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  1. Is it easy to remove just in case you didn't want to accidentally reflash the TSOP?
  2. Any particular reason you didn't TSOP them?
  3. Regarding temp you could use xbmc as your dash and just set a max temp so it doesn't overheat.
  4. So that's why I have never had one, doh!
  5. If you have a 2nd X3 chip and a multi meter you can try and bell them out and look for any differences and a potential short.
  6. A 1.4 and a 1.5 look the same. If there is no continuity between Pin 2 and ground it is a 1.5.
  7. Connect the ide cable, dvd drive, hdd and check again, if you still have a problem recheck the soldering for an unwanted bridging.
  8. Have a look in here. http://the-eye.eu/public/xbins/XBOX/PC Based Applications/bios tools/
  9. Just make sure the target path is e:
  10. When I am home next i’ll see if I have a copy.
  11. Yes, you will also need a .cfg file telling the xbox where to find xbmc4gamers
  12. Have you tried xbins?
  13. Give this a try. Look in unofficial. http://the-eye.eu/public/xbins/XBOX/Console Based Applications/bios/Xecuter/Xecuter2/MULTI_VERSION/
  14. You could connect your hdd to your pc and access the files that way.
  15. Checkout xbmcmoddforxbox google drive, there is a copy there.

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