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  2. What happens if you try and power on the Xbox with the modchip unplugged from the main board? It should boot to the MS dash display a error message on the screen I suspect the switches are not in the correct position try sw1 ,4 down and 2,3 up. Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
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  4. Modified XBox done in 2003-2004. I had my XBox modified in 2003-2004 with a new hard drive and fan installed that allowed me to play every game made up to that time from Nintendo,Sega, so on and so on. Trying to get it back up and running but it’s still doing the same thing it started to do back in 2006. I have a separate circuit and toggle switch on the outside that would allow me to play regular Xbox games and then I would turn on the toggle switch to play off the added hard drive. Now all it does is power on and off before just turning the on button red! Anybody remember modifying
  5. I purchased a 40 watt weller solder iron, some 60/40 solder, desoldering braid and liquid rosin flux. I practiced soldering and desoldering on a bad computer motherboard. I then soldered a ethernet wire to bridge the gaps but had difficulty with the pin hole point of the trace and could not get the wire to hold. The silver plate point was soldered but when desoldering it came off I was trying to put a new wire in that was better tinned. I figured the wire must of been to big. Now I have two damaged points. Could I back track further and solder from point near R3G4 the top of the board to
  6. I’m in the same situation. Modified XBox done in 2003-2004. I had my XBox modified in 2003-2004 with a new hard drive and fan installed that allowed me to play every game made up to that time from Nintendo,Sega, so on and so on. Trying to get it back up and running but it’s still doing the same thing it started to do back in 2006. I have a separate circuit and toggle switch on the outside that would allow me to play regular Xbox games and then I would turn on the toggle switch to play off the added hard drive. Now all it does is power on and off before just turning the on bu
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  8. I have no problem downloading the file. Not sure what to say.
  9. See: https://www.s-config.com/xbcd-original-xbox-controllers-win10/
  10. Check the language set for the console. Run the stock MS dashboarad and go to Settings -> Language.
  11. you have a ide 80 pin or ide origin 40pin I already had this problem and this is the ide cable which had to be changed for 80 pin more stable and faster and less chance of corruption or loss of data.
  12. Hello, i have 2 xbox, my xbox 1.2 2003 and i have one xbox 2004 1.6 my xbox 2004 is with xbmc4gamer with c shadows and my 2003 xbox is with xbmc4gamer without c shadows, rocky 5 recognize my 2003 as hardmode but is not a flash tsop is stock. My xbox 2003 read game pal in french and my xbox 2004 with the same satting dont read game pal in french but certain games in ntsc read in french. I have all try but the difference with 2 xbox is the c-shadows, the problem must comes from there. in the dashboard microsoft is french setting and on xbmc4gamer pal french france et read game in pal-60. In
  13. You are correct about the ind-bios not being compatible with 1.6 consoles. However, the hard mod version of the dashboarder is in that archive. The BIOS is not required to use it. The dashboarder Xbox executable (evoxdash.xbe) and it's configuration files folder (dashloader) go to the root of the C drive. Edit: When not using the ind-bios, make sure there is no C:\ind-bios.cfg file present on the hard drive. Edit 2: For me, booting the X3 Build 3294 BIOS gets stuck in a boot loop because this version of the dashloader also tries to apply the XISO mounting hooks to the i
  14. You can also load a debug BFM BIOS to change your console from a retail device into an Xbox Debug Kit. Operation of a retail console as a debug kit works better if it has an additional 64MBs of RAM added (v1.0-1.4 consoles only) bringing in par with a Debug Kit's 128MBs of RAM. I'm not exactly sure how limited a retail console is when being used as a debug kit with the stock 64MBs of RAM.
  15. wired ogXbox controller (old and new versions)
  16. ind-BIOS 5004.06 is another one to stay away from. It’s known to brick and it happened to me.
  17. Hi! I was in my early twenties when the Xbox launched, and have always been a keen gamer. I always used to watch The Big Breakfast before work and remember 'Ben the Boffin' doing a bit of a special on the new system. A friend picked one up on pre-order, and after a weekend playing Halo I had decided to pick one up too. A great system and the spiritual successor to my beloved Dreamcast. Back then each new console seemed like a huge leap in graphics and they were exciting times in gaming. Fast-forwarding through the GameCube and Xbox 360, I got out of console gaming and veered off in
  18. Seems the file donwload crashes for me everytime I try, and then for 10mn after it says I'm not allowed to download the file Then it crashes again after a few ko transfered...
  19. Hmmm now I've enabled Fast Game Parsing and the UI stays stuck on 'Loading' with the animation in the top left... even after rebooting the console I can here the HDD working from time to time though, and I have close to 1000 games (all with their artwork) but is it normal ? EDIT: Ok it seems this feature is not compatible with using subfolers for games (I sort them by genre like that)
  20. HDShadow

    Bios reflash

    Whilst not messing with default main dash path and making sure the D:\default.xbe is written in (some Evox BIOS sources forgot to do that) in the BIOS installed by HeXEn the main dash path are not as shown in that EVTool shot. This is the actual BIOS from HexEN 2018 open in the EVTool:- My point is that unless you used HeXEn 2018 to install your main dash, and with it a load of stuff you do not need, the 2nd and 3rd paths shown are redundant. By default Evox M8+ will load the C:\evoxdash.xbe first, pretty standard for all hardmods, and if none of the others are found it wil
  21. I have seen a few Philips DVD drive with trace corrosion around the the via points, By removing the case the board has untwisted and making a temporary connections. I would fit a mod chip and then flasha no DVD bios and toss the Philips DVD in the trash and 3D print a bracket to hold the DVD door or at least unplug it Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  22. I have my xbmc4gmers on e:xbmc4gamers Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  23. Yes and it is completely gone (laser doesn't move or light up), it originally had a Samsung but I moved it on my V1.1 that you guys just helped me to TSOPed. Now I really cannot understand why if I remove the bottom metal plate from the Philps DVD drive the console boots way faster!
  24. Yes it is. Well good news, it turned out I had another in F:, replacing this one worked, and this seem to be mine/ I seem to have lost some customisation though, I'll have to check, and try to update urldownloader again I guess I'll come back if I need any further help ! Thank you again !!
  25. Is Xbmc4Gamers your default dash? Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  26. OK just did that and copied it over my seemingly installation in E:\Apps\XBMC4Gamers Unfortunately I still have the exact same error on next boot
  27. Has it got a Philips DVD drive? Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  28. If you go to Rocky5s github you can down load a prebuilt version to FTP to your Xbox Download Prebuilt versions: Download XBMC4Gamers Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
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