Thanks for that informative post emu_kidid, I was not aware that it was encrypted on a hardware level!emu_kidid wrote: ↑Fri Nov 08, 2019 2:28 amThis is the latest version.Undead Sega wrote: ↑Fri Nov 08, 2019 12:07 amSo if I am correct guys, I'm guessing that this is the very latest version of the Qoob bios?
And like I asked previously, really out of curiosity, could this be theoretically flashed onto another IC chip and work? Or is there more to the bios in the ProASIC FPGA chip than meets the eye perhaps??
This is the PowerPC code that the chip will run - it is encrypted in a way that only the hardware can decode, if you figure it out then you can run it on something else, but why bother when there are newer things around like HyperBoot.
So the downloadable bios itself is encrypted, right?
Do we know if it's the ProASIC chip that does the decrypting? Or any of the other IC chips on the board perhaps?
HyperBoot is good, but there's no indication that it does functions for physical media, and if it works on the Panasonic Q.