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  1. I dont know if this has been put up on here before, but i came across this during my quest to fix a v1.2 xbox that wont boot. I have at some point managed to bork the hard drive during this quest Any how this webpage shows how to read an eeprom from an xbox using a Pi and a pin header normally used for mounting modchips in an xbox.. I have installed the program on my pi and got everything ready, just waiting for my header wires to arrive and then im goin to give it a go. My thinking is if i can read the xeeprom i can then use xboxhdm2.3usb to rebuild the hard drive and install a softmod. Then hopefully this bastard will boot again Heres the link .... http://icode4.coffee/?p=22
  2. I'm an old school modder from the original days. Getting back into it after a buddy asked me to fix and revamp his two consoles. I was an xecuter fanboy and used their chips exclusively along with TSOP flashing X2 bioses. It's pretty awesome to see a forum that is still active.
  3. This site seems like a good resource, I have modded OG xboxs back in the day and have modded a few more recently, It's nice to see a active community for this.
  4. Hi From Canada

    Hi guys, new member.
  5. Hi From Germany

    Hey guys, still running my old Xbox to feed my Arcade Cab through Jamma connector. Runs great... but I am looking to get one with more RAM and Power to support a couple more games. Still want to hold onto the Xbox rather than switching onto a new system due to the great connectivity with my Cab and the CRT. Would be nice to have a backup box to ad. Guess I'll need to start to chat with N64Freak very soon Thanks for having me. Cheers, Dan
  6. Hi, I have two xboxes collecting dust for a few years, first one modded the hard way using a LOT of wires soldered to the main board and a second one using a evox modchp. Since my kids are starting to show some interests for classic games I thought I would do my part as a responsible father and support them the best way I can :-) Since I have not been part of the org xbox scene for quite some time I need to catch up..a lot! Cheers, Johan
  7. Hello From France

    Hello everybody .
  8. Hello From the Uk

    hi everyone , have just back into original xbox again ,modded my first xbox last week all going well so far.
  9. Hi All My user name SS_Dave reflects the car I had at the time I was thinking of a nick name and my name. I have been doing basic repairs and mods to the original Xbox's since their release and at one stage I would get at least 1 or 2 Xbox’s a week to be modded and or upgraded HDD fitted in my spare room. I would get machine’s that owners had tried to mod to get going as a lot of other modders would not touch a already opened box and I would have a 95% success rate of getting it running again. I did get a lot of untouched boxes as well. I also used to keep some Hdd's in stock (In the beginning 120gig was the most common due to the cost) for upgrades as well the owner didn’t have to wait for a delivery from interstate computer parts suppliers. Dr Google lead me here while looking for Xbox info and I hope to be able to help others in their quest to get there original Xbox's up and running. Cheers SS_Dave
  10. Upgrading From Softmod

    I've got a 1.6 that is already softmodded and hdd upgraded using JCRocky5s softmod and Chimp. I've got an Aladdin XT on the way and I want to upgrade as painlessly as possible. I'd like to keep my F&G partitions and my Dash/Saves/DLC. Can I just flash the bios and manually delete the softmod files or do I have to back stuff up, install and then reload the backups? Thanks.
  11. Hi all, glad to be here. I'm a long time games fan and recently decided to look into modding some of my old consoles.. Great community you have here and I look forward to learning more about how the Xbox works!
  12. Hello From Mi

    I just have fun doing standard mods and crazy mods.
  13. Hello From Australia

    hey everyone, my name is sash, back into the console and modding scene after many years, i have many modded consoles that have been sitting in storage, but no doubt the og xbox is my favorite, i have been doing a lot of catch up the past few months with what is new in the home brew side of things, and wow, i have missed years or progression, decided to open up one of 3 og xbox consoles today that i own, and no idea if it was tampered with or repaired in the past but the warranty stickers had been removed the other 2 i modded back in my younger days.. so this mystery xbox i believe is a version 1.0, with a mod chip installed that surprised me, the solder job looks like factory, its flawless and very neat, anyway when i boot up the unit xecuter 2 shows on the screen. did some research but not much info out there, it did play a back up game but thats as far as i got, seems to be very old, will be doing some more investigating into this in future.
  14. Hello From Pa

    Back into OG XBOX after a getting board with MAME and emulation on PC/PIE. OGX best couch experience for old school gaming.
  15. Hi there. I have few Xbox'es in my possession: - Crystal, - Translucent Green - Halo Limited - Black 1.1 @64mb RAM I'm looking for some info about modding because old tabs that I've had are now offline.
  16. Found my old modchipped xbox dusted in closet and now i have been working to put emulatorsl set past days, but then i found this site and JRockys xbmc4gamers skin which is really cool. Thanks for that hard work.
  17. Hi, Everyone This is Peter (from Singapore). I own a Xbox v1..1 for more than 16 years. It was dumpped for many years due to work and other PC games :-p As my kid is growing up 10 year old, who spend more time with iPad which is worse than watching TV and TV games. for her eyes, I decided to play Xbox with her. She showed great interest at Xbox, esp the Game title - HALO. Hence, I decided to explore more on Original Xbox again, which reminds me of the fun and interest in those old days. Peter
  18. ... looking to Update Beauty, and Softmod the other :).
  19. Hello From Canada

    Hello all. I am the proud owner of a v1 OG Xbox. I picked it up at a thrift store a couple weeks ago for $23 CDN taxes in. Didn't come with any accessories or cables but those were easy to find. I had never owned an Xbox previously so everything was all brand new to me. I managed to soft mod it the next day, but wanted more so upgraded to 40gb IDE that I had laying around but wanted more, TSOP'd it and upgraded the HD to a 200gb IDE. Fixed up a crystal S controller as the cord had a break it in. Added a white LED in it just because i thought it looked cooler. Glad to have found this great site. I'll lurk around and chime in from time to time.
  20. Just wanted to say hello and compliment on the awesome site! Modded my 1st Xbox back in 2006 and for the 1st time since then, I'm learning everything all over again! So many options - I love it!
  21. Hi From Norway!

    Hi! Just felt like getting into original Xbox modding and found this forum. And I just broke my first Xbox. Hopefully I will get better at soldering... Yoroshiku ne!
  22. Hello all! here is my Softmod Tutorial...! Originally made in 2006, uploaded to torrents, updated and reborn in 2018 as an OGXbox.com Exclusive! anywhore... its written in an easy to follow "noob-blog-style" just in case you are wondering why its so lame... UPDATING FILES FOR DOWNLOAD!! also additionally here are some essential xbox tools for modding/softmodding that are extremely hard to find these days due to most xbox scene sites and forums being dead. I have had them for over 12 years on a unused backup drive. UPDATING FILES FOR DOWNLOAD!! As always all files have been scanned for security threats by VirusTotal.com to rule out any contamination, with the exception of one false-positive in "Xplorer360 v0.9 Beta 6.zip". ** Keep in mind that these tools were made on and for xp/7 32bit windows, they may or may not work or work properly on 32 or 64 bit win 7/8/10, I recommend win xp/7 32bit virtual installation via VMware or virtualbox. Enjoy!
  23. I I am trying to delete Sid Meiers Pirates from my games folder. I have tried deleting it from FTP, it says Response: 550 CWD failed. "/F/Games/Sid Meier's Pirates!": directory not found. Error: Failed to retrieve directory listing. It still has an icon in XBMC. Any suggestions?
  24. Hello Folks, i just found this forum on google and I'm very happy, that the Xbox classic scene is still active! I recently dug out my xboxes and gathered a few new ones for modding purposes. I currently have 5 Xboxes, more to come All of them are modded, each in an individual style. Unfortunatly only one is case modded, that's something I plan for the other boxes too. Looking forward to have a good chat

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