Re-flowed my cartridge slot pins, now game saving is disabled, and my sd2snes won't access the sd slot.

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Spitfire1987
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Re-flowed my cartridge slot pins, now game saving is disabled, and my sd2snes won't access the sd slot.

Post by Spitfire1987 » Sun Feb 02, 2020 9:06 pm

Before I try and flow everything all over again, I was hoping someone knowledgeable might be able to determine which pin might be causing my issue. It worked before I did the re-soldering, and I was hoping to remedy an issue with bad cartridge connections, but now I've created another issue. Again, I am unable to access the SD on my sd2snes but without an sd it loads "no sd inserted!" and if I push one in then, it sticks on "loading...". When I inserted a FFVI cart the game doesn't access any save data and will not allow saving from save points. I also tested a super game boy which had some graphical issues in the actual games. Otherwise seemed fine.

I did find this pinout information. Thanks.


----pin assignment----
See schematics for switch, register, diode and capacitor connection.

CN3: cartridge connector CN1: USB socket type B
+-----+ +---+ U1: ATmega164P (DIP)
GND| 1 31|+5V +5V|1 4|GND + -v--+
CPU A11| 2 32|CPU PHI2 D-|2 3|D+ D0| 1 40|A0
CPU A10| 3 33|CPU A12 +---+ D1| 2 39|A1
CPU A9| 4 34|CPU A13 CN2: ISP conncetor D2| 3 38|A2
CPU A8| 5 35|CPU A14 +---+ D3| 4 37|A3
CPU A7| 6 36|CPU D7 MISO|1 2|Vcc D4| 5 36|A4
CPU A6| 7 37|CPU D6 SCK|3 4|MOSI MOSI/D5| 6 35|A5
CPU A5| 8 38|CPU D5 Reset#|5 6|GND MISO/D6| 7 34|A6
CPU A4| 9 39|CPU D4 +---+ /D7| 8 33|A7
CPU A3|10 40|CPU D3 U2: 74HC574 eset#| 9 32|+5V
CPU A2|11 41|CPU D2 +--v--+ Vcc|10 31|GND
CPU A1|12 42|CPU D1 GND| 1 20|Vcc GND|11 30|+5V
CPU A0|13 43|CPU D0 D0| 2 19|A8 XTAL1|12 29|AHL
CPU R/W|14 44|CPU ROMCS# D1| 3 18|A9 XTAL2|13 28|VRAM CS#
CPU IRQ#|15 45|SOUND IN D2| 4 17|A10 NC|14 27|PPU WR#
GND|16 46|SOUND OUT D3| 5 16|A11 NC|15 26|PPU RD#
PPU RD#|17 47|PPU WR# D4| 6 15|A12 USB D+|16 25|NC
VRAM A10|18 48|VRAM CS# D5| 7 14|A13 CPU IRQ#|17 24|CPU R/W
PPU A6|19 49|PPU A13# D6| 8 13|CPU A14 USB D-|18 23|CPU ROMCS#
PPU A5|20 50|PPU A7 D7| 9 12|PPU A13# VRAM A10|19 22|CPU PHI2
PPU A4|21 51|PPU A8 GND|10 11|AHL NC|20 21|NC
PPU A3|22 52|PPU A9 +-----+ +-----+
PPU A2|23 53|PPU A10
PPU A1|24 54|PPU A11
PPU A0|25 55|PPU A12
PPU D0|26 56|PPU A13
PPU D1|27 57|PPU D7
PPU D2|28 58|PPU D6
PPU D3|29 59|PPU D5
+5V|30 60|PPU D4
+-----+

----notice----
- AHL is Address High Latch.
- NC is No Connection.
- # is negative logic signal.
- D0-D7 are databus.
-- shared by U1, U2, CN3(CPU and PPU).
-- D5-D7 are shared by ISP signal.
- A0-A13 are addressbus.
-- A0-A7 are shared by U1, CN3(CPU and PPU)
-- A8-A13 are shared by U2, CN3(CPU and PPU)
- CPU A14 and PPU A13# are uniq address buses.
- U1 can substitute ATmega16.
- SOUND IN and SOUND OUT has no connection.
- If you don't need power switch, short JP1.
- If you don't need reset switch, open JP2.[url][/url]

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