The schematic diagram for the Ripper/// GC has changed and
simplified. From now you don't need to make connections to the DVD
controller and the door switch. Please make one wire connection to
the reset switch instead.
This diagram revision allows you to play:
1.All multi DVD games without problems
2.You can disable the chip by pressing the reset button before you power up your console
3.You can use original bios of the GC console to manage your memorycard
4.Connections to the DVD drive and the door switch are not necessary any more.
The firmware of the Ripper/// GC remains unchanged.
All customers with their chips already installed can reconnect wires
according to the new schematic in order to get the top performance
and functionality. The DVD drive connection must be removed and the
door switch connection must be fixed to the state as before
Furthermore stay tuned for some more stunning news from us shortly. You won't be disappointed :-)
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