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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Shadow » November 11th, 2014, 4:18 am

Just upload the dump here and we will take it from there ;)
As far as I know, all BIOS's except for the PSone's will run Japanese licensed games.

I'm sure there is nothing special about the midnight system.
It's just a 'purpleish' coloured PSX is all, but we will find out shortly I guess.
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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by nocash » November 14th, 2014, 7:12 am

Shouldn't this thing be added to the list of undumped DTL-H bioses, http://hexigon.blogspot.de/2012/06/dtl- ... hotos.html ?

The above webpage is referring to it as "DTL-H505 aka SNES-CD is real", though that description might be nonsense. The photo of the backside does in fact seem to show a three-digit part number, but I couldn't decipher if it reads "DTL-H500" or "DTL-H505" or something else. And the photos aren't showing a "SNES-CD" anywhere; as far as I know those old "target boxes" were booted via SCSI cables, not via CDROM drives. Anyways, I am more or less believing that those photos are showing some sort of PSX prototype. Uh, or at least some kind of Sony hardware, or some weird casemodding joke.

Did anybody ever see that thing for real? Or has better photos? Or knows more about it? Or at least knows it's name, is it really DTL-H5xxsomething?

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Shadow » November 14th, 2014, 1:02 pm

No, it's real, but I'm not sure why it's dubbed the "NES CD" because it was actually based directly off of Sony's NEWS systems. It's correct that it's a DTL-H500 though, and it would be quite interesting to open it up and take a peek inside. However, acquiring one would be out of one's reach, and good luck trying to convince someone that owns one to open it. They probably have it behind a plate of glass behind a golden velvet rope.

Who knows. In the future I may be able to get a hold of one :shrug
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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Hellboy. » November 18th, 2014, 12:42 pm

DTL-H1202 - SCPH-1002C (2.2E)
SCPH-7000W (Version 4.1 11-14-97 A)

http://netload.in/dateisjXUbatjY9/ps1b.rar.htm

note: a few month back i put "DTL-H1102 - SCPH-1002C (2.1E)", but that was "DTL-H1102 - SCPH-1002B (2.1E)". I put "C" and that was "B". (Edited the post to correct the error)
Shadow, tell me when you download the file to know.

EDIT: - DTL-H1202 - SCPH-1002C (2.2E) is the DTL-H3002, sorry. All use the same bios.
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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by nocash » November 19th, 2014, 7:53 am

SCPH-1002B and SCPH-1002C? I wasn't aware of that models. But now that you are mentioning them, it seems that all european PSX versions are existing with A, B, C suffices (ie. google also finds stuff like SCPH-5502C, SCPH-7002C, SCPH-7502C, SCPH-9002C for PSX, and, the one that I already knew about, SCPH-102C for PSone).

As those suffices are used only in europe, I am still tending to believe that their meaning is just:
A = Bundled with english manual and TV modulator (though, did anybody ever buy a PSX with TV modulator?)
B = Bundled with english manual and A/V cable
C = Bundled with multi-language manual and A/V cable
Though in that case I wouldn't see a reason why they should have different bios versions (unless they have different production dates - but then you might also SCPH-1002C models with older bios than SCPH-1002B, and vice-versa).

Do you have those SCPH-1002B and SCPH-1002C part numbers on the stickers at the bottom of the consoles? Or are they only printed in manuals or packaging? My own consoles don't have a suffices, the stickers are just saying SCPH-1002, SCPH-5502, and SCPH-102. There are some PSone sticker's with suffix though, like this one http://i.ifreeads.ru/2013/08/19/125880/ ... 5223_2.jpg another special on photo is that the case has smaller feet than usually.

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Hellboy. » November 20th, 2014, 6:23 am

As far as I have knowledge, SCPH-1002 have no letter. But I use letters because the SCPH-1002 came with 3 different bios (2.0 = A, 2.1 = B, 2.2 = C).

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by nocash » November 20th, 2014, 7:56 am

Ah, okay, thanks for clarifying. The problem is that SCPH-1002's do have similar letters, at least on the box, such like "SCPH-1002 C": http://retroage.net/images/stories/sony ... 002_20.jpg
The "C" is supposedly for european "Continental" (non-english) boxes, which is different as your lettering. If you want to identify bios versions, better stick with the version numbers that are stored in the bios rom (eg. use "2.0" as is, instead of assigning letters to it).

EDIT: The above photo does have French, German... and English text on it though. That leaves me clueless.
Maybe comparing the original manual(s) would reveal more info about those letters...

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by dedomil » December 5th, 2014, 8:20 pm

dedomil - May 17th, 2014, 11:38 pm wrote:In the list is missing the 'Midnight Blue´ PlayStation
SCPH-7000W = System ROM Version 4.1 11/14/97 A
Hellboy. - November 17th, 2014, 6:42 pm wrote:DTL-H1202 - SCPH-1002C (2.2E)
SCPH-7000W (Version 4.1 11-14-97 A)

http://netload.in/dateisjXUbatjY9/ps1b.rar.htm

note: a few month back i put "DTL-H1102 - SCPH-1002C (2.1E)", but that was "DTL-H1102 - SCPH-1002B (2.1E)". I put "C" and that was "B". (Edited the post to correct the error)
Shadow, tell me when you download the file to know.

EDIT: - DTL-H1202 - SCPH-1002C (2.2E) is the DTL-H3002, sorry. All use the same bios.
Yeah!
Finally after months of waiting, anybody can get the rare SCPH-7000W of the 'Midnight Blue' PlayStation. Thanks a lot!
Also thanks to everybody for the hard work of obtain the PS1's bios. Happy 20th anniversary PlayStation! :mrgreen:

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Shadow » December 5th, 2014, 9:23 pm

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by dedomil » December 7th, 2014, 6:07 pm

Here the PAL SCPH-7002 4.1 12-16-97 dumped by a friend from his PlayStation: https://www.sendspace.com/file/n1al0y

If anybody can add it to the first post. :)

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Gradius » December 8th, 2014, 1:56 am

Is 5501 BIOS still missing?

Otherwise it would be great to have the 1st page with status updated.

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by dedomil » December 8th, 2014, 7:30 am

I found this on a forum:
I think the NA BIOS ROM for SCPH-7003 is exactly the same as SCPH-5501's (check the BIOS version of the two models, they match), as the dump I have has the same SHA1 hash as that of SCPH-5501. So, if possible, adding that as a file name option (SCPH7003.bin) might help usability a bit. For now, it's very simple to rename the SCPH-7003 ROM to SCPH5501.bin
I don't know if this information helps.

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Jackal » December 19th, 2014, 11:56 pm

I dont know why you guys are trying to reinvent the wheel, but nearly all BIOSes have already been dumped and documented (largely thanks to smf and MESS): http://redump.org/datfile/psx-bios/

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Gradius » December 20th, 2014, 1:37 am

Jackal wrote:I dont know why you guys are trying to reinvent the wheel, but nearly all BIOSes have already been dumped and documented (largely thanks to smf and MESS): http://redump.org/datfile/psx-bios/
Those just contains CRC, MD5 and SHA1 only.

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Jackal » December 20th, 2014, 9:41 pm

Gradius wrote:
Jackal wrote:I dont know why you guys are trying to reinvent the wheel, but nearly all BIOSes have already been dumped and documented (largely thanks to smf and MESS): http://redump.org/datfile/psx-bios/
Those just contains CRC, MD5 and SHA1 only.
The dumps are easy to find.. just google the filenames

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Gradius » December 21st, 2014, 9:49 am

Jackal wrote:The dumps are easy to find.. just google the filenames
The purpose is to have them all here, not in any other place.

Anyway, here are them all (my upload):
http://www.mediafire.com/download/xx4a1 ... q/bios.rar

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Gradius » December 21st, 2014, 9:58 am

And here is the complete table/descriptions:

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description SCPH-1000/DTL-H1000 (Version 1.0 J)
name ps-10j.bin size 524288 crc 3b601fc8 md5 239665b1a3dade1b5a52c06338011044 sha1 343883a7b555646da8cee54aadd2795b6e7dd070

description SCPH-3000/DTL-H1000H (Version 1.1 01/22/95)
name ps-11j.bin size 524288 crc 3539def6 md5 849515939161e62f6b866f6853006780 sha1 b06f4a861f74270be819aa2a07db8d0563a7cc4e

description DTL-H1001 (Version 2.0 05/07/95 A)
name ps-20a.bin size 524288 crc 55847d8c md5 dc2b9bf8da62ec93e868cfd29f0d067d sha1 649895efd79d14790eabb362e94eb0622093dfb9

description DTL-H1002/SCPH-1002 (Version 2.0 05/10/95 E)
name ps-20e.bin size 524288 crc 9bb87c4b md5 54847e693405ffeb0359c6287434cbef sha1 20b98f3d80f11cbf5a7bfd0779b0e63760ecc62c

description SCPH-3500 (Version 2.1 07/17/95 J)
name ps-21j.bin size 524288 crc bc190209 md5 cba733ceeff5aef5c32254f1d617fa62 sha1 e38466a4ba8005fba7e9e3c7b9efeba7205bee3f

description DTL-H1101 (Version 2.1 07/17/95 A)
name ps-21a.bin size 524288 crc aff00f2f md5 da27e8b6dab242d8f91a9b25d80c63b8 sha1 ca7af30b50d9756cbd764640126c454cff658479

description SCPH-1002/DTL-H1102 (Version 2.1 07/17/95 E)
name ps-21e.bin size 524288 crc 86c30531 md5 417b34706319da7cf001e76e40136c23 sha1 76cf6b1b2a7c571a6ad07f2bac0db6cd8f71e2cc

description SCPH-5000/DTL-H1200/DTL-H3000 (Version 2.2 12/04/95 J)
name ps-22j.bin size 524288 crc 24fc7e17 md5 57a06303dfa9cf9351222dfcbb4a29d9 sha1 ffa7f9a7fb19d773a0c3985a541c8e5623d2c30d

description SCPH-1001/SCPH-5003/DTL-H1201/DTL-H3001 (Version 2.2 12/04/95 A)
name ps-22a.bin size 524288 crc 37157331 md5 924e392ed05558ffdb115408c263dccf sha1 10155d8d6e6e832d6ea66db9bc098321fb5e8ebf

description SCPH-1002/DTL-H1202/DTL-H3002 (Version 2.2 12/04/95 E)
name ps-22e.bin size 524288 crc 1e26792f md5 e2110b8a2b97a8e0b857a45d32f7e187 sha1 b6a11579caef3875504fcf3831b8e3922746df2c

description DTL-H1100 (Version 2.2 03/06/96 D)
name ps-22d.bin size 524288 crc decb22f5 md5 ca5cfc321f916756e3f0effbfaeba13b sha1 73107d468fc7cb1d2c5b18b269715dd889ecef06

description SCPH-5500 (Version 3.0 09/09/96 J)
name ps-30j.bin size 524288 crc ff3eeb8c md5 8dd7d5296a650fac7319bce665a6a53c sha1 b05def971d8ec59f346f2d9ac21fb742e3eb6917

description SCPH-5501/SCPH-5503/SCPH-7003 (Version 3.0 11/18/96 A)
name ps-30a.bin size 524288 crc 8d8cb7e4 md5 490f666e1afb15b7362b406ed1cea246 sha1 0555c6fae8906f3f09baf5988f00e55f88e9f30b

description SCPH-5502/SCPH-5552 (Version 3.0 01/06/97 E)
name ps-30e.bin size 524288 crc d786f0b9 md5 32736f17079d0b2b7024407c39bd3050 sha1 f6bc2d1f5eb6593de7d089c425ac681d6fffd3f0

description SCPH-7000/SCPH-7500/SCPH-9000 (Version 4.0 08/18/97 J)
name ps-40j.bin size 524288 crc ec541cd0 md5 8e4c14f567745eff2f0408c8129f72a6 sha1 77b10118d21ac7ffa9b35f9c4fd814da240eb3e9

description SCPH-7000W (Version 4.1 11/14/97 A)
name ps-41a(w).bin size 524288 crc b7c43dad md5 b84be139db3ee6cbd075630aa20a6553 sha1 1b0dbdb23da9dc0776aac58d0755dc80fea20975

description SCPH-7001/SCPH-7501/SCPH-7503/SCPH-9001/SCPH-9003/SCPH-9903 (Version 4.1 12/16/97 A)
name ps-41a.bin size 524288 crc 502224b6 md5 1e68c231d0896b7eadcad1d7d8e76129 sha1 14df4f6c1e367ce097c11deae21566b4fe5647a9

description SCPH-7002/SCPH-7502/SCPH-9002 (Version 4.1 12/16/97 E)
name ps-41e.bin size 524288 crc 318178bf md5 b9d9a0286c33dc6b7237bb13cd46fdee sha1 8d5de56a79954f29e9006929ba3fed9b6a418c1d

description SCPH-100 (Version 4.3 03/11/00 J)
name psone-43j.bin size 524288 crc f2af798b md5 8abc1b549a4a80954addc48ef02c4521 sha1 339a48f4fcf63e10b5b867b8c93cfd40945faf6c

description SCPH-102 (Version 4.4 03/24/00 E)
name psone-44e.bin size 524288 crc 0bad7ea9 md5 b10f5e0e3d9eb60e5159690680b1e774 sha1 beb0ac693c0dc26daf5665b3314db81480fa5c7c

description SCPH-101 (Version 4.5 05/25/00 A)
name psone-45a.bin size 524288 crc 171bdcec md5 6e3735ff4c7dc899ee98981385f6f3d0 sha1 dcffe16bd90a723499ad46c641424981338d8378

description SCPH-102 (Version 4.5 05/25/00 E)
name psone-45e.bin size 524288 crc 76b880e5 md5 de93caec13d1a141a40a79f5c86168d6 sha1 dbc7339e5d85827c095764fc077b41f78fd2ecae

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by dedomil » December 27th, 2014, 6:08 am

Amazing!
Thanks for this christmas gift Gradius. :P

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Re: PlayStation 1 BIOS's [DOWNLOAD]

Post by smf » December 30th, 2014, 6:52 am

Dark-Show wrote:To bad SCPH-5903 was never copied. With this bios we may have been able to bring VCD support too other models.
I dumped it years ago. I'll get a dump of the CD controller firmware at some point.

You can't use it to add VCD to other models, because there is additional hardware in the SCPH-5903 that other models don't have (similar to how the parallel port VCD players have extra processors). It's possible the additional hardware has it's own software that needs dumping, which is going to be much harder.

Firmware from a memory card and all the different game controllers are much more interesting to get dumped right now.

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] PlayStation 1 BIOS Collection

Post by Jackal » December 31st, 2014, 2:09 am

I dumped it years ago
That one isn't documented in MESS, so would be nice if you could provide some info or the actual BIOS file. TIA

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