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So there are some things I'm trying to figure out and having a hard time with, due to old, contradictory, or lack of info out there, and I'd greatly appreciate any thoughts. For reference, I have one each of v1.0 and v1.1, both with Xecuter 2.6 Lite chips. If caps require replacement (not the clock cap), are there any known to have special requirements for ripple or ESR? I'm thinking regular polymer electrolytic caps from Rubycon or Nichicon would be fine? Is there any reason to use FlashBIOS instead of XBlast? Assuming they're both stable, it looks like XBlast outright has more feat
is upgrading the hdd the main reason for doing a tsop flash/modchip? will a basic softmod allow me to ftp and install dlc and do basicly everything but upgrade the hdd?
We all know Rocky5's work on Chimp to update it and make it as user friendly as possible and it is but I'm still discovering a few new things about using it and Chimp in general which maybe useful. This all refers to something I was doing earlier today: trying to clone a softmodded retail HDD to a 2.5" 80GB IDE HDD I'd bought for an old that laptop that died before it was fitted. The thing has been sitting around for years factory sealed and as I had a spare Xbox I'd done little with except softmod it made sense to use it for that. Bought an 2.5" IDE to 3.5" adapter and a 3.5" bay ad
Hey guys, I’m new to the forum. Up til now I have only softmodded Xboxes, and it has been quite a while. I haven’t had an Xbox for the last couple years and I decided I miss them. So, I picked one up a couple days ago. It is v1.1 and have already softmodded it. I also picked up a 2TB HD, SATA adaptor, and 80 wire IDE cable. But I’m thinking that before putting the drive in, I’d like to try TSOP flashing it, then doing a clean install with HeXEn 2018. I have a small list of questions, hopefully I can get answered first. First, I read somewhere on here (I think under
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