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    In this guide, we are going to identify some possible causes that can cause the scph1002.bin BIOS to load, and then I will share some possible recovery methods that you can try to fix this problem.

    PlayStation Retail BIOS
    Percentage of All Commercially Discarded PlayStation BIOSes (20/33):


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    Still missing: SCPH-1000, 1001, 1002, 3000, 3500, 5000, 5003, 5500, 5501, 5502, 5903, 5552, seven thousand, 7000W, 7001, 7002, 7003, 7500, 7501, 7502, 7502, 7502 9001, 9002, 9003, 100, 101, 102, 102A, 102B, 102C plus 103.

    SCPH-5003 is actually just SCPH-1001 [MD5 CONFIRMED BY BAD_AD84) .-
    SCPH-7003 is usually SCPH-5501 V3.0A [MD5 UNCONFIRMED].
    – SCPH-9002 was really just [UNCONFIRMED MD5 scph-7002].

    Download SCPH-1000 [NTSC-J] , N / A stripped
    SCPH-1001 [NTSC-U / C] download from SCPH-1002 n / a
    download removed from N / A
    Download SCPH-3000 [NTSC-J] Discontinued N / A
    SCPH-3500 [NTSC-J] download from SCPH-1002
    Download SCPH-5000 [NTSC-U / C] removed from N / A [BAD DUMP]
    Download SCPH-5501 [NTSC-U / C] from Shadow
    Download SCPH-5500 [NTSC-J] Downloaded N / A
    Download SCPH-5502 [PAL] if Shadow
    . throw SCPH-5552 [PAL] Download Removed After N / A
    Download SCPH-7000 [NTSC-J] , N / A stripped
    SCPH-7001 [NTSC-U / C] download removed from N / A
    SCPH-7002 [PAL] download video from N / A
    Download the remaining SCPH-7003 [NTSC-J] fromN / A
    SCPH-7502 [PAL] Download Removed From N / A
    SCPH-9002 [PAL] boot empty N / A
    Download SCPH-100 [NTSC-J] with SCPH-1002 subtitles
    Download SCPH-101 [NTSC-U / C] , N / A stripped
    Download SCPH-102A [PAL] with subtitles SCPH-1002
    Download SCPH-102B [PAL] split from SCPH-1002
    SCPH-102C [?] Download removed from N / A

    Sony PlayStation 1 BIOS Proven in PlayStation 2.
    Download SCPH-18000 [NTSC-J] from N / A

    BIOS Development PlayStation
    Percentage associated with all changes fetched from PlayStation BIOS (6/14):

    download bios scph1002.bin

    Still missing: DTL-H1000, 1000, 1001, 1001, 1100, 1002, 1101, 1102, 1200, 1201, 1202, 2000, 2500, 2700, 3000, 3001 and 3002.

    Debug BIOS:
    Download DTL-H1001 [NTSC-U / C] which was destroyed by SCPH-1002
    Download DTL-H1101 [NTSC-U / C] which was posted next to SCPH-1002
    DTL-H1202 [PAL] [/ url] download from Aspireone45

    BIOS Net Yaroze:
    Download DTL-H3000 [NTSC-J] , empty – N / A
    DTL-H3002 [PAL] N / A cleared

    Sony Development Board BIOS:
    Download DTL-H2000 which has now been removed by Shadow (thanks to Shane McRetro)

    A collection of different PSX BIOSes that have been removed by different people.
    If you want bios – I’ll tryth trash can. We can help you clarify this if you ask.
    If you find any individual problems or if the link is under control, let me know as soon as possible and I will fix it.

    download bios scph1002.bin

    SCPH-xxx0 = NTSC-J Compliant (Japan)
    scph-xxx1 NTSC-U / C (USA, Canada, Brazil, and part of South America)
    SCPH-xxx2 = PAL (UK, Spain, France, most of Europe and Australia)

    Development Console: SCPH-5502 combined with 8MB RAM, MM3 modchip, PAL 60 color modification (for NTSC), PSIO breakout board, DB-9 connector for RGB and serial output, and Xplorer with CAETLA 0.34.


    PlayStation development PC: Windows 98 SE, Pentium 3400 MHz, 128MB SDRAM, DTL-H2000, DTL-H2010, DTL-H201A, DTL-S2020 (with 4GB SCSI-2 hard drive), 21-inch Sony G420, device CD-R, 3.25 “and 5.25” floppy drives, ZIP 100 floppy drive and IBM M keyboard.