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  1. Yes I'm using the power off button. I just tried what you told me and rebooting from xbmc and starting xbmc again the LCD stays on with the display all the time. Could it be something to do with paths and settings location?
  2. When I start XBMC with LCD enabled settings previously, the LCD screen shows info but then it goes off within like seconds. I then have to go back into system settings and re-enable the LCD again for it to come on. Using Openxenium with spi2par2019 and HD44780 LCD. Once re-enabled it stays on until I turn the xbox off but the same thing happens when I turn it back on again. I'm launching XMBC manually from the dash as I not choose to launch it automatically yet.
  3. So I've just completed my openxenium install along with spi2par2019 / LCD display and Segate 2TB HDD. There are 4 bio on the openxenium which are x2.5035.137 bin, IND-BIOS.5004.67.bin, evox.m8plus.v16.fc.137.bin and Retail Kernel. If I boot with the evox.m8plus.v16.fc.137.bin bios, the console hangs up on the xbox logo and the word microsoft when its trying to load the dash. If I reset the console by ejecting the disc and closing it, it reboots fine striaght into the dash. If I use either x2.5035.137.bin or IND-BIOS.5004.67.bin then console boots straight into the dash from the first time. I tried different HDD, different IDE2SATA adapter both chinese and StarTech ones with all giving the same problem. This leads to believe that the issue is with the evox bios. Any suggestions or idea, should I be using a different evox bios? HDD is formatted with extra G & F partitions, I resized the partions to a smaller size, restarted and then re-partitioned again to the correct size as suggested in a previous post.
  4. I got it working, I just soldered pin header between the spi2par2019 and the lcd, then wired the points to the open xenium just like Rezze diagram and it works.
  5. I'm about to install this spi2par2019 to use with my open xenium. I've soldered a single row pin header to the spi2par2019, can I solder the other side directly to the lcd screen? The reason I'm asking is that I can only see pictures of Rezze doing this while everone else seemed to use wires to connect to the LCD it self!!!!
  6. Having started with a soft mod, then TSPOP and finally installing an open xenium with the help of this great community I've decided to go to the next level. I've received the RAM below in the post today and just checking if this will be okay to use for upgrading to 128mb on one of my experement xbox's? I've also read somewhere that you can install one chip at a time and test it through the the one of the BIOS's that is specially made for this. Then I can continue to add more after each successful chip install!!!
  7. An update, so having tried this on two 1.6 xbox's and a third which was 1.2 to 1.5 I sent the open xenium back to the seller who've advised me that the IC CPLD had fried and sent me a replacement. I cannot tell how this happened specially with the first install attempt I used the LPC rebuild QSB. I've now installed the the replacement open xenium on 4 console that is 1.2 to 1.5 and it works perfectly fine. Thanks for your help everyone.
  8. yes, tries to boot 3 times then flashes red/green continuesly. If I remove the open xenium from the header pins it boots to stock dash
  9. Sorry for the mix up, yes it was 1.6 but I think I killed it. I've now tried again on another 1.6 and using 30awg wire to rebuild the lpc. Similar thing is happening, except if I remove the open xenium from the pin header the xbox boots onto stock bios.
  10. So upped the game and went from doing soft mod and tsop to installing my first open xenium on 1.4 XBOX but the xbox is fraggin with trying to boot 3 times before giving up and staying off (Red/Green blinking). Is there a diagram or way for me to check continuity from the motherboard and to the pins header to find which point not make contact either to the board it self or between the LPC rebulld board and the xbox board or trouble shoot this would be appricated??? EDIT: So before even the open xenium wasn't powering on, I tried to remove everything but it was pain so cleaned up and did the points again including the two I missed next to the header. Now the open xenium blinks red whenever the console tries to boot but quits after 3 attempts.
  11. Very odd indeed, I moved the sketch folder up one level. Open and recompiled few times, at first it gave the same error but now it's not giving it anymore.
  12. Thanks guys, downloaded this and ran it again, this time its giving me less and different errors but its saying its compiled. Is that good to go and upload or I'm still doing something wrong?
  13. May be I'm just been blind, is there a download link for the whole repositery? Everytime it gave me a different error, I copied the text of the missing file, pasted into note pad and created it but I cannot find a download for the whole files needed in one place!!!
  14. Got an open xenium board which I wanted to add LCD with when installing, already ordered daughter board for spi2par2019 and on its way through UPS. While waiting for this, I thought I'd compile and upload spi2par2019.ino to the Arduino Pro Micro Leonardo board I got but getting the following error towards the end of the compilation. C:\Users\amr\AppData\Local\Temp\cc9DUfI4.ltrans0.ltrans.o: In function `readSMBus(unsigned char, unsigned char, char*, unsigned char)': C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:474: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:474: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:474: undefined reference to `TwoWire::beginTransmission(unsigned char)' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:475: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:475: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:475: undefined reference to `TwoWire::write(unsigned char)' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:476: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:476: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:476: undefined reference to `TwoWire::endTransmission(unsigned char)' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:477: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:477: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:477: undefined reference to `TwoWire::requestFrom(unsigned char, unsigned char)' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:479: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:479: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:479: undefined reference to `TwoWire::read()' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:479: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:479: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:479: undefined reference to `TwoWire::read()' C:\Users\amr\AppData\Local\Temp\cc9DUfI4.ltrans0.ltrans.o: In function `setup': C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:94: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:94: undefined reference to `Wire' C:\Users\amr\Downloads\spi2par2019/spi2par2019.ino:94: undefined reference to `TwoWire::begin(int)' collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status exit status 1 Error compiling for board Arduino Leonardo.

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