
       ROM0:   0xBFC00000 (3883407 bytes)
       ROM1:   0xBE000000 (199099 bytes)
       ROM2:   <Not detected>
       EROM:   0xBE040000 (1835008 bytes)
    ROM chip sizes:
       Boot ROM:   0x1FC00000 (32 Mbit)   CRC16: 0x3895
       DVD ROM:   0x1E000000 (16 Mbit)   CRC16: 0x75a2
    DVD Player:   2.12U
    PS1DRV:     1.10
    EE:
       Implementation:     0x2e
       Revision:     3.1 (CXD9708GB/CXD9832GB)
       FPU implementation:   0x2e
       FPU revision:     3.0
       ICache size:     0x02 (16 KB)
       DCache size:     0x01 (8 KB)
       RAM size:     33554432 bytes
    IOP:
       Revision:     0x0021 (CXD9697GP/CXD9732GP)
       RAM size:     2097152 bytes
       SSBUS I/F revision:   3.1 (CXD9611)
       AIF revision:     <Not detected>
    Mainboard:
       Model name:     SCPH-39001
       Mainboard model:   Unknown
       Chassis:     Unknown
       ROMGEN:       0207-2002
       Machine type:     0x00000000
       BoardInf:     0x00 (Not detected)
       MPU Board ID:     0xffff
       SPU2 revision:     0x08 (CXD2947R/CXD2950R)
       MECHACON revision:   3.6 (CXP103049-X03GG)
       MagicGate region:   0x01 (USA)
       System type:     0x00 (PlayStation 2)
       ADD0x010:     0xb009 (G SONY)
       M Renewal Date:     ----/--/-- --:--
       Model ID:     0x1a0019 (SCPH-39001)
       Console Model ID:   0xd218
       EMCS ID:     0x01 (FOXC)
       USB HC revision:   1.0
       GS revision:     1.9 (CXD2949BGB)
       GS ID:       0x55
       SPEED revision:     0x0013 (CXD9731GP)
       SPEED capabilities:   000b.0002 (SMAP, ATA, UART)
       PHY OUI:     0x080017 (National Semiconductor)
       PHY model:     0x02 (DP83846A)
       PHY revision:     0x03
    i.Link:
       Ports:       2
       Max speed:     2 (S400)
       Compliance level:   1 (IEEE1394A-2000)
       Vendor ID:     0x00a0b8 (LSI Logic)
       Product ID:     0x600201
    Remarks:
       ROM may not be clean.
     

    Attached Files:

    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 15, 2019
    TnA and akuhak like this.
  6. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    Hi, thank you for report - are you sure that you provided correct sticker for this dump? Sticker states that this is SCPH-39006 while ps2ident dump states that this is SCPH-39001?
     
  7. 2
    4
    7
    Terence Tan

    Terence Tan Forum Noob

    Joined:
    May 10, 2019
    Messages:
    2
    Likes Received:
    4
    Trophy Points:
    7
    I think so...although the mainboard could have been swapped when I got it serviced when I was a kid and didn't know any better. I had a problem with the mod chip. The unit is even wierd for me because I think it is a Jap import because it uses a 100v stepdown transformer(We use UK 240v here)...for a long time I always wondered why my PS2 came with an external power brick. I'm the only owner and still have the blue box it came with and it also says its a 39006.
     
    TnA and akuhak like this.
  8. 1
    3
    7
    catmato

    catmato Forum Noob

    Joined:
    Jul 1, 2019
    Messages:
    1
    Likes Received:
    3
    Trophy Points:
    7
    Code:
    Log file generated by Playstation 2 Ident v0.835, built on Dec  8 2018 15:01:19
    
    ROMVER:   0190JC20030623
    ROM region sizes:
       ROM0:   0xBFC00000 (4099197 bytes)
       ROM1:   0xBE000000 (407170 bytes)
       ROM2:   <Not detected>
       EROM:   0xBE100000 (3145728 bytes)
    ROM chip sizes:
       Boot ROM:   0x1FC00000 (32 Mbit)   CRC16: 0xc3bf
       DVD ROM:   0x1E000000 (32 Mbit)   CRC16: 0x6f05
    DVD Player:   3.02
    PS1DRV:     1.02
    EE:
       Implementation:     0x2e
       Revision:     3.1 (CXD9708GB/CXD9832GB)
       FPU implementation:   0x2e
       FPU revision:     3.0
       ICache size:     0x02 (16 KB)
       DCache size:     0x01 (8 KB)
       RAM size:     33554432 bytes
    IOP:
       Revision:     0x0024 (CXD9798GP/CXD9799AGP)
       RAM size:     2097152 bytes
       SSBUS I/F revision:   3.2 (CXD2955R)
       AIF revision:     <Not detected>
    Mainboard:
       Model name:     SCPH-55000
       Mainboard model:   Unknown
       Chassis:     Unknown
       ROMGEN:       0623-2003
       Machine type:     0x00000000
       BoardInf:     0x00 (Not detected)
       MPU Board ID:     0xffff
       SPU2 revision:     0x10 (CXD2955R)
       MECHACON revision:   5.4 (CXR706080-103GG)
       MagicGate region:   0x00 (Japan)
       System type:     0x00 (PlayStation 2)
       ADD0x010:     0xb41b (H/I SONY)
       M Renewal Date:     2003/04/08 23:27
       Model ID:     0x20d415 (SCPH-55000 GT)
       Console Model ID:   0xd414
       EMCS ID:     0x30 (SZMT)
       USB HC revision:   1.0
       GS revision:     1.11 (CXD2949CGB/CXD2949DGB)
       GS ID:       0x55
       SPEED revision:     0x0013 (CXD9731GP)
       SPEED capabilities:   000b.0002 (SMAP, ATA, UART)
       PHY OUI:     0x070100 (ST Microelectronics)
       PHY model:     0x01 (STE100S)
       PHY revision:     0x01
    i.Link:
       Ports:       2
       Max speed:     2 (S400)
       Compliance level:   248 (Unknown)
       Vendor ID:     0x000000 (Unknown)
       Product ID:     0x000000
    
     

    Attached Files:

    akuhak, TnA and jolek like this.
  9. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    Thank you very much I will compare data with previously dumped SCPH-55000.
     
    catmato likes this.
  10. 1,256
    851
    272
    jolek

    jolek Senior Member

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2017
    Messages:
    1,256
    Likes Received:
    851
    Trophy Points:
    272
    Gender:
    Male
    @akuhak is there any chance to somehow add your fork into Resources?
    If you want You can also add external link for downloads if you have account with downloads e.g. at github.
    Does the version (190324) from 1st post is the latest?
     
  11. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    This link is official, i keep this folder updated
    https://yadi.sk/d/E8oNj2ChGmyiSw
    Attachment can be outdated.
    In fact I dont really understand what exactly do you need. :)

    Отправлено с моего SM-A530F через Tapatalk
     
  12. 1,256
    851
    272
    jolek

    jolek Senior Member

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2017
    Messages:
    1,256
    Likes Received:
    851
    Trophy Points:
    272
    Gender:
    Male
    TnA and akuhak like this.
  13. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    Update 15/07/2019:
    if you own SCPH-5**** (aka Dragon unit) or any DESR-**00 unit (PSX DVR) and ps2ident shows Unknown motherboard then provide:
    1) Whole and readable sticker photo (you can hide middle of your serial if you wish). Also mention color and edition (if known).
    2) PS2Ident generated *_database.bin file
    3) PS2Ident text file (as attachment or just in text form).
    I decided to assume that board revision for Dragon units and PSX DVR units can be definitely retrieved from their stickers.
    GH-023 - H-Chassis
    GH-026 - I-Chassis
    GH-029 - J-Chassis
    XPD-001 - Early DESRs
    XPD-005 - Second DESR Generation

    I also added various dumps that I own but not yet added into database (mostly from @Senyuki ). Link the same, Resources updated.
     
    jolek likes this.
  14. 1,256
    851
    272
    jolek

    jolek Senior Member

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2017
    Messages:
    1,256
    Likes Received:
    851
    Trophy Points:
    272
    Gender:
    Male
    I'm having hard times with this new version from 190509 on SCH-50004.
    I mean, after I dump system ROM I cannot find SCPH-50004_database.bin.
    Once app freezes at Please wait... screen while I was dumping system ROM.
    Tried 2 flash-drives, everything is fine with version from 190324.
    One the other hand everything seems to work on SCPH-75004...

    So I've added "SCPH-50004_database-old.bin" & "SCPH-50004_specs-old.txt" from PS2Ident 190324
    and "SCPH-50004_specs-new.txt" from PS2Ident 190509.

    Here is SCPH-50004 PAL, Serial FC XXXXXXX, FOXC-Chassis, Satin Silver:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/05jzald4niqsvj2/SCPH-50004_0807909.7z.

    Here is SCPH-75004 PAL, Serial FC XXXXXXX, FOXC-Chassis, Satin Silver:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/xuue752dvwcnymp/SCPH-75004_1956567.7z.
     
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2019
    TnA and akuhak like this.
  15. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    I will check - could you please upload previous ps2ident.db - it seems that I lost it :)
     
  16. 1,256
    851
    272
    jolek

    jolek Senior Member

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2017
    Messages:
    1,256
    Likes Received:
    851
    Trophy Points:
    272
    Gender:
    Male
  17. 2
    1
    7
    kuvalda77

    kuvalda77 Forum Noob

    Joined:
    Aug 1, 2019
    Messages:
    2
    Likes Received:
    1
    Trophy Points:
    7
    Gender:
    Male
    Hello! I don't think I will help much, however here are the pictures of my PS2 (Slim, Black).
    I apologize for the poor quality of photos - I had to use the broken HDMI converter that creates a purple tint all over the screen.
     

    Attached Files:

    akuhak likes this.
  18. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    @kuvalda77 Could you please provide sticker photo as well.
    And it will be useful if you provided also ps2ident dump.
     
  19. 2
    1
    7
    kuvalda77

    kuvalda77 Forum Noob

    Joined:
    Aug 1, 2019
    Messages:
    2
    Likes Received:
    1
    Trophy Points:
    7
    Gender:
    Male
    Unfortunately, the only sticker left on my console is the warranty one.
    The ps2ident dump is attached below.
     

    Attached Files:

  20. 32
    44
    62
    akuhak

    akuhak Member

    Joined:
    Jul 4, 2017
    Messages:
    32
    Likes Received:
    44
    Trophy Points:
    62
    New version is up: I tried to fix this version from freezing at dump point, please check this out.

    Guys, if after dumping you cannot locate database file inside dump folder - that means that your console (or similar) is already in database.

    Note:
    Known bug:
    This version incorrectly shows Model ID as unknown it even when Model Id is in database - I stall cannot understand why. Please refer to database log (text log after dumping) in that cases.

    I am still collecting data about rare consoles and want to tell that now I am adding late PHAT models into database without dissasembling.

    Changelog:
    * fixed database file
    * added SCPH-50010/N ModelID from retrofan90
    * added SCPH-77000 PK ModelID from Stancatau
    * added SCPH-55000 GT from catmato. This one has unique BOOt rom and differs from previosly dumped SCPH-55000 from Senuyki
     
    TnA and jolek like this.

Share This Page