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  1. 3 points
    Remembering back to when I purchased my first Xecuter 3 mod chip, I was annoyed to discover the bank switch did not come with it. Payed the price for getting a used one, or at least making sure it came with everything. I looked all over to see if someone could help me jumper connections so I could use the different banks available to no avail. Finally I bought one new, which is not a choice nowadays. So I am dissecting switches and making schematics for each, starting with the most popular Xecuter 3. I have already mapped out the Xecuter 2.2 Pro and Xecuter 2.3b and will make a .jpg for them as well. Not being familiar with the programs used to edit pictures and make these, it took me 3 times as long to make this one schematic than it took me to test and map it out. I'm saying this in hopes I won't get flamed for poor work, I just want to help. Let me know what you think.
  2. 3 points
    Here is another pack of skins some of this stuff in this pack was added by SPPV on xboxhq.com so big shout out to him anyway enjoy the download. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Hk7KdwPZOoF2eyRQA2HiPODqZ1cOqp-q
  3. 2 points
    You will need to edit the surreal.ini and add 4 lines ( enter 4 times ) after the first comments= line. the next update to emustation will has this fixed, as it was hard coded to look on line 20. The new version just scans the file for what I need.
  4. 2 points
    I haven't seen many people post information about XCM shells, which some are mislead or mixed up between Ghost Cases, so I'll try to clear that up here with information I've gathered over the years. . XCM stands for (Xbox Custom Mods). Originally XCM started back in the glorified days modding Original Xbox and shortly moved to other Consoles. For those who are not familiar with XCM at all, XCM is a third party company that makes thirds party accessories and replacement cases for multiple game consoles (not just Xbox). They are still in production mainly for the newer generation consoles and handhelds but as for Original Xbox the shells are long out of production. So far in my years of collecting I've only encountered 5 shell variations that XCM produced years ago. Many have tried to have the company reproduce the shells as well as suggestions for different colors other than the 5 variations and have failed so XCM shells still retain their value. Although the shells were probably equally manufactured ill list them in rarity based on my encounters an opinions. The shells are still made from cheaper plastic from the original OEM shells but much higher quality than ghost Case Shells. Finding an XCM shell in worthy condition (Not cracked or Yellowed) is hard to find nowadays and can fetch for a high price. This is when I bought a brand new Red XCM back in the day, It's the best way I can show a parts list right out of the box. (Junkie Cheap Controller and bag of parts Not included) LOL #1 XCM Crystal Ruby Red Edition The beloved transparent Crystal Red XCM shell. This shell is literally the most sought after shell out of the 4 other variations mainly of course for the elegant ruby color. Microsoft never made crystal red limited editions so having a modded red console sticks out in any Xbox collection. Through the years I have seen this console shell pop up new in box like 4-5 times and personally I've owned about 4 of these myself which were sold off to new owners. The shell was a full body set with everything you need to dress the console. (Red Top, Face plate and Bottom Shell, Signature XCM DVD Red bezel, Red eject/power buttons fitted with a red ring, signature clear jewel showing "XCM Crystal" on it and 4 spongy pads for the feet) #2 XCM Crystal Clear/Transparent Edition This XCM shell matches Microsoft's original limited edition crystal shell. These shells in particular looked amazing with an Xecuter's Crystal Control Panel giving your Xbox an all decked out look with nothing retail. I've encountered a few people who have owned these shells but never in perfect shape. I managed to find two of them brand new in the wild and lots cracked, broken or missing the correct parts. Due to the type of plastic degrade yellowing can occur which can maybe be fixed with RetroBright or something.? People have used these for Painting... I know a crystal Orange or Green XCM would be unique but if your shell is in perfect condition it puts a pain in a collectors heart. Set comes with (Clear Top, Face plate and Bottom Shell, Signature XCM DVD Clear bezel, Clear eject/power buttons fitted with a Clear ring, signature clear jewel showing "XCM Crystal" on it and 4 spongy pads for the feet) #3 XCM Crystal Sapphire Blue Edition This shell is a matching of Microsoft's Halo 2 Ice Blue Limited Edition Console. These shells are bad ass fitted with a Blue Xecuter Control Panel, I have found only one in the wild brand new, only a set few used throughout the Xbox forums and I have only owned two of these. I believe back in the day these shells were sought after big time because of it being a cheaper option than buying a Ice Blue Limited Edition. This set comes with (Blue Top, Face plate and Bottom Shell, Signature XCM DVD bezel, Blue eject/power buttons fitted with a Blue ring, signature clear jewel showing "XCM Crystal" on it and 4 spongy pads for the feet) #4 XCM Crystal Pure White Edition This glacial white shell matches Microsoft's very rare limited edition pure white 2nd anniversary console. I have not found even one of these brand new in the wild and I've only owned one. These shells are made of a pure white plastic that may look painted but also can suffer yellowing over time Like the Panzer Dragoon Limited Edition. This console comes with (White Top, Face plate and Bottom Shell, Signature XCM DVD bezel, White eject/power buttons fitted with a Clear ring, signature clear jewel showing "XCM Crystal" on it and 4 spongy pads for the feet). #5 XCM Crystal Silver Edition. Unlike the other XCM's this one is painted but painted by XCM themselves. I've owned 1 & 1/2 of one of these. During my hunting days I've only came across two of these shells, one with the Jewel Drilled out and missing the correct eject/power buttons. and this one here above which is near mint condition. There's not much information on these but doubtfully less appeasing to the eyes. I'm not sure why XCM went the silver route but I think they were attempting a chrome like look but in my theory I'd say this one is the hardest to find due to the lack of interest on it and the assumption that it was a crystal XCM shell not custom painted by XCM.
  5. 2 points
    Picked up a $5 Xbox off of local buy and sell site in Ontario Canada. Got the Xbox working notice it had a modchip got the modchip working it was a xenium chip.. when I was in the mod chip options I noticed that there was a bunch of skins five in total. I contacted a few of my friends who told me that these are very hard to come across some may even say rare. So now I upload to everyone in the forms here. Please download and enjoy these beautiful hard to find skins. And please share and pass these around. Use 7-Zip to unzip Thank u Frank
  6. 2 points
    Yes, I have a file called "XBMC_Icon_Mega_pack.rar" that has all of that stuff in there. its a huge collection with multiple banners for some items. it's 736mb. I guess the upload limit at this site is only 100 so i'll throw it in my google drive for ya. Link will be active for a minimum of 1 month and i wont delete until i need the space. Hope this helps!! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XK9QmkVWpX03tWpnRt1dFN9fuBfICjQd/view?usp=sharing
  7. 2 points
    Wow definitely got me beat with my XBOX collection. I find allot of the games I need from spindles without cases. Now over 50 or so of my cases are at my parents home. All those empty spots are games I have sold to buy a game that a eBay leach was selling.
  8. 1 point
    No problem bro, I help when I can. I have set up a whole lot of Xboxes, but every configuration yields different results. good luck and post up what you figure out so others know
  9. 1 point
    Px HD Loader v1.3 download is available here . Many more Xbox modding apps available on that site too.
  10. 1 point
    No additional benefits using the Aladdin XT plus 2 as it only holds 1 BIOS. However, they can be modified by reprogramming the CPLD (Lattice LC4032 chip with a JTAG programmer) and swapping out the 49LF020 (256KB = 2Mbit flash) with a 49LF080 (1MByte = 8Mbit flash). Install the XBlastOS (256KB) and have 2 additional software selectable BIOS banks: 1 - 256KB and 1 - 512KB. https://assemblergames.com/threads/mod-aladdin-xblast.55068/
  11. 1 point
    Delete all the files on the X, Y and Z drives - game cached content.
  12. 1 point
    First, determine which version you have? If it's a 1.0-1.5 open it up, remove the clock cap, clean off the leaked residue with isopropyl alcohol and cotton swaps. Repair any trace damage if the console acts strange when trying to power it on and/or ejecting the DVD tray. Then, softmod or hardmod it.
  13. 1 point
    XCM Consoles XCM Pure White Parts List Xecuter 3 Purple Mod chip Xecuter 3 Halo Green Pro switch V1.0 Motherboard (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM Delta Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 500 GB HDD White Controller Port LED's White/Red Power/Eject LED XCM Chrome Silver Parts List Xecuter 3 Purple Mod chip V1.0 Motherboard (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM Foxlink Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 500 GB HDD Red Controller Port LED's White/Red Power/Eject LED XCM Crystal Clear Parts List Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip Xecuter 3 Crystal Pro Switch V1.6 Motherboard (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM Delta Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 500 GB HDD RGB Controller Port LED's RGB Power/Eject LED RGB Under Glow LED Bars XCM Sapphire Blue Parts List Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip V1.6 Motherboard (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM Delta Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 500 GB HDD Blue Controller Port LED's Blue/Red Power/Eject LED Blue Under Glow LED Bars XCM Ruby Red Parts List Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip Xecuter 3 Black Pro Switch V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation) Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) + MS DVD Dongle (Menu + On/Off Remote Control) Fox Link Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 2 TB HDD Red Controller Port LED's Red/White Power/Eject LED Red Under Glow LED Bars Red LED Jewel Xecuter Consoles Skeleton Black Limited Edition Parts List Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip Xecuter 3 Black Control Panel V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation) Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) (On/Off Remote Control) Fox Link Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 2 TB HDD White Controller Port LED's White/Red Power/Eject LED White LED Jewel Crystal Clear Limited Edition Parts List Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip Xecuter 3 Crystal Clear Control Panel V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation) Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) (On/Off Remote Control) Delta Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 2 TB HDD RGB Controller Port LED's RGB Power/Eject LED RGB LED Jewel Debug Green Special Edition Parts List (Electronic Arts Debug Shell) Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip Xecuter 3 Crystal Green Control Panel V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation) Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) (On/Off Remote Control) Delta Link Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 2 TB HDD Green Controller Port LED's Green/Red Power/Eject LED Green LED Jewel Dead or Alive Ultimate Limited Edition Parts List Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip Xecuter 3 Crystal Blue Control Panel V1.1 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (N64 Freak) 1.4ghz/128mb RAM + Speed Switch Adapter PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation) Xerc 2 XE Microchip (N64 Freak) (On/Off Remote Control) Minebea Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive 2 TB HDD Blue Controller Port LED's Blue/White Power/Eject LED Blue LED Jewel Mountain Dew Limited Edition Parts List V1.2 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM Fox Link Power Supply Samsung DVD Drive 500 GB HDD Green Controller Port LED's Green/White Power/Eject LED Green Under Glow LED Bars Cyclone Red/Blue GPU Heatsink Asian Halo 2 Limited Edition Parts List (Frankenstein) Xecuter 3 CE Red/White Mod chip Xecuter 3 Black Control Panel V1.0 Motherboard + Xecuter 2 TSOP (Stock) 733mhz/64mb RAM PulseVU 2X Microchip (Audio LED Pulsation) Xerc 2 XE Microchip (Floydthebarber) + MS DVD Dongle (Menu + On/Off Remote Control) Fox Link Power Supply Hitachi LG DVD Drive x2 IceBerq 4 Pro LED Red/Blue Heatsinks GPU/CPU 5 Xtreme Extender + x4 Stock HDD (8 GB) 500 GB HDD Blue Controller Port LED's Blue/Red Power/Eject LED Blue LED Jewel Blue Under Glow LED Bars Xbox Controllers Top Row: Xtreme Enterprises Ruby Red NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons Transparent Red Thumb Sticks Transparent Red D-Pad 8 Red LED's Internally Installed Skeleton Black Limited edition NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons Transparent Smoke Thumb Sticks Transparent Smoke D-Pad 8 White LED's Internally Installed Halo Green Limited edition NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons Transparent Green Thumb Sticks Transparent Green D-Pad 8 Green LED's Internally Installed Bottom Row: Crystal Clear Limited edition NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons Transparent Clear Thumb Sticks Pink/White Thumb Stick LED Boards Transparent Clear D-Pad 8 RGB LED's Internally Installed Halo 2 Blue Limited edition (Black Gem) NTSC-J ABXY LED Modded Buttons Transparent Blue Thumb Sticks Blue/Red Thumb Stick LED Boards Transparent Blue D-Pad 8 Blue LED's Internally Installed Sparkling Grey Controllers (Japan Only) Stock (Untouched)
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    I have done this quite a few times. I remove the heat sink that has the fan, and replace it with a heat sink from later revision Xboxes. Temps are about the same, but now they do not have a noisy fan consuming energy, just waiting to stop working. I recommend everyone with a v1.0 to replace them. I would not just remove the fan and use it though, the 1.1 heat sink does not cool enough without the fan. I have heat sinks if you want one, just pay shipping and its yours.
  16. 1 point
    Thank you - these skins are getting hard to find anymore.
  17. 1 point
    You're not the only noob.
  18. 1 point
    Ok, everyone after years of working on this skin I am finally able to upload, thanks to Blake's new FTP repository. This skin was originally created by Dark Noir of EmuXtras.net. I'd say it's been 7 years in the making. After many years of revisions and no release, I asked him for the files and he handed them over with the tools to create the XMV. At the time only about 20 Xbox XMV movies were created so I spent all of 2015 creating the previews for almost every game. Each XMV preview video was a previously encoded WMV8 for optimum performance. After finishing up with 970 of the Xbox previews I decided to go back through them and correct/add text, and make sound adjustments, add better video to the preview box, etc.. The coolest thing about this skin is that we've basically tricked UnleashX to display a different video, box art, and background art - by tying them all together in one PiP full screen video. Plus there are added perks with the description of game (usually from the back of the box, or Wikipedia), numbers of players, System Link, etc. - basically all the info on the back of the box. (No more guess work with number of players when playing backups.) This skin has been optimized to display around 250 XBEs before the RAM runs out, which basically reboots the Xbox. I've heard that this is a natural limitation of the UnleashX app/dashboard. So keep this in mind when using the skin. If you have too many games, including the home screen videos, NONE will display. (Sidenote: I use XBMC as a dash if I'm packing more than 250 XBEs on the HDD.) With this skin, it's best to just put the BEST games, not the REST. Upload is currently underway. Please give feedback to the individual previews and I'll be happy to make changes. This skin is in 720 HD. So have your component cables ready or the description will be blurry. This skin is HD ONLY. I'm currently missing about 10 previews (for some obscure Japanese titles), but I'll create these when I get a chance to record video. Enjoy! Size of skin: 2 MB Size of videos: 18 GB XVGM (US).zip
  19. 1 point
    >im not even sure if your joking or serious lol.. No, it's been my plan all year, but I'm a busy person. Making copper heat sinks from solid castings shouldn't be difficult, especially if they're annealed first. I'm used to messing with hot metal and making stuff in my blacksmithing work. Most of the job would just be filing and polishing. I know this all doesn't help you but I'm just saying. I'm really curious how they'll perform. I've never seen modders try solid copper sinks, except those "iceberg" models I think. But those don't have a lot of mass that I can see.
  20. 1 point
    Hello I've seen people online who have upgraded the 72mm fan with a 80mm fan, mainly to keep it running silently. But does it keep the xbox cooler also? i have noticed some stuttering in some games, i already replaced the cooling paste. i have already thought that it probably is because of hardware limitations and that the games run as they were intended but it doesn't hurt to try and improve the cooling so that it surely isnt a heat problem. and is it possible to improve the heatsink? i have swapped my v1.2 with a V1.0, is the v1.2 "passive" heatsink better? is there a possibility to replace the cpu cooler with an aftermarket cooler? thanks
  21. 1 point
    emuxtras.net is where all of the developers of these emulators seem to hang out. It's been a great resource for me!
  22. 1 point
    You can just install the chip and manually delete the softmod, yes.
  23. 1 point
    Some people say yes, some people don’t think it’s enough to justify. Some people just like all of the pretty lights. I think I’m in the last group. But I haven’t done it YET, so once I do I’ll share my personal thoughts. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  24. 1 point
    Noob here. This thread is fascinating to me. I'm in the process of getting exposure to all this, and its helpful but confusing. I'm trying to bullet point the steps and procedures to modding an Xbox, to get my head around it. Would like to plan it out to avoid conflicts etc. Thanks to all for sharing your knowledge. What a sharp community here!
  25. 1 point
    Hi Guys. I received the Hyperkin HDMI cable today that I ordered a few days ago. Unfortunately it didn't perform any better than the Pound cable, in fact I think the Pound cable is better. I have five XBOXs; three v1.0s, one v1.3 and one v1.4. All of my XBOXs have the Conexant video encoder except for the v1.4 which has a Focus video encoder. Of the five systems I have, two of the v1.0s work well with the Pound cable and the Hyperkin cable, (no interference or noise in the signal). But with one of the v1.0s as well as the v1.3 and v1.4 there is noise and interference with both the Pound cable and the Hyperkin cable, although it's worse with the Hyperkin cable. Also, when I called Hyperkin today to discuss this with them and ultimately request a refund, they were quite rude. I had high hopes for this cable but was left very dissapointed. Just wanted to share this with everyone incase you were considering getting one. I wouldn't recommend it.
  26. 1 point
    Looks like everything I find nowadays is a dead link (sadly, not surprised)! . I have some really old ones saved for xbox games, but I''m missing the rest. (emulators, homebrew, ports) Anybody have those stashed somewhere?
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    I'm not in the UK but have played online with XLink Kai for many different games. You download and install the latest version of the XLink Kai software and install it. Create an account at the XLink website as it requires the client software to login to access one of the orbital servers to join a game in the arena section. XLink Kai is used for gameplay via a game's System Link section. The XBox and PC need to be on the same network. Both wired connections works best do not use wifi.
  30. 1 point
    Here is just a full set of original xbox trainers so enjoy. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uDFvudNygx4gigztawEsbteyiyDQk2n5
  31. 1 point
    Hey OG xbox I have a pack that I put together hope you guys enjoy. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1i3Nvs_-VXlnXJBjpBv5NxcnuQ7C5GM30
  32. 1 point
    Just quick intro: I bought the OG Xbox on Launch day and played it for years before falling out of the gaming world altogether. I recently got back into retro gaming mostly using RPi based systems but stumbled across this site and discovered that my beloved Xbox in the attic could be used for such amazing things! Thanks to all of you contributors that gave me a reason to dust it off and mod the crap out of it!
  33. 1 point
    Came across a beautiful selection of wiring diagrams for a bunch of commonly found mod chips. These images are in high-quality HD very easy to read can be downloaded and zoomed in to read perfectly. I am not the Creator of these pictures. The Creator is YouTube channel techno on top. This person normally does Xbox mods on YouTube. There's a video where he shows each of these pictures for 1 minute. I merely took a screenshot of each. Thought it would help out the community here. In any event I hope somebody could use these images. Please pass them around and enjoy Wiring Diagram More common Hardmod Chips.7z
  34. 1 point
    ending the lag on xbmc was worth it to me
  35. 1 point
    Your idea is a good one, but a new product would have to be developed to make it a reality, and given what would be needed, it would likely not be worth anybody’s time to do so. Current USB to IDE products on the market work in one direction only. That is, the IDE/SATA device that is connected to the adapter is accessible from the PC connected via USB at the other end. These devices do some translation between the IDE/SATA protocol, known as the ATA command set, to the protocol used for USB storage. In order for a USB drive to be used in an XBOX, you would need an adapter that does the opposite, and would likely need even more circuitry and chips to present a proper USB controller to the USB drive. You would almost certainly have to use this on a TSOP flashed, or chipped console as well, so that locking and unlocking of the drive is not a concern, since even if USB drives can be locked, they would likely use a protocol other than the ATA security commands to do so, and such a protocol may differ between USB drives, since I don’t think security locking is standard functionality for USB drives. My understanding may be incomplete or incorrect, so anybody else is welcome to correct me.
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    OXC-20180729T022232Z-001.zip heres all the board designs
  40. 1 point
    The black switch panel came as part of the X3 modchip purchase. Team Xecuter X3 Full Kit
  41. 1 point
    Know some of you, Send me messages if you have N64 comp questions. I'll check in now and then.
  42. 1 point
    I prefer mine lol
  43. 1 point
    Nice, been looking for a nice skin with XMV preview.
  44. 1 point
    This looks awesome. I've been away from the scene for many years so I'm looking at the new innovations, in particular for playing game backups and some light emulation. At the time XBMC was IT for media playback but of course over the years newer hardware has replaced this functionality for me as it is capable of playing modern (and HD) media that the OG Xbox cannot do. It's particularly nice that we can repurpose the XBMC code and optimise it for game playback and indexing. Fantastic work! Once I have my 1TB SATA drive all setup I'm going to give this a try. I'm having a little trouble getting stock XBMC (installed via the Hexen disc) to boot for some reason so I'll need to investigate.
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    I already have in my hands XCM Ruby and Crystal, i think the quality is very medium. I never pay so much for that.
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    Ive cloned about 7 drives using this product offline http://a.co/f5SsvbY Works great without any issues.
  49. 1 point
    Another StarTech device that's superior to other similar devices (vis-à-vis their IDE-to-SATA adapters for ogXbox HDD upgrades) so is their disk duplicator for Xbox HDD cloning. StarTech's duplicator docks perform sector-by-sector duplication not just partitioned filesystem/file copy duplication (although the latter method of duplication is said to be faster than sector-by-sector). Sounds like the Inateck FD2002 does the faster filesystem duplication, not sector-by-sector which doesn't work for embedded disk drive applications like cloning a 2TB SATA HDD for the Xbox console. Amazon StarTech.com 6Gbps USB 3.0/eSATA to 2.5-Inch/3.5-Inch SATA Hard Disk Drive/Solid State Drive Duplicator Dock (SDOCK2U33RE) StarTech sells 5 different devices so make sure the one you decide upon in fact does sector-by-sector duplication before buying. Another Startech dock with USB 2.0/eSATA connectivity is the StarTech.com SATA Hard Drive HDD Duplicator Dock - eSATA USB Hard Disk Drive Duplicator - 2.5 / 3.5-Inch Hard Drive Cloner on the same page linked above. Duplication method differences between SATA dual dock duplication stations mentioned here.
  50. 1 point
    @dark The password for the archive is "assemblergames" without the quotes of course! @Circular Pastry Didn't build it from scratch as i had the datasheet off the IC and most off the shematic in the MW9707AMR reference PDF. But yes i've recreated the soundcard for the alpha console/computer.

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