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Good afternoon all (brief) thank you all for all your previous help in my endeavours This is more of a question and if it’s not possible then thats fine but google doesn’t understand my question i have 2 completely different XBOX’s a hard modded 1.0 and a 1.3 soft mod i would like to directly connect them together to transfer games over because I don’t have storage space or the time to FTP 500g of data on the original KODI XBMC you could enter a path in the file manager and directly connect to your PC server the Xbox file manager also has this server option. • Could I setup a master and slave operation where the receiving XBOX would have a normal FTP IP and the sending XBOX a static IP and be a host? I also have no idea how to do this lol but I would like to keep the 2 XBOX’s unique and not clone anything
Hello. I would like to have a folder on my PC with xbox games and I want to know if it is possible to connect my xbox via internet to the PC with some kind of internet browser and insert a ip or something and copy the xbox games from my PC to the Xbox. I have my console connected to the internet with ethernet cable. I know it is possible to connect both with crossover cable but I am talking if I have my PC on the living room and my xbox on my room. Thanks.
I've seen mods that replace the CPU and GPU heatsinks with fan heatsinks (like the Iceberq 4 Pros). I want to do the same thing to my console, but I'm not sure where I could connect them. I have a 1.0 motherboard, so I could use the original CPU fan connector to power one. But where do I power the other? I've seen people use the exhaust fan connector to power one of the fans. How is that done, while still being able to use the exhaust fan too? Could I safely use a 3 pin y splitter on the CPU fan connector to power both CPU and GPU fan heatsinks? Or if I wanted to use a 3 pin splitter for the exhaust fan and GPU fan heatsink, would that be safe as well? Also, I would like to install 2 sets of LED lights. One would be 2 pin and the other would be 4 pin. Where could I connect these to power them safely? Everything is 12 volt. And I would rather not do any soldering. If I have to solder, i would rather it be wire to wire soldering and not directly to PSU or motherboard.
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