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  1. Thanks! I'll check it out.
  2. I'm interested in having all of the Halo 2 multi player maps. I'm aware that a disk was released with maps and updates but learned that a couple of maps and updates came out after its release. Is there a way to still get those updates?
  3. harrytooth

    Fried Psu

    Thanks SS_Dave, I went ahead and ordered the correct PSU as well as a circa 2005 console just to be on the safe side of things.
  4. harrytooth

    Fried Psu

    I'm new to this kind of thing. What do I look for when trying to determine if the capacitors are blown?
  5. harrytooth

    Fried Psu

    Yup, that's the one.
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    Fried Psu

    Yeah, I didn't do very good research before I bought the the PSU I tried to get to work. Honestly after learning that there was a recall with the earlier PSUs and that the plug on the board is loose as a goose, I think I need to just get the correct PSU. I'm already having to use a transformer to run the console, and I just don't want to have to worry about it burning my house down. Thanks for the reply! Cheers!
  7. harrytooth

    Fried Psu

    Hey guys, I'm an American that has lived in Europe for 10+ years. When I initially came over, I brought along my original xbox console and had a lot of fun with it until I made the mistake of plugging the 110v system into a 220v outlet without a transformer... Dumb, I know but now I want to fix it. This console is a circa 2004 Halo Edition so it would be a real shame to toss it. I received a used PSU from Ebay (a Foxlink) and modified the plug in order for it to work following a great article from this forum : Thanks Xbox Admin, this article was really helpful. I unfortunately couldn't get the console to power on even though everything was hooked up. So my question is, does anyone know if the there's a possibility that I managed to damage the whole console beyond repair? Should I pull the trigger on another (and correct Delta PSU this time) to try fixing it again? If anyone has any advice I would love to hear it. Thanks!
  8. My broken console got me here as well as my love for retro games. I look forward to possibly getting to know some new folks and learning new things. Cheers!

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