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  1. on point 3, if the old xbox was softmodded and your new xbox would essentially be running a custom bios then you may have to change the path that looks for evoxdash.xbe, ie the softmod drive may be set to e:\evoxdash.xbe and the hardmod bios may be looking for c:\evoxdash.xbe, you can either use a bios that allows you to change this or boot the console using a boot disk that has file explorer (ie AID) and physically move/copy the evoxdash.xbe file
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  2. Here for all of you a new version of HeXEn / TruHeXEn called Tru3HeXEn 2021. It is basicly TruHeXEn2020 without bugs (which I luckly FINALY was able to find and fix) and some changes. I added XBMC-Emustation and XBMC4Gamers to it (made it switchable for TSOP/CHIP/SOFTMOD) added UiX Lite, updated apps and dashboards, splitted the configs into softmod and tsop/chip, fixed the bios files, added more apps cleaned a hole lot of crap up, fixed more, made the ini & configs looking clean like they should, closed tags, made it a cleanby default installer, added a new BFM Bios, switched the de
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  3. In my view the best way is to fit modchip and use the OGXbox installer disk to setup the 1tb, 2tb or 3tb hard drive, you can then leave the HDD unlocked. But failing that use chimp to clone C and E partitions then use Xbpartitioner to setup F and G drives. 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. The MASTER password of the Samsung hard drive may be 32 lowercase t's. Drop into a shell from Chimp's menu. Two Linux commands are available to lock and unlock the hard drive: hdtool hdtool2 I believe they have a command line option, -h, to show help for usage. It's been a long time though since I used them. So, I could be wrong. And, hdparm can be used to display information about the hard drive: /sbin/hdparm -I /dev/hdb If you are technically savvy, look at the source code of Chimp's script that processes the display of the menu and execution of your
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  5. I messaged that seller about a fixed price and he said it's auction only. I'm watching it on eBay though and I'm tempted to submit a bid at the last minute if the price isn't too high. Thanks.
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  6. Finally found the time to test the Adapter PCBs i built to use an ATX Psu to power an Xbox. They are plug and play to easily switch between the original psu and an atx-psu.Might be usable for casemods or laptop builds. The adapter is built around the following basic schematic. It properly convert the Standby voltage from 5v to 3,3v and also shifts the power_ok and power_good signals to the correct levels. Also built a small version that can be used to build an extension cord style adapter to save some more space. Just let me know if you have
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  7. So the new psu arrived today, it's an Inter-Tech mini itx psu (model 88882190)This claims to output 5v at 12A and can supply up to 200w depending on the AC adapter.This should mean that no filter caps need to be removed as 12A is plenty when running without a dvd rom and using a 2.5" hdd. Will test as soon as my AC adapter arrives.
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  8. For any Debug Kit users who may be interested, the initial update adding the Developer Kit Menu to Easy-Build is now up! Currently it supports the following: • Transfer files to and from the console • Update the console with the 4400 XDK Launcher (Requires XDK Launcher of any kind already set up with xbdm.dll) • Shortcut to install the 4400 XDK • Pop-out console to run Xbox CLI tools (e.g xbmemdump.exe) • Reboot the console from Easy-Build • Launch a debug logging session • Launch Yelo Neigborhood for Functions that provides I will slowly add features and incorpora
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  9. Is the red/green 50% of each. Can you also try powering on the Xbox with both DVD and Hard drive disconnected. 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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  10. 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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  11. If you have an X3 modchip installed. Holding the power button for longer than a second color of the front panel bank select switch X3 logo backlight will be RED to indicate that the modchip is disabled - stock MS dashboard will boot. A quick tap of the power button will boot the X3's modified BIOS as selected by the front panel bank selection DIP switch settings - X3 logo backlight will be BLUE. It is not a controller button selection to be made. There was an old homebrew app you could load to do so. I find it very hard to get configured and working. Very unintutive to use.
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  12. How often do you need the MS dash? For me I only use the stock dash to load the TSOP flash files. In my view it's easier to boot the new dash by default and then load to MS dash as a app and you can cold boot a games disk to play a game from DVD Depending on the way you fitted the chip if the chip is wired to the power button you can boot with the chip disabled and that will load the stock bios. 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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  13. Hi Everyone! I'm Edge, I've been involved in various console scenes since 2001. I was a previous member on X-S and have to say OGX is the next incarnation with a wonderful sense of community, helpful users and great information. I'm honored to be here. I've been involved in a number of "preservation" scenes including Saturn, DC, and Gamecube and have done hobbyist development on a number of systems. Like many real life pulled me away from consoles, I had sold many of my modded consoles. My kiddo has gotten old enough now to take an interest in "retro" (retro to her at least haha) gam
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  14. Have you tried connecting an Xbox directly to your PC? Crossover cable probably not required with a modern NIC. Just set a static IP on both Xbox and PC. If the problem goes away, you can focus on looking closer at your home network setup.
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  15. On C drive there should be a file called ind-bios.cfg if you use FTP to copy to a PC you can edit it and then replace it back on the Xbox. Right down the bottom of that file you will see 4 lines of text like this. "DASH1=\Device\Harddisk0\Partition2\evoxdash.xbe" "DASH2=\Device\Harddisk0\Partition1\Dash\UnleashX\unleashx.xbe" "DASH3=\Device\Harddisk0\Partition1\Dash\EvolutionX\evoxdash.xbe" "DEFAULTXBE=\Device\CdRom0\default.xbe" Edit it to this as this will set the 1st boot dash to xbmc on E drive, DASH1=\Device\Harddisk0\Partition1\xbmc\default.xbe
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  16. E-DA from eBay. I have an Ender3 and have a lot of filament, some of the expensive stuff and some from companies who make printers. This stuff being the cheapest I have ever bought I just though might be good enough for prototyping and things that I wanted quick etc. Turns out that it prints really nicely and has a really smooth finish, and the colours are crisp. Also bonus works using the same setting the really expensive stuff I have uses. I ended up buying several rolls and will buy more once I run out.
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  17. What dash are you planning to using? And what BIOS as Ind and X2 need a config file. My xbmc4gamers C drive looks like this My E drive looks like this All the games and emulators are on F and G drives 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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  18. Hello, I just used artwork installer v.1.9.4 There is an emulator part that I hadn't seen at the beginning ... I'm new to XBMC4GAMERS, sorry ...
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  19. I flashed bios using the one you posted and that didn't need changing to bios.bin so I concur.
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  20. You can flash the Hynix TSOP with the EvoX flasher ( 2.2.3.2. Flash iND Bios (1.0 - 1.4) )
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  21. Did you make a folder named BIOS in the root of C drive and put the bios file in there named as bios.bin ?
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  22. All the HDMI conversions out there with the exception of the MakeMHZ and the Citrus3000psi versions are just a component to HDMI converter the difference is 2 of them use digital audio and a better conversion chip (N64 Freak, Chimerc systems) and the rest are a basic RGB with analog audio to HDMI (Wii2HDMI). 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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  23. load Xbpartitioner again and press A you should see the figures on 6,7 change then press start. What BIOS are you using? 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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  24. Because we still have this "no one talks about" thing going on outside and the fact that, I'm bored because of that, I worked a bit on the Installer. I added, changed and fixed things here and there and here she is the new version with some nice little thing no one will ever need. ;) Have fun (DL link to the usual folders below). Peace! ******************************************************************************** *************************** OGXBox Installer 2021 *************************** ************************************************************
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  25. You run the Phoenix BIOS Loader (PBL) to switch BIOS/kernels that run from RAM. You use BFM BIOSes with PBL.
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  26. Usually you don't need to. When your Xbox is softmodded, it boots up and tries to load the original Xbox dashboard, which then loads the exploit, which then loads your Dashloader app, which then loads XBMC. When using a custom BIOS (by either TSOP flashing or using a modchip), you're basically skipping the process and just booting up directly into your dashboard of choice (XBMC for example). But your Xbox won't really care that the softmod is there or not. I'm not familiar with that 'softmodding tool 1.1.7' disc. It might have BIOS flashing apps on it, but I'm not sure. Hexen can flash
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  27. @sweetdarkdestiny I have uploaded both packages to my OneDrive repository at https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao7Z5kIDEKUmguAP8ELOjH_Pf6PCDw?e=IXt0V0 The two images can be found under Auto Installers > TruHeXEn 2020 TruFixed Let me know if you don't want me to host it, and I will take it down immediately.
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  28. On the 1.6 I am putting together at the moment it has the EvoxM8 with DVD check, Animation,Trade mark, Splash logo, Evox logo all disabled and the IGR set to more compatible with the 1st dash set as E:xbmc\default.xbe (xbmc4gamers location) With a 500 gb IDE full about 30 seconds to fully load xbmc4gamers With a 500 gb sata full about 17 seconds to fully load xbmc4gamers With a 3 tb sata 60% full about 23 seconds to fully load xbmc4gamers That's using a chinese Sata to IDE and a 40 way ide cable and it was no quicker with a 80 way IDE cable. The other 2 BIOS's can be
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  29. lol, i like this quote more than the last one
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  30. Hi antonic901 Here it my 50 cents worth. When I do ram upgrades I use a Modchip fitted with Xblast on it as you can then boot a main board without a DVD or Hard drive connected. As you fit each chip boot to the Xblast mod chip and test the ram chip and if it fails go over your work and test again DO NOT fit the next chip until the current chip passes. If you have not used a SMD rework station before you are better off using a soldering iron and DO NOT forget Flux is a better friend than your Wife/Girlfriend/Lover when it comes to soldering 100 pin IC's And if you have not
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  31. The Xbox's Temperature Sensors There is no GPU temperature sensor. The CPU has a diode temp sensor tied to the ADM1032 near the MCPX which also has an internal sensor to measure its ambient air temperature. The temperature sensor chip is located at U6F1 nearer to the MCPX chip than the GPU. Not sure why it ever got labeled as the GPU temp - most likely an expectation of the dev teams working on the Xbox during the original modding scene days as the CPU has one - but after further investigation knowing it was not the GPU's temp but never changed in some software stating what the temp ac
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  32. These are the steps for loading an ISO game using XBMC4Gamers... you will also need this: Bios-Virtual-Disc-Patcher-Loader https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SaUZP528wMJFkDfswOgpHvhmLwGu98sq Heres the mini guide (Originlly provided by Rocky5) 1. Transfer iso from PC to xbox F:games\ or G:\games 2. Copy folder "Bios Virtual Disc Patcher" to root of C:\ 3. Copy folder "Bios Virtual Disc Patcher Loader" and "reboot xbe" to E:\apps\ 4. Run "XISO to HDD script" and select F:\games or G:\games (where ever you placed your ISO's) and pick ok 5. Then head
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  33. The X3 modchip can have other BIOS's flashed to it and you can selectively boot one of them from the X3 Config Live menu. When powering on the Xbox, hold the white button until the X3 Config Live menu appears and use the BIOS menu to select a different bank to boot one of the supported BIOS's. P.S. I use M8plus BIOS myself. I've not tested the iND-BiOS 5003, X2 4981 or X2 5035 BIOSes..
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