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  1. Bought 3 yellows ones on eBay - all garbage - can someone tell me where to buy ones that actually work? Sitting in front if a modded 500gb SATA original Xbox that I can’t play on a bank holiday weekend is disappointing - any help greatly appreciated.
  2. Before today I did not even know there was such a thing as a push fit pin header. Doing a bit of researching about pin header installations I came across a video about just such a thing being used with a Raspberry Pi. Great idea I thought but wondering why nobody has ever suggested using one with the Xbox or perhaps actually fitted a chip using it rather than go through the messy and rather uncertain process of soldering in a pin header. If I'd known earlier I would have seriously considered trying this myself and maybe not lost a MB, which may have been faulty anyway, but my lousy s
  3. As I destroyed the pin header that came with the Aladdin chip and threw the remains away without thinking I want to buy a replacement but do not know what size pins are best suited for this use. Obviously double row, straight pins required (I assume the spacing is standard) but I'm surprised there is no common length for the pins - on Amazon/EBay etc there are a great mix of pin sizes ranging from under 10mm to 30mm long. What is recommended?
  4. i need a new pin header to use for installing my mod chip. can someone link a good one?
  5. Hello, does anybody have a part number for 12 pin 2 row male header for yellow cable connection ? Many years ago, I followed a tutorial thread that had a part number, but could not find it. Regards, David
  6. Does anybody out there know the spec of the pin headers needed for fitting modchips to the lpc port in an Xbox? I want to buy some spare pin headers mainly for connecting my eeprom reader but I also have a few chips with missing pin headers. Has anyone bought any and has a link to the correct size ones? Cheers
  7. Hi - I ordered a Star Tech IDE to SATA connector and have a spare 500GB SATA drive - will the IDE cable in the xbox work as it is a 500GB drive or will I need to invest in a 80 Pin cable?
  8. I can’t seem to find a clear answer anywhere. Do I remove the jumper pin from the sata HDD since the sata/ide adaptor has its own jumper pin selections? I just need to know the configuration so I can clone it using chimp. Any help would be appreciated thanks!
  9. pinheader_Install_Manual.pdf

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