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  1. anywhere to find xiso for azurik? I had one & its an iso image but was backed up improperly, it just shows up as a video of xbox game disc. please msg me if you have this might have something you need do a file swap
  2. More curious than want to put into practice but after I load a game from disk onto the Xbox Hard Drive, it might be nice to create an ISO as a backup if the game disk fails. I was thinking some kind of program on a PC connected via the network to the Xbox.
  3. Hello everyone, I recently bought an Xbox and on the first day I turned it on and it booted up fine. Days later I am now trying to turn it on again and nothing. No lights, no sounds. I have another Xbox and the cable works fine. What do I need to do to fix this issue!
  4. Another ridiculously priced piece of greatness is up for sale. Hopefully it's not someone from here. Original Xbox Employee Exclusive Xbox Live Launch Orange Controller https://www.ebay.com/i/253203888811 Sent from Outer Space
  5. i have a bunch of old videos on my xbox i want on my computer, but i don't know how to do it.. do i have to record it through a capture card or is it possible to take the hard-drive out and get the videos
  6. Hello again ogxbox.com. Many thanks to everyone who participated in the Soldier of Fortune II event last Saturday. Xbox Kai Fam has 2 more game nights planned for next weekend, A Europe timezone friendly event at 8:30pm CEST/7:30pm BST on Friday October 6th, and a ToCA Race Driver 3 event on Saturday October 7th at 8:30pm EDT. The game for the Friday event will likely be decided on the spot. ______________ ToCA Race Driver 3 ToCA Race Driver 3, also known as DTM Race Driver 3 and V8 Super Cars sports a massive amount of races you can do online, from GT to touring cars and dune buggys. The all-in-one racer isn't short of content. There are two modes of play, 'simulation' and 'pro-sim' which play completely differently. The game also supports AI racers online. Countdown Timer - https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/generic?iso=20171007T2030&p0=179&msg=ToCA+Race+Driver+3&font=sanserif Note: This game may corrupt sectors on your hard drive, even with the patch to get around the anti-piracy measures. While it is possible to play with the files ftp'd to the hard drive, it is recommended (if you don't have a working retail copy) you either burn a disc, or mount the iso on the hard drive using NKpatcher. From my personal experience, the corruption issue usually happens after 4-8 hours of play. Don't forget to join our discord server here:
  7. I'm interested to know once the original Xbox is modded what can can the king of emulation play?for movies what kind of movie formats can she play? For example MP4 Avi Etc. Also would be nice to know what kind of music and picture files will work with the original Xbox for example MP3? Wave? Jpeg? Either a list or a link would be great. I got a lot of cool stuff that can go on the Xbox and we all know how FTP speeds are..lol Thanks Frank
  8. I currently have an xbox I bought that was already soft modded several years ago. It has a 750 gig hard drive in it. I was wondering is it possible to clone the hard drive thats in it, then take the cloned drive and install it into another soft modded xbox? Is it possible lock the hard drive with the new eeprom from the 2nd softmoded xbox? trying to save a lot of time If I can do it this way...thanks
  9. Ever wanted to add a new D-pad to your controller? Probably not. But im still gonna show you how. Both methods are on an S-Controller. I haven't tested on a Duke or any other controller. If you wanna try then let me know how it goes. Tools/Materials You'll need for this mod Phillips Head screw driver mini Phillips head screw driver Regular D-pad from an xbox 360 Controller or A Transforming D-pad from a 360 Controller (Depending on which mod you wanna do) Needle Nose pliers or Wire cutters(For method 1) Dremel/Rotory tool Sanding Barrel and cutting disc for your Dremel. and 10-15 minutes of your time. PART A: Disassembly First you'll need to pull apart your controller. there are 7 Phillips head screws on the bottom, 1 is under the barcode sticker in the center. once removed you can pull the bottom part up and remove the internals. Once you have everything stripped from the top half of your shell you'll need your Mini Phillips head screw driver. remove the 2 screws holding your original d-pad in place and pop it out. Part B: Mod Method 1 Now take your new 360 d-pad and look at it . the one on the left is the original S D-pad. right is from the 360. You'll want to remove the locating tab on the right side using your cutting disc. Alternatively you can snap it off with a pair of needle nose pliers or even some wire cutters. Now pop it in and reassemble everything. Your done!! This mod isnt really for the Original colored D-pads (Grey or Black) But once done you can buy many different colored ones for the 360 controller. Great if you plan on painting your controller. Part C: Mod Method 2 First you'll need to pull apart your controller (Refer to Part A) Once taken apart you'll need to take your Dremel with the sanding barrel and remove the internal part of the d-pad mounting location. Go slow and take your time. Don't cut any deeper than whats in the picture. If you cut too deep you will ruin the controller. all you wanna do is cut/sand it down smooth to the cylinder wall.(If that makes sense) Now you'll need to flip your controller over, and put the new D-pad into place. You'll notice the locating pins are preventing it from going in. You'll want to take your cutting disc and cut notches in the Controller so the D-pad can go in. (I cut to vertical slices and then used my screw driver to snap the piece off) Not the cleanest way to do it, but it works. Once the notches are cut you should be able to put everything back together (Using the original Rubber insert for the d-pad) and you are done!! Enjoy your new Transforming D-Pad!
  10. I'd like to invite everyone on ogxbox.com to come play Soldier of Fortune II with my group this Saturday. We're starting at 8:30pm Eastern Time, and the game will be dual hosted on XLink Kai, in the Soldier of Fortune II arena, and XBSlink, on the xbslink.baseq.fr cloudlist.
  11. Just figured I would post it for reference. Not my work, Credit goes to deezp1 2 - bootldr - Eeprom check failed When you see this error most of the times you have flashed something wrong. Or you dropped solder on your eeprom chips. 4 - bootldr - Ram check failed Your Xbox ram chips are wasted. Maybe you dropped a little solder on it (try to remove it CAREFULLY!). Note, if they are fried, removing solder won't fix them). Maybe you were static when you touched the ram chips. They are kind off sensitive. If they are, they are fried, sell your xbox for spare parts. 5 - kernel - HDD not locked (The retail xbox bioses require the hd to be locked) When you upgrade your hard disk drive for one that is larger, you most of the times use a new hard drive that you bought in the shop. Now, when you put this hdd in your xbox and you try to boot up with your chip off. It gives you error 5. Why you ask? Well i will try to explain it simple. The original (also called "Retail") hard drive is locked by MS. Why did they lock the harddrive? Well if it wasn't it wouldve been more than easy (in the start of xbox hacking) for hackers to change content on it. Thats why MS locks it. It is just a security measure. This locking proces uses information thats on the motherboard. The "Lock" on a xbox hard drive contains information that is based on the harddrive itself and the motherboard it came with. One thing that makes this clear: You can not change a retail harddrive with another one from an other not modded xbox. With every xbox there is only ONE i repeat ONE compatible harddisk drive. That is, if they are locked. If you don't mod your xbox (tsop or modchips) you can not change harddrives. Not even from another xbox. However when your xbox IS modified you can change your harddisk for almost every other harddisk (thats UNLOCKED). This means that even when your xbox is modified, you can not just put another (retail) XBOX harddisk in your xbox. However some smart people made programs that can lock or unlock your xbox harddisk on the fly. So when does the error occur? The only time this error should occur is when you boot up your xbox in original mode AND you have a harddisk in your xbox that is not yet locked. So now you ask what do i have to do to make your xbox work again? Well the answer is pretty easy. Boot up your xbox with the chip on. Preferably with a slayer evo-x cd. Now you choose "Eeprom management." Than you choose: "Lock hdd." It takes one second. After its ready it should say something like "Done" When it is "Done" just turn off your xbox. Disable your chip and try to boot in original mode. Now there should be no more error 5. 6 - kernel - Cannot unlock HDD If you understand the above, you should be able to understand what this means. It means you are trying to boot up the xbox with an harddisk that is locked in combination with ANOTHER motherboard than you are using it with right now. What can i do about it, you ask? Well place the harddisk back in the xbox where it came from. After that, UNLOCK the harddisk with the same procedure i explained above (see error 5). Now when the harddisk is UNLOCKED, put it in the xbox which gave you the error. Now when you boot up with the chip ON it should not give you an error anymore. However when you put the xbox on with the chip OFF your xbox will give you an error. (error 5) So to make sure you can boot original and boot with the chip ON. Next do the same as above: "Boot up your xbox with the chip on. Preferrably with a slayer evo-x cd. Now you choose "Eeprom management." Than you choose: "Lock hdd." It takes one second. After its ready it should say something like "Done" When it is ready just turn off your xbox. Disable your chip and try to boot original. Now there should be no more error. 7 - kernel - HDD timeout Most of the times, the IDE cable is not properly connected when you see this error. Please reattach the ide cable. Not only to the harddisk drive but also to the dvd drive. ALso try to reconnect the ide cable to the motherboard. Press pretty hard so it goes all the way in. Make sure it is seated straight and proper in the drives and the motherboard. If you still have an error 7. Try another ide cable. If that won't work try another harddisk. If there is still no go, try to set the jumpers on the rearside of the harddisk drive. Set it to master or cable select. If still no succes, good luck and sell your xbox to me rolleyes.gif 8 - kernel - No HDD found Please make sure your xbox hdd is attached properly. Most of the times the Ide cable came loose, or isn't seated properly in the IDE port of your harddisk. ALso make sure the power supply cables are intact and working. Make sure the ide cable is also connected properly to the rest of the hardware (dvd and motherboard). 9 - kernel - HDD parameters (PIO/DMA/or size {debug}, certain size minimum is required for debug) Not very common error, please try another harddisk. 10 - kernel - DVD timeout Actually its almost the same as error 6/7/8. But also make sure the yellow cables are properly connected to the motherboard and the dvd drive. 1. Make sure ide cables are connected good. 2. Make sure the yellow cables are good and properly connected. 3. Still no succes? Try another dvd drive of which you are sure it is working. 11 - kernel - No DVD Found Same as #10 So read up please! 12 - kernel - DVD parameters (PIO/DMA) Same as #10, only not very common. 13 - kernel - Dashboard launch fail (due to missing/bad key, or anything else that would prevent it from running) and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed. The error it gives is because of the incompatibility between the (older) dashboard (4920) that older slayer cd installs and the new dashboard/kernel versions found in some new xbox's and found in xbox's that have been connected to xbox live (when you go on xbox-live, it'll upgrade your dashboard file to i believe it is now 5659.03. This dasboard is incompatible with the dash that (old) slayer cd installs (for example 2.5 or lower) for you. (In detail, in the eeprom chip there is a kernel which is incompatible with the dashboard (4920) that slayer installs.) So what do you do to fix it? You can use the dashupdate found on most new xbox games! Be sure to 1st unplug your ethernet cable before you do so!!! Besides that, just use a good installation disc and all is fine. Use a 2.6 slayer or something similar 14 - dashboard - Error loading dashboard (dashboard generic error) Same thing as above (error 13). This time it is also a little mistake from you on changing names or having played around with files on the xbox harddisk. Error 14 is most often because you changed boot orders or names of startup files on the harddisk. It can also happen when you are rebuilding your xbox harddisk with a slayer cd and the power was cut. 16 - dashboard - Clock cannot be set. Basically it comes down to this. Error 16 has to do with not finding the menu setting with which you can set the clock of the hdd. This happens to a lot of people that erase their hdd (original/upgraded) or MS dashboard files and after that they don't immediatly install the hdd but leave the xbox without power longer than 5 hours. It's all about the hdd can't find the menu with which it can set the clock. This is mostly because the xbox hdd is empty (you removed dashboard or fux0red it via ftp). The problem arises when xbox searches for menu to set clock with, can't find it and voila: error 16. Well read on please! So you have an error 16 huh? Don't worry "nothing" is broken! You have an xbox hdd that is locked. And normally you can boot in original and modded mode. Retail or upgraded doesn't matter. You start playing around with xboxdash.xbe etc. using ftp programs. While doing this you "accidently" remove your MS dashboard and also your alternate dashboard (Evox, etc.) so there is no dash anymore on the xbox hdd. You end the ftp session and after that you shut off your xbox. Normally when you would start up again it gives you an error 13/14 ( no dashboard found). No worries with a slayer Evox cd (and a hardmod), all is ok. BUT this is only WITHIN 3 hours or so. This is because the internal clock of the xbox will only be kept alive by the capacitors for only 3 or 4 hours. So when you leave your xbox unplugged from electricity for over 5 hours after you have played with the .xbe's AND you have removed your (ms and evo-x) dash from your xbox than you are fux0red. Why do you ask? Why can't I boot from disc? Its as follows Xbox starts booting==> (almost 1st thing a xbox does is) searches for internal clock==> doesnt find internal clock because there hasn't been any electricity on the xbox for 5 hours so battery that kept clock alive is empty and clock is gone==> searches for the proper dashboard menu to set clock with ==> doesnt find msdashboard or evo-x dashboard menu becuz you have removed it from the hdd for whatever reasons you had==> xbox gives error 16: cannot set clock. So what do you do about it? Two options! 1. There are some bios'es around that allow the chip to boot past the clocksetting. (do a search!). So how do you get that bios on your chip because you cant boot to a flash program or something? Well you need to have an external flasher. It seems the m8 bios will take care for you of booting past the clocksetting. Or use the latest Xecutor bios 2. This is the more easy and newbie friendly strategy -Get a friend with a modded xbox. -Unlock his hdd with eeprom management from a slayer evo-x cd. -Than, place his hdd in your xbox. -Boot with your chip on. -Now the xbox DOES find a dashboard when you boot in original mode and you can set the time in the msdashboard clock settings. -Shut off xbox and remove your friends hdd -PLace his hdd back in his xbox and lock it again -Install your hdd -(clock has been set) So boot up with slayer cd. -Install normally whatever you wanna install -lock hdd If you get an error 13 after this, please read up on the error 13 explanation! 20 - kernel - The dashboard was attempted to load and failed It was a cold boot, and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed, but it (for some reason) needed to be noted that the dvd passed the challenge/response authentication
  12. I want to experiment with XBMC for the Xbox. I have used Kodi on more modern hardware and have a lot of stuff in MP4 format (I am pretty sure that won't work with the Xbox hardware). What is the best format to convert my MP4 to for testing?
  13. I have just found the deal of a lifetime for anyone interested looking to spend a little money. While you won’t be buying an actual “vertical tank”, you will have the chance to invest in a controller that will allow you the opportunity to pretend like you are really there. Steel Battalion Controller
  14. I TSOP'd one of my Xbox's (it also has a new 250 GB disk I installed) and I was "playing" with HeXEn and can't boot to a dashboard any more. My question is given good hardware and a bootable HeXEn disk, how can I do a full reset of the hard drive with a fresh install? I am new to this and would like to get to the level that what an "Out of Box" Xbox that is TSOP'd would boot up to that is comparable to a fresh install of Windows on a PC. Thanks!
  15. Methods of Identification There is no single method of identifying your Xbox revision with 100% accuracy, but by using three well-tested methods together, you will be able to determine the version of your Xbox with certainty. The methods are as follows. It is best to perform all of these tests because Microsoft doesn't print the revision number on the Xbox (that would make it too easy for modders!). The goal of revision identification is ultimately to determine which type of mod chip you can use, so after you have determined the revision by a single test, it's a pretty safe bet that you have your revision. But just to be cautious, I recommend performing other checks of the revision to be certain. Manufacturing Date The manufacturing date of an Xbox is just a "suggestion" for the revision. The manufacturing date is printed on the serial number label on the bottom of the Xbox. You can see this label through a hole in the retail box (used for scanning the serial number at the cash register), so you can try to identify the revision without even removing an Xbox from the box (although a used Xbox is probably lacking a retail box in the first place). The serial number/bar code label on the bottom of the Xbox includes a "MFG. DATE" value in the format YYYY-MM-DD, representing year, month, and day. Table 3.1 will help you to identify your Xbox revision using the manufacturing date (although assembly line and factory appear to be more relevant factors). Table 3.1 Revision by Manufacturing Date Date Range Revision Location 01/2001–10/2002 1.0 Hungary 11/2002–04/2003 1.1 Hungary, Mexico 05/2003–03/2004 1.2–1.5 China 04/2004–? 1.6 China, Taiwan Hardware Serial Number If you are browsing the used Xboxes at your local video game store in the hope that you can buy an older Xbox that will work with your solderless mod chip of choice, you will need to use the serial number version test. But what happens if the manufacturing label has been removed? This is a fairly common occurrence that might have something to do with Xbox owners not wanting to change their Xbox Live accounts (which makes one wonder why they sold the Xbox in the first place). Here is how you can decode the hardware serial number if it is available: LNNNNNN YWWFF where L is the number of the production line within the factory. NNNNNN is the number of the Xbox produced during the workweek. Y is the last digit of the production year. WW is the number of the week of the production year. FF is the code of the factory where the Xbox was manufactured, according to Table 3.2. Table 3.2 Factory Codes Factory Location Revision 02 Mexico 1.0 or 1.1 03 Hungary 1.0 05 China 1.2 (or later) 06 Taiwan 1.2 (or later) Because the factory code method is not very reliable (because there may be some codes missing from this list), let's try another method of identifying your Xbox to narrow things down a bit. See Table 3.3 for a serial number check that is accurate but not very specific. If your code is not shown, I would recommend using the closest code to yours, leaning toward the previous one if there is a value above and below your code. Table 3.3 Serial Number Check Serial Number Revision LNNNNNN 20WFF 1.0 LNNNNNN 21WFF 1.0 LNNNNNN 23WFF 1.0, 1.1 LNNNNNN 24WFF 1.1 LNNNNNN 25WFF 1.1 LNNNNNN 30WFF 1.2 LNNNNNN 31WFF 1.3 LNNNNNN 32WFF 1.3 LNNNNNN 33WFF 1.4, 1.5 LNNNNNN 42WFF 1.6 Video Chip Verification If you have used the preceding two checks to narrow down what you think your Xbox revision is, the next two steps will really give you a concrete answer to the question. Assuming you have already opened your Xbox per Chapter 2, "Disassembling Your Xbox," you should look for the video chip. It is located on the motherboard, directly below the video output port on the back of the Xbox (see Figure 3.8). This is another excellent verification of the revision, as Table 3.4 illustrates, and may be considered foolproof. Table 3.4 Video Chip Identification Video Chip Revision Conexant 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 Focus 1.4, 1.5 Xcalibur 1.6 Figure 3.8 (at the botton of the post) The location of the video chip on the Xbox motherboard. Xbox BIOS Version Number You can use one final check to verify the Xbox revision that you own (or are considering buying): Look at the BIOS kernel version and dashboard version numbers. To view these numbers, boot the Xbox in dashboard mode (by powering up without a disc in the DVD-ROM drive). Go to Settings and then System Info. A disclaimer will scroll down and will eventually show you two version numbers: a K: value for the kernel and a value for the dashboard. You can perform an unscientific check of the revision using Table 3.5. If you are at a video store, this may be your only way of double-checking the revision. Note that revision 1.0 of the Xbox did not provide these numbers, so if you can't find them, it is definitely a 1.0. Nevertheless, I will include the 1.0 kernel version in Table 3.5. Some kernel versions may not be shown in this list; if yours is not shown, you can base it on the nearest version to yours. Along with the other noninvasive tests, this should give you a clear idea about the revision for a particular Xbox. Table 3.5 BIOS Kernel Versions Xbox Revision Kernel Version 1.0 3944,4034,4036,4627 1.1 4817,4972 1.2–1.5 5101,5713 1.6 5838 ----- This article was taken from the book "The Black Art of XBOX Mods".
  16. ZsnexBox v3.7 | by: Nes6502A port of the Zsnes Super Nintendo emulator to Xbox. New in this rel: -Added Video Preview Audio On/Off feature. This is a port of the Zsnes Super Nintendo emulator to original Xbox by Nes6502, this emulator has a tonne of features including preview videos,cheats database,720p/1080i hd options. Uploaded on: 2010-06-01 http://www.eurasia.nu/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownloaddetails&lid=6771&ttitle=ZsnexBox_v3.7 Snes9Xbox v60b06 | by: MadMabSuper Nintendo (SNES) / Super Famicom (SFC) emulator for Xbox. New in this rel: * All cores updated to madmab edition interface CFv1b21. APU Sound core hiccup issue strikes again! Seems the sound hiccup in core 1.53 was still affecting users running in 480i mode. But the sound was fine in 720p mode. Fixed. Uploaded on: 2017-04-08 http://www.eurasia.nu/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownloaddetails&lid=12091&ttitle=SNES9Xbox_v6b06 Snes9x X v0.23 | by: HikaruPort of Snes9x Super Nintendo (SuperNES) Emulator for original Xbox by Hikaru. https://digiex.net/attachments/snes9x-x-0-23-rar.13831/ xSnes9x v1.42| by: LantusThis is a good Super Nintendo Emulator for the original Xbox. Runs at a good speed with lots of features. Also supports almost every SNES rom created. Uploaded on: 2004-06-17 http://www.eurasia.nu/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownloaddetails&lid=997&ttitle=xSnes9x_V1.42_WIP_17_June_2004
  17. stolen mostly from the Afterdawn forums with some updates based on more modern knowledge. feel free to comment with other updates and I'll edit the original posted here. - original can be found at http://forums.afterdawn.com/threads/xbox-error-codes-explained-go-here-first.373255/ 2 - bootldr - Eeprom check failedWhen you see this error most of the times you have flashed something wrong. Or you dropped solder on your eeprom chips.4 - bootldr - Ram check failedYour Xbox ram chips are wasted.Maybe you dropped a little solder on it (try to remove it CAREFULLY!). Note, if they are fried, removing solder won't fix them). Maybe you were static when you touched the ram chips. They are kind off sensitive. If they are, they are fried, sell your xbox for spare parts.5 - kernel - HDD not locked (The retail xbox bioses require the hd to be locked, this includes soft mods)When you upgrade your hard disk drive for one that is larger, you most of the times use a new hard drive that you bought in the shop. Now, when you put this hdd in your xbox and you try to boot up with your chip off. It gives you error 5. Why you ask? Well i will try to explain it simple.The original (also called "Retail") hard drive is locked by MS. Why did they lock the harddrive?Well if it wasn't it wouldve been more than easy (in the start of xbox hacking) for hackers to change content on it. Thats why MS locks it. It is just a security measure. This locking proces uses information (the EEPROM) that's on the motherboard. The "Lock" on a xbox hard drive contains information that is based on the harddrive itself and the motherboard it came with.One thing that makes this clear: You can not change a retail harddrive with another one from a non-modded xbox without the EEPROM. With every xbox there was only ONE i repeat ONE compatible harddisk drive. Editted EPROMS can change that.If you don't mod your xbox (tsop or modchips) changing the hard drive or replacing a dead one becomes more complicated. You need to extract the EEPROM from the motherboard, or install a mod chip to bypass the lock restriction. With an extracted EEPROM you can use utilities such as xboxhdm to create a new hard drive and lock it to the xbox. So when does the error occur? The only time this error should occur is when you boot up your xbox in original mode AND you have a harddisk in your xbox that is not yet locked. So now you ask what do i have to do to make your xbox work again?Well the answer is pretty easy. extract the EEPROM, or instal a mod chip. those are your two options.6 - kernel - Cannot unlock HDDIf you understand the above, you should be able to understand what this means. It means you are trying to boot up the xbox with an harddisk that is locked in combination with ANOTHER motherboard than you are using it with right now.What can i do about it, you ask? Well place the harddisk back in the xbox where it came from. After that, either extract the EEPROM and use xboxhdm to lock it, or boot in a modded state and then use dashboard tools to lock/unlock the drive.7 - kernel - HDD timeoutMost of the times, the IDE cable is not properly connected when you see this error. Please reattach the ide cable. Not only to the harddisk drive but also to the dvd drive. Also try to reconnect the ide cable to the motherboard.Also if you are using a SATA hard drive, this could be caused by using a non 80 pin IDE cable, or not having the drive connected properly. ***** updated June 11, 2018 **** leaking capacitors on a 1.6b xbox also caused an error 7. The hard drive made some odd dragging sounds and it was initially believed to be a failing hard drive. There were two 6.3 3300 capacitors near the CPU that were peaked and were leaking. This apparently caused intermittent issues, probably alleviating when the caps were drained of power and returning when they charged up. Replacing the faulty capacitors resolved this issue entirely.8 - kernel - No HDD foundPlease make sure your xbox hdd is attached properly. Most of the times the Ide cable came loose, or isn't seated properly in the IDE port of your harddisk. ALso make sure the power supply cables are intact and working.Make sure the ide cable is also connected properly to the rest of the hardware (dvd and motherboard).9 - kernel - HDD parameters (PIO/DMA/or size {debug}, certain size minimum is required for debug)Not very common error, please try another harddisk.10 - kernel - DVD timeoutActually its almost the same as error 6/7/8. But also make sure the yellow cables are properly connected to the motherboard and the dvd drive.1. Make sure ide cables are connected good.2. Make sure the yellow cables are good and properly connected.3. Still no succes? Try another dvd drive of which you are sure it is working.11 - kernel - No DVD FoundSame as #10 So read up please!12 - kernel - DVD parameters (PIO/DMA)Same as #10, only not very common.13 - kernel - Dashboard launch fail(due to missing/bad key, or anything else that would prevent it from running) and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed.The error it gives is because of the incompatibility between the (older) dashboard (4920) that older slayer cd installs and the new dashboard/kernel versions found in some new xbox's and found in xbox's that have been connected to xbox live (when you go on xbox-live, it'll upgrade your dashboard file to i believe it is now 5659.03. This dasboard is incompatible with the dash that (old) slayer cd installs (for example 2.5 or lower) for you. This error also frequently occurs when using a 40 wire IDE cable (e.g.: the one that came with the xbox) while using a SATA Hard drive with an adaptor. There are also reports that the 80 pin wire occasionally goes "bad" if it has been used for years, possibly causing signal degradation. (In detail, in the eeprom chip there is a kernel which is incompatible with the dashboard (4920) that slayer installs.)So what do you do to fix it? You can use the dashupdate found on most new xbox games! Be sure to 1st unplug your ethernet cable before you do so!!!Besides that, just use a good installation disc and all is fine. Use HEXEN.14 - dashboard - Error loading dashboard (dashboard generic error)Same thing as above (error 13). This time it is also a little mistake from you on changing names or having played around with files on the xbox harddisk. Error 14 is most often because you changed boot orders or names of startup files on the harddisk. It can also happen when you are rebuilding your xbox harddisk with a slayer cd and the power was cut.16 - dashboard - Clock cannot be setBasically it comes down to this. Error 16 has to do with not finding the menu setting with which you can set the clock of the hdd. This happens to a lot of people that erase their hdd (original/upgraded) or MS dashboard files and after that they don't immediatly install the hdd but leave the xbox without power longer than 5 hours.It's all about the hdd can't find the menu with which it can set the clock. This is mostly because the xbox hdd is empty (you removed dashboard or fux0red it via ftp). The problem arises when xbox searches for menu to set clock with, can't find it and voila: error 16. Well read on please!So you have an error 16 huh? Don't worry "nothing" is broken!You have an xbox hdd that is locked. And normally you can boot in original and modded mode. Retail or upgraded doesn't matter. You start playing around with xboxdash.xbe etc. using ftp programs. While doing this you "accidently" remove your MS dashboard and also your alternate dashboard (Evox, etc.) so there is no dash anymore on the xbox hdd.You end the ftp session and after that you shut off your xbox. Normally when you would start up again it gives you an error 13/14 ( no dashboard found). No worries with a slayer Evox cd (and a hardmod), all is ok. BUT this is only WITHIN 3 hours or so.This is because the internal clock of the xbox will only be kept alive by the capacitors for only 3 or 4 hours. So when you leave your xbox unplugged from electricity for over 5 hours after you have played with the .xbe's AND you have removed your (ms and evo-x) dash from your xbox than you are fux0red. Why do you ask?Why can't I boot from disc?Its as follows Xbox starts booting==> (almost 1st thing a xbox does is) searches for internal clock==> doesnt find internal clock because there hasn't been any electricity on the xbox for 5 hours so battery that kept clock alive is empty and clock is gone==> searches for the proper dashboard menu to set clock with ==> doesnt find msdashboard or evo-x dashboard menu becuz you have removed it from the hdd for whatever reasons you had==> xbox gives error 16: cannot set clock.So what do you do about it? Two options!1. Install a mod chip that has a BIOS on it that allows you to configure a new hard drive. All of the modern/final bioses will do this, and will let you boot directly from DVD even if the hard drive is not setup correctly. This will let you put clean files on C2. This is the more easy and newbie friendly strategy- Get/borrow a modded xbox - Disconnect the DVD from the problem xbox - Boot the problem xbox, the DVD error will come up, but the hard drive will now be unlocked. - Boot the modded xbox, get it to the dashboard, put in the Hexen disk - Disconnect the IDE hard drive from the modded xbox’s IDE chain - Connect the IDE hard drive from the problem xbox to the modded xbox - Launch Hexen - Re-install the C: from Hexen.If you get an error 13 after this, please read up on the error 13 explanation!20 - kernel - The dashboard was attempted to load and failedIt was a cold boot, and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed, but it(for some reason) needed to be noted that the dvd passed the challenge/response authentication21 - anywhere This error says that the machine was booted to display a error, basically someone told the machine to reboot (or launch a xbe) with this flag, and the error code just means its been rebooted by the flagThis occurs frequently when the xbox is unable to boot due to dashboard changes being made (ie Gcue true blue hasnt been resigned, parts of the stock dash are missing - incomplete FTP backups copied to a new HDD for example).____________________________________________________________
  18. features/modchips Xecuter 3/3CE Xenium Blue/ICE/Gold SmartXX v1 / v2 / v3 SmartXX LT OPX v1/v2 1MB/2MB X-Chip X-Lite X-Changer v1/v2/v2.5 SpiderGX Picture Xecuter3 Xecuter3CE Xenium Blue Xenium ICE Xenium Gold v1 PCB v2 PCB v3 PCB v1 v2 Developed by Team Xecuter Team OzXodus Team SmartXX Team SmartXX Team X-Chip Team X-Chip Team X-Changer Team SpiderGX Suggested retail price USA/CAN: 55usd EU: 55eur (inc. VAT) USA/CAN: 48usd EU: 50eur (inc. VAT) USA/CAN: 49usd EU:60eur (inc. VAT) USA/CAN: 30usd EU: 30eur (inc. VAT) USA/CAN: 49usd EU: 41eur (excl. VAT and importtaxes) USA/CAN: 35usd EU: 30eur (excl. VAT and importtaxes) USA/CAN: 20usd EU: 17eur (excl. VAT and importtaxes) USA/CAN: 50usd EU: 52eur (inc. VAT) Buy from USA/Canada Divineo.com Extreme-Mods ModchipStore Modchip.com Divineo.com Extreme-Mods ModchipStore Modchip.com Divineo.com Extreme-Mods ModchipStore Modchip.com Divineo.com ModchipStore EasyBuy2000 EasyBuy2000 Extreme-Mods n/a Buy from Europe MrModchip n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Buy from Rest of world Divineo.cn Divineo.cn Divineo.cn Divineo.cn n/a n/a n/a n/a TBA v3 discontinued Blue discontinued v1: discontinued v1 v2 1MB discontinued released released v1: discontinued discontinued ICE/SPICE discontinued v2: discontinued v2: discontinued v3 CE: released Gold released v3: released v2 2MB released v2.5: released How to tell if original or fake no clones 1st gen. clones 2nd gen. clones 3rd gen. clones no clones no clones no clones no clones no clones no clones Type standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone originals original imports unsigned code debug backups macrovision off no-patch hack no-patch hack2 eject trick/fix VGA mode IGR LBA48 HDD swap Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Flash size on board (usable w/ OS installed) 2MB (1MB) 2MB (1MB) 4MB (3.5MB) v1/v2 1MB-version 1MB (0.75MB) 4MB (3.5MB or 3MB) 4MB (3.5MB or 3MB) v1/v2 0.5MB (0.25MB) 2MB (1.00MB) v2 2MB-version 2MB (1.75MB) v2.5 1MB (0.75MB) SRAM no no no no yes 0.25MB yes 0.25MB no no Recovery Method yes 256KB backup ROM yes recovery OS boot yes recovery OS boot yes? yes USB flashing yes recovery OS boot yes yes via programmer port Possible Flash addon yes not (yet) available yes not (yet) available yes not (yet) available yes not (yet) available no no no yes? Pre-Flashed Bios Xecuter FlashBios v3.x Xenium OS SmartXX OS SmartXX OS Lite X-Chip Cromwell X-Chip Cromwell X-Changer OS SpiderGX OS MultiBios yes 15 options 4*256KB 2*512KB 1*1024KB 1*512KB/2*256KB Low2MB 6*256KB 3*512KB 2*512KB/2*256KB 1*512KB/4*256KB 1*1024KB/1*512KB 1*1024KB/2*256KB 2*256KB/1MB Linux Mid2MB 4*512KB 1*1024KB/2*512KB 2*512KB/1*1024KB 2*1024KB 1*2048 2MB Linux v1/v2 1MB-version 3x 256KB 1x 256KB/1* 512KB First 1MB-bank 2*256 1*512 Next 3 1MB-banks 1*1024KB 2*512KB 1*512KB/2*256KB 4*256KB yes v1/v2: no yes 2*256KB/1*512KB v2 2MB-version yes ? options v2.5: yes 1*256KB/1*512KB Flash Upgradeble with PC via LPT no plans to release such an adapter no plans to release such an adapter no plans to release such an adapter no plans to release such an adapter no plans to release such an adapter no plans to release such an adapter no plans to release such an adapter ? Flash Upgradeble with PC via USB addon possible - not yet released addon possible - not yet released addon possible - not yet released ? yes no plans to release such an adapter no plans to release such an adapter yes, chip has programmer port. No info on how to use this yet. Flash Upgradeble with Xbox software yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Socketed chip? no no no no no no no no Flash protection? yes hardware based yes software based yes software based yes? software based ? ? ? yes hardware based Switch to onboard bios? yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Use of power/reset button for modchip features? yes 3 combinations Hardware based detection yes 2 combinations Software based detection yes 2 combinations Software based detection yes 2 combinations Software based detection yes 2 combinations Software based detection yes 2 combinations Software based detection ? no? External adaptor yes LAN led HDD led Bios bank switches Modchip on/off no no no yes USB adaptor Button to force boot OS and repair broken eeprom. yes Leds on/off Recovery/Normal Boot Modchip on/off Power Led Recovery Mode Led OS Controlled Led no yes HighSpeed connector port Programmation LED Flash-in-Progress LED Power LED Modchip on/off Bios bank switches LCD Contrast control HDD led yes possible possible possible possible possible possible possible LAN led yes possible possible possible possible possible possible possible Expansion Port 16-bit I2C dual SPI 4 x Multipurpose I/Os + 7 Multipurpose Outputs (can drive SPI, I2C, parallel or other Bus systems) External Display Port 4x I/O bus External Display Port no no no yes no details yet LCD screen addon yes addon (XLCD) sold separately - 43usd yes addon sold separately - 3rd party yes addon sold separately - 3rd party or on v3 also with XLCD yes addon sold separately - 3rd party no no no yes addon sold separately - 3rd party - own SpiderGX to be released? Xbox v1.0 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Xbox v1.1 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Xbox v1.2 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Xbox v1.3 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Xbox v1.4 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Xbox v1.5 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Xbox v1.6 yes Xenium Blue: hardware: yes pre-flashed OS: yes if v2+, ask shop. Xenium ICE, Gold: yes v1 PCB hardware: yes pre-flashed OS: depends which version is flashed, ask shop. v2/v3 PCB yes yes hardware: yes pre-flashed OS: yes if preflashed with X-Chip Cromwell v1.1+ yes yes yes Xbox v1.6b Xecuter3 hardware: yes pre-flashed OS: yes if FlashBios v3.03+, ask shop. Xecuter3CE yes Xenium Blue: hardware: yes pre-flashed OS: yes if v2+, ask shop. Xenium ICE, Gold: yes v1/v2 PCB Hardware: yes pre-flashed OS: yes if build 3329+, ask shop. v3 PCB yes yes hardware: yes pre-flashed OS: yes if preflashed with X-Chip Cromwell v1.1+ yes yes yes Quick Solder v1.0-v1.5 Install no Blue/ICE: yes v1/v2: yes no no no v1: yes no Gold: no v3: no v2: no Quick Solder v1.6x Install no no no yes (made better on v2) no no v1: no no v2: yes PinHeader Install yes (female) yes (female) yes (female) yes (female) yes (female) yes (female) v1: no no v2: yes (female) Wire Install yes (plug) Blue/ICE: yes (using quicksolder pads) v1/v2: yes (using quicksolder pads) yes (solderpads) no no v1: yes (using quicksolder pads) no Gold: no v3: no v2: no NoSolder Install (v1.0 - v1.5) yes addon sold separately - 22usd yes addon sold separately - 13usd yes addon sold separately - shop modified (link mod D0 with D0 on adapter) 3rd party device can be used - 15usd yes 3rd party addon sold separately - 15usd yes addon sold separately - 10usd yes addon sold separately - 10usd v1: no yes v2: yes 3rd party addon sold separately - 15usd NoSolder Install (v1.6x) yes addon sold separately - 24usd yes addon sold separately - 26usd yes addon sold separately - 20usd yes addon sold separately - 20usd yes addon sold separately - 28usd yes addon sold separately - 28usd v1: no yes v2: yes 3rd party addon sold separately - 24usd Included In Default Package * PinHeader * D0(LFRAME) / LAN / HDD wire (plug) * PinHeader to wire adapter * Adhesive pad for modchip * Alt. 5v wire (plug) for Xbox v1.6(b) * Solderless adapter for Eject/Power control * normal external adapter * Xbox v1.6(b) LPC recovery PCB Xenium (Blue): * PinHeader v1: * PinHeader * D0/LFRAME-wire * PinHeader * D0/LFRAME-wire * SmartXX case sticker * PinHeader * External adapter + cable * PinHeader * External adapter + cable v1: * PinHeader * SpiderWire (springwires) Set * External adapter with adhesive pad + cable * screw + spacer Xenium ICE: * PinHeader * D0/LFRAME-wire (plug) * USB adapter * external blue LED Xenium ICE S: * PinHeader * D0/LFRAME-wire (plug) * USB adapter * external blue LED * Solderless adapter for Xbox v1.0-v1.5 Xenium SPICE: * PinHeader * D0/LFRAME-wire (plug) * USB adapter * external blue LED * Xenium SP Solderless adapter for Xbox v1.0-v1.6(b) v2: * PinHeader * D0/LFRAME-wire * SmartXX case sticker * Xbox v1.6x LPC recovery PCB v2 SE/LE pack: * PinHeader * D0/LFRAME-wire * SmartXX case sticker * USB adapter * Xebian pressed CD * Xbox v1.6x LPC recovery PCB v2: * PinHeader * X-Changer case sticker * USB adapter Gold: * PinHeader * D0/LFRAME-wire (plug) * USB adapter v3 SE/LE pack: * PinHeader * DO, LFRAME, ground, recovery and hard-disable wire with plug * Special replacement DVD-cable with 5v wire+plug for modchip. * 5v wire + plug for Spider16 addon * IR sender + wire + plug * USB adapter * SmartXX case sticker *Xebian pressed CD * Xbox v1.6x LPC recovery PCB Extra Addons From Manufacturer Available For Sale * XLCD: solderless LCD Screen * Pro Switch * Xapt3r: v1.0-v1.5 solderless adapter with leds * Xapt3r v1.6: v1.6(b) solderless adapter with leds * X3 Control Panel: replacement Xbox front panel * X3 case (announced - to be released (cancelled?)) * X3ir ifrared kit (announced - to be released) * U.S.A. : v1.0-v1.5 solderless adapter * Skryer: solderless LCD screen (announced - to be released (cancelled?)) * Xenium S.P.: Solderless adapter for Xbox v1.0-v1.6(b) * HD XLIVE-safe firmware (announced - to be released (cancelled?)) * Spider16: Solderless adapter for Xbox v1.6(b) * HD XLIVE-safe firmware (announced - to be released (cancelled?)) * Spider16: Solderless adapter for Xbox v1.6(b) * Easybuy v1.0-v1.5 solderless adapter * Easybuy v1.6(b) solderless adapter * Easybuy v1.0-v1.5 solderless adapter * Easybuy v1.6(b) solderless adapter n/a n/a Diagrams/manuals Pinheader Install: Xbox v1.0-v1.5 Xboxv1.6 Unofficial X3 Guide & FAQ XBox Disassembly Quick Solder manual PinHeader manual Solderless adaptor manual Xbox v1.6 Install manual v1.6 diagrams: frontback d0 pin header adaptor XeniumOS v1.0 manual XeniumOS v1.1 manual XeniumOS v2.0 manual Creating a Bios CD Quick Manual: SmartXX v1 Xbox v1.0-v1.5 SmartXX v1 Xbox v1.6 SmartXX v2 Xbox v1.0-v1.5 SmartXX v2 Xbox v1.6 SmartXX v2 Xbox v1.6 with LPC rebuild PCB SmartXX v3 Xbox v1.6 QuickSolder Install: SmartXX v1 Xbox v1.0-v1.5 SmartXX v1 Xbox v1.6 SmartXX v2 Xbox v1.0-v1.5 SmartXX v2 Xbox v1.6 Pinheader Install: SmartXX v1 Xbox v1.0-v1.5 SmartXX v1 Xbox v1.6 SmartXX v2 Xbox v1.0-v1.5 SmartXX v2 Xbox v1.6 SmartXX OS manual Quick Manual: Xbox v1.0-v1.5 Xbox v1.6(b) Xbox v1.6(b) QuickSolder Install Xbox v1.0-v1.5 Headepin Install Master Installation Guide Troubleshooting Guide Soldesless adaptor manual Xbox v1.6 reference guide X-Control manual Master Installation Guide Switch Settings Guide Flashing via HTTP X-Changer v1 manual X-Changer v2 manual SpiderGX Installation Manual SpiderGX OS Manual SpiderGX Web-OS Manual Pictures xecuter3 beta pictures xecuter3 final pictures xecuter3CE pictures xenium beta pictures xenium blue final pictures xenium ICE pictures xenium gold pictures smartxx v1 pictures smartxx v2 pictures smartxx v3 pictures smartxx LT OPX pictures X-Chip pictures X-Lite pictures X-Changer v1 pictures X-Changer v2 pictures SpiderGX pictures Main Modchip OS Xecuter3 Xenium SmartXX SmartXX LT OPX X-Chip X-Lite X-Changer SpiderGX Name of Main OS X3 Config Live (X3 OS) Xenium OS 1/ SmartXX OS 2/ EdOnChip SmartXX OS Lite EvoX X-Control EvoX X-Control X-Changer OS SpiderGX OS Based on XDK Linux Linux Linux XDK XDK Linux Linux Latest version build 3029 v2.3.0 1/ 3333 2/ v0.0.4 3333 v1.3 v1.3 v2.1 v1.10b Pre-Flashed on Modchip? no yes yes yes no no yes yes Download n/a (illegal) here 1/ here 2/ here here n/a (illegal) n/a (illegal) here Source Code Software no no no no no no soon? no Languages English English English With language pack: German, French, Finish, Dutch, Schwedisch English English English ? English OS includes own MS-based 'hacked' bios? yes no no no yes yes no no Software on modchip flash (1024k) modchip flash (1024k) 1/ modchip flash (512k) 2/ modchip flash 1/ modchip flash (256k) modchip flash (1024k) modchip flash (1024k) modchip flash (256k) modchip flash (1024k) Software upgradable yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Focus support (xbox v1.4+) yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Xcalibur Support (xbox v1.6+) yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Hynix RAM Support (xbox v1.6b+) yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes network support yes yes yes yes no no yes http server yes yes yes yes no no yes ftp server yes yes yes (using EdOnChip) no no no not yet in latest release ftp with ava 'boostmode' yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release no no no not yet in latest release telnet server not yet in latest release yes yes (using EdOnChip) no no no not yet in latest release Button emulation on telnet not yet in latest release yes ? no no no not yet in latest release Telnet based debugging not yet in latest release yes ? no no no not yet in latest release Samba client/server not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release no no not yet in latest release Bios select from menu yes yes yes yes yes yes not yet in latest release Bios select with gamepad yes yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release Bios select from webpage not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes ? no no not yet in latest release Bios autoboot after timeout from OS not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Bios autoboot on OS boot ? ? ? ? ? ? yes Select with power/eject buttons long press power: OS boot short press power: onboard flash eject: onboard flash power+eject: backup bios power: chosen default bios eject: OS boot power: chosen bios or OS eject: chosen bios or OS power: chosen bios or OS eject: chosen bios or OS power: chosen bios or OS eject: chosen bios or OS power: chosen bios or OS eject: chosen bios or OS not yet in latest release 'Real' cold boot from selected bios yes no v1 PCB yes v2 PCB optional switch install optional switch install no no yes Direct boot Linux from OS not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes yes yes not yet in latest release Bios flash per bank from cd/dvd yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Bios flash per bank from hdd yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Bios flash per bank from PC via USB not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes yes? Bios flash per bank from PC via Network and special application not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes ? not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Bios flash per bank from webpage yes yes yes ? not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes Bios flash per bank from USB flashstick in Xbox not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Bios flash per bank from FTP yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release ? not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Boot bios from bin file on HD (BFM) not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Change multibios mode yes (auto) yes (auto) yes yes yes yes not yet in latest release AutoFitting size of BIOS yes not yet in latest release yes yes yes yes yes Autonaming BIOS yes yes yes yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Renaming BIOS yes yes yes yes yes yes Backup EEprom on chip yes yes yes not yet in latest release yes yes yes Backup EEprom on PC HD yes not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Restore EEprom yes? yes (HD, CD/DVD, USB memstick, SMB drive) yes? not yet in latest release yes? yes? yes Repair EEprom not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Diagnose EEprom not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Set Video Region yes yes yes not yet in latest release yes yes yes Set Video progressive or interleaced not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Set video mode/refresh yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes yes HotKeys to set video region not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes ? not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Reset DVD Region yes yes yes not yet in latest release yes yes yes Set Game Region yes yes yes not yet in latest release yes yes yes Audio Settings not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release Set Xbox language not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release Display EEprom configuration yes yes yes not yet in latest release yes yes yes Display HDD password yes not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release yes yes yes Display Xbox HW info yes not yet in latest release ? not yet in latest release yes yes yes Format new HDD (all) yes yes yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Format specific drive yes yes yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Lock / Unlock HDD yes yes yes yes yes yes yes HDD clone 1:1 not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Copy Partitions not yet in latest release C,E,F,X,Y,Z C not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Enable debug output (USB debugging) not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release Change power LED colors yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Password Protect Your Xbox yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release Shutdown timeout not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release 128MB support yes not yet in latest release yes ? ? ? ? Extended memory tester not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release DVD remote support ? yes yes yes ? ? not yet in latest release LCD settings yes not yet in latest release yes yes no no yes Screensaver not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes (dimm) not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Restore Factory Defaults ? yes ? not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Support of all normal video-modes and cables yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Support for HDTV in the OS yes not yet in latest release yes ? yes yes not yet in latest release Auto Clock Correction not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Skinning of OS not yet in latest release yes not yet in latest release not yet in latest release yes yes not yet in latest release Live update of OS not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release not yet in latest release Dedicated MS-based hacked Bios Xecuter3 Xenium SmartXX SmartXX LT OPX X-Chip X-Lite X-Changer SpiderGX Own propriatary MS-based 'hacked' OS? yes no no no yes yes no no Name X3 Bios n/a n/a n/a Evox X-Bios Evox X-Bios n/a n/a Latest version build 3029 - - - v1.3 v1.3 - - Included in Main OS? yes - - - yes yes - - Bios features on-the-fly editable from within main OS? yes - - - yes yes - - PC-util to edit bios features? no - - - yes EvoX Setup Tool yes EvoX Setup Tool - - originals original imports unsigned code debug backups macrovision off no-patch hack no-patch hack2 eject trick/fix HDD swap yes - - - yes yes - - Version for Xbox v1.0-v1.5 yes - - - yes yes - - Version for Xbox v1.6-v1.6b yes - - - yes yes - - Mini legal OS preflashed on modchip if main OS not legal Xecuter3 Xenium SmartXX SmartXX LT OPX X-Chip X-Lite X-Changer SpiderGX Does this modchip ship with a 'mini legal OS' ? yes not required - main OS preflashed and legal not required - main OS preflashed and legal not required - main OS preflashed and legal yes yes not required - main OS preflashed and legal not required - main OS preflashed and legal Name Xecuter FlashBios - - - X-Chip Cromwell X-Chip Cromwell - - Based on Cromwell - - - Cromwell Cromwell - - Latest Version v3.0.3 - - - v1.1 v1.1 - - Size 256KB 512KB 512KB - - Download here - - - here here - - Source code released? yes - - - yes yes - - Languages English - - - English English - - OS includes own MS-based 'hacked' bios? yes - - - yes yes - - Software on modchip flash - - - modchip flash modchip flash - - Focus support (xbox v1.4+) yes - - - yes yes - - Xcalibur Support (xbox v1.6+) yes - - - yes yes - - Hynix RAM Support (xbox v1.6b+) yes - - - yes yes - - network support yes - - - no no - - http server yes - - - no no - - Bios select from menu no - - - yes yes - - Direct boot Linux from OS no - - - yes yes - - Bios flash from cd/dvd yes - first 1MB bank - - - yes - per bank yes - per bank - - Bios flash from hdd yes - first 1MB bank - - - yes - per bank yes - per bank - - Bios flash from webpage yes - first 1MB bank - - - yes - full 4MB yes - full 4MB - - Change multibios mode no - - - no no - - AutoFitting size of BIOS no - - - no no - - Autonaming BIOS no - - - no no - - Assign xbox controller buttons to bios banks (for main OS) no - - - yes yes - - Assign xbox power button to bios bank (for main OS) no - - - yes yes - - Assing xbox eject button to bios bank (for main OS) no - - - yes yes - - Restore EEProm from webpage no - - - yes yes - - Lock / Unlock HDD yes - - - yes yes - - DVD remote support yes - - - no no - - - - - PC-based Util For Modchip Control Xecuter3 Xenium SmartXX SmartXX LT OPX X-Chip X-Lite X-Changer SpiderGX Is there any PC Util to control modchip? no no yes yes yes no no no Name - - PC SmartXX Remote Flasher PC SmartXX Remote Flasher X-Control - - - Builds for - - win32 win32 win32 - - - Latest version - - v1 v1 v1.06 - - - Download - - here here here - - - Connection via - - TCP/IP TCP/IP USB - - - See version of main OS - - yes yes no - - - Read out current multi-bios mode - - yes yes yes - - - Read out current flashed bios names - - yes yes yes - - - Flash modchip per bank - - yes yes yes - - - Backup bios from chip - - no no yes - - - Change multi-bios mode - - no no yes - - - Assign xbox controller buttons to bios banks - - no no yes - - - Assign xbox power button to bios bank - - no no yes - - - Assign xbox eject button to bios bank - - no no yes - - -
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Cheapmod Based (SST 49lf020) features/modchips Matrix Xodus Commercial HomeBrew LPC modchips Developed by here cyclone: here ozxchip1.2/3: here xkiller: here lpcmod (also called Cheapmod.com): here X-elixis: here (Dual) Rod Mod: here Aladdin-Universal (also called Xecutioner): here ALX2+: here ChipStation: here Apple-X2: here Suggested retail price $59 often between $25 - $50 TBA discontinued released Type standalone standalone originals original imports unsigned code debug backups macrovision off no-patch hack no-patch hack2 eject trick/fix VGA mode IGR LBA48 HDD swap Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Size of flash chip 256KB 256KB Pre-Flashed Bios no yes Cyclone(X-ecuter2 4979), LPCmod (Evox D.6 or X-ecuter2 4979), ALX2+ (?), Apple-X2 (?), ozxchip1.2/3(cromwell), xkiller (?), X-elixis(?), (Dual) Rod Mod (Evox D.6), Aladdin-Universal (Evox D.6), ChipStation(X-ecuter2 4974 Final) MultiBios no yes ALX2+ (2x256k), Dual Rod Mod no Cyclone, LPCmod, Apple-X2, ozxchip1.2/3, xkiller, X-elixis, Rod Mod, Aladdin-Universal, ChipStation Flash Upgradeble with PC via LPT yes (external) possible (flasher not included) Flash Upgradeble with PC via USB no no Flash Upgradeble with Xbox software yes yes Possible to flash TSOP? possible possible Socketed chip? no yes Cyclone, LPCmod, ozxchip1.3, X-elixis, (Dual) Rod Mod no ALX2+, Apple-X2, ozxchip1.2, xkiller, Aladdin-Universal, ChipStation Flash protection? yes yes ozxchip1.3, (Dual) Rod Mod no Cyclone, LPCmod, ALX2+ (but 256k rom), Apple-X2, ozxchip1.2, xkiller, X-elixis, Aladdin-Universal, ChipStation Software controllable modchip features no no Switch to onboard bios? yes yes ALX2+, ozxchip1.3 possible (put switch on d0) Cyclone, LPCmod, Apple-X2, ozxchip1.2, xkiller, X-elixis, (Dual) Rod Mod, Aladdin-Universal, ChipStation Xbox v1.0 yes yes Xbox v1.1 yes yes Xbox v1.2 no yes Xbox v1.3 no possible ('tightmod' using alternative LFRAME) Xbox v1.4 no possible ('tightmod' using alternative LFRAME) Xbox v1.5 no possible ('tightmod' using alternative LFRAME) Xbox v1.6 no yes QuickSolder install no Cyclone, Apple-X2, X-elixis, Aladdin-Universal Extended QuickSolder install no xkiller Wire install no ALX2+, Headerpin install no LPCmod, ALX2+, ozxchip1.2/3, (Dual) Rod Mod, ChipStation No-solder install yes #chips on mod/type 2/pcb 1/pcb or bare Diagrams/manuals install manual programmer manual view pictures cyclone: diagrams lpcmod: diagrams ALX2+: diagrams Apple-X2: diagrams ozxchip1.3: diagrams ozxchip1.2: diagrams (Dual) Rod Mod: n/a Aladdin-Universal: diagrams xkiller: diagrams X-elixis: diagrams ChipStation: diagrams Tightmod tutorial (Xbox v1.3-v1.5): here install cheapmod on Xbox v1.6: here Non-Cheapmod Based Last edited: March 13, 2007 features/modchips Xecuter Lite 2.0/2.1/2.2 2.3/2.3b/2.6 2.6CE MuppetX DuoX v2 blue/white v2 GS blue/white DuoX v2 Lite Aladdin XT (XenoChip) 4032/4064 Aladdin Advance v32/v64/+ ++/ Live AppleX Pro/V/VI VI Pro/ VII X-elixis Basic/Pro/Plus X-tasis Basic/Pro/Plus PC-BioXX OpenXbox NitroXX Xecuter Pro 2.0/2.1/2.2/2.3b Xecuter Lite Plus 2.0/2.2/2.3/2.3b X-B.I.T v1.0/v1.5 Akira v1/v2/v2se SpiderChip v1.0/v1.1 Chameleon v1.0/1.3/1.5/1.8 Picture v2.6CE Lite v2 GS white v2 GS blue v2-lite XT4064 Live: VII X-tasis Pro NitroXX 2.3b Pro 2.3b Lite+ v1.5 v2se v1.1 v1.5/v1.8 Developed by Team Xecuter Muppet Team Team Omega Team Omega XenoChip n/a Apple Chips Gr-Mods n/a Team Xecuter Team Xecuter Team DMS Akira SpiderChip Team Xodus Suggested retail price $30 $10 $10 $13 $11-30 $10-30 $30 30EUR $69 $40 (NoSolder Addon: +$24) $52 $28 $17 $35 $29 (solderless adaptor: +$15) Buy from USA/Canada Divineo.com Extreme-Mods ModchipStore Modchip.com Divineo.com ModchipStore Extreme-Mods Divineo.com ModchipStore Modchip.com Divineo.com Divineo.com Divineo.com apple-chip.com GrMods n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Buy from Europe MrModchip n/a MrModchip n/a MrModchip n/a apple-chip.com GrMods n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Buy from Rest of world Divineo.cn Divineo.cn Divineo.cn Divineo.cn Divineo.cn Divineo.cn apple-chip.com GrMods n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a TBA X2.0L, X2.1L, X2.2L, X2.3L, X2.3bL, X2.6L: disconitued released v1: disconitued released released v32: disconitued Pro/V/VI/VI Pro: disconitued released disconitued (replaced by SmartXX) disconitued (replaced by Xecuter3) disconitued (replaced by Xecuter Lite + Xapter) disconitued v1,v2 disconitued v1: disconitued disconitued (replaced by Xenium) X2.6CE L: released v2 blue/white: disconitued VII: released v2 GS blue/white released v64/+/++/Live: released v2se disconitued v1.1: disconitued (replaced by SpiderGX) How to tell if original or fake no clones no clones no clones no clones no clones many clones ... no info on how to recognise real one. 'Super Aladdin' chips are clones no clones no clones no clones Clone X2.2 Pro no clones no clones no clones no clones no clones Type standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone or as base for X-elixis Plug-Ins standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone standalone or as matrix/xodus addon originals original imports unsigned code debug backups macrovision off no-patch hack no-patch hack2 eject trick/fix VGA mode IGR LBA48 HDD swap Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Bios dependent (the newest bios releases can boot everything & have all hacks) Size of flash chip 1MB 1MB 1MB 512KB 256KB 256KB V: 256KB 256KB 1MB 1MB 1MB 2MB v1: 1MB 256KB 1MB Pro/VI/VI Pro/VII: 1MB v2, v2se: 512KB Pre-Flashed Bios X2.0L old: X-ecuter2 4973 X2.0L new and X2.1L: cromwell 1.8 X2.2L: Cromwell Flashbios 1.8 X2.3L, X2.3bL: Cromwell Flashbios 2.27 X2.6L: FlashBIOS v2.6, later v3.0.3 X2.6CE L: FlashBIOS v3.0.3 bank0: Evox M8 bank1: cromwell flashbios v1: Evox M7 or X2 bios v2 blue: Evox M8 on bank0 and M8_v16 on bank1 v2 GS blue X2 v1.0-5 (?) on bank 0 Evox M8 v1.0-6 on bank 1 v2 & v2 GS white: Cromwell Flashbios Evox M8 depends from which store you buy it depends from which store you buy it V/Pro/VI: some X2 bios - ask shop depends from which store you buy it none X2.0P old: no X2.0P new and X2.1P: cromwell 1.8 X2.2P: Cromwell Flashbios 1.8 X2.3bP: Cromwell Flashbios 2.27 X2.0L+: cromwell 1.8 X2.2L+: Cromwell Flashbios 1.8 X2.3L+, X2.3bL+: Cromwell Flashbios 2.27 no v1/v2 depends from which store you buy it v2se Akira Flashbios v1.0 SpiderChip Cromwell FlashBios v1.0 and v1.3: Cromwell Flashbios 1.8 v1.5 and v1.8: Cromwell Flashbios 2.27 VI Pro/V II: bank0: some X2 bios - ask shop bank1: EvoX M8_v16 MultiBios yes 2x512, 1x1024 yes 2x512KB v1: no no no no Pro/V: no Possible with X-Programmer Plug-In 2 x 256 , 1 x 256 + 1 x LPC modchip PC-BioXX & OpenXbox: possible yes 4x256, 2x512, 1x1024, 2x256 1x512 yes 2x512, 1x1024 yes 1x2048k, 2x1024k, 2x512k 1x1024k, 2x256k 1x512k 1x1024k, 4x256k 1x1024, 4x256k 2x512k v1: no no yes 4x256, 2x512, 2x512stealth, 1x1024, 1x256 1x512 v2 blue/white, v2 GS blue/white yes 2x512 VI/VI Pro/VII: yes 2x512 NitroXX: Yes 4x256 2x512 1x1024 v2, v2se: yes 2x256 1x512 Flash Upgradeble with PC via LPT possible (programmer sold separately) possible programmer not (yet) released. no no possible (programmer sold separately) v32, v64, +, ++: possible with separated programmer on version with socketed flash no no yes (internal) yes (external) possible (programmer not included) no no possible (programmer sold separately) possible (programmer not included) Live: pack with programmer available Flash Upgradeble with PC via USB no possible programmer not (yet) released. no no no no no no no no no yes (USB transfer speed higher on X-B.I.T v1.5) no possible (programmer sold separately) no Flash Upgradeble with Xbox software yes yes yes yes yes v32: no Pro: no yes no yes yes no (no program allowing it has been released so far ... unknown if technically possible) yes yes yes v64: possible problems +,++,LIVE: yes V/VI/VI Pro/VII: yes Possible to flash TSOP? possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible yes Software controllable modchip features no no no no no no no no no no no no no no yes Socketed chip? no yes no no yes v32, v64: version available with and without socket no X-tasis Basic, X-elixis Plus, X-tasis Basic: no no no no no v1, v2se: no no no +, ++, Live: yes X-tasis Pro, X-elixis Pro, X-tasis Plus: yes v2: yes Possible Flash addon no no no no no no no yes no no no no no no no Flash protection? yes no v1: yes no XT 4032: no v32: no Pro/V: yes no yes yes yes yes no no 256k protected in mode4 possible to add own witeprotect switch v2 blue/white, v2 GS blue/white: no XT 4064: yes v64, +, ++, Live: yes VI/VI Pro/VII: no Switch to onboard bios? yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Use of power/reset button for modchip features? possible 2 combinations yes 2 combinations yes 2 combinations yes 2 combinations XT 4032: yes: 2 combinations v32: yes 2 combinations yes 2 combinations no yes 2 combinations possible 2 combinations possible 2 combinations yes 2 combinations v1,v2: no no yes 3 combinations in mode4 only XT4064: yes: 3 combinations v64, +, ++, Live: yes 3 combinations v2se: yes 4 combinations External adaptor X2.0L possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible X2.0P yes X2.0L+ possible yes -bios selector -USB port -en/disbable -on/off led v1: yes -en/disbable yes -en/disable possible X2.1L, X2.2L, X2.3L, X2.3bLyes -bios bank selector -en/disable -flash protection -on/off led X2.1P, X2.2P, X2.3bP yes -bios selector -LTP port -en/disable -flash protection -on/off led X2.2L+, X2.3L+, X2.3bL+ yes -bios selector -en/disable -flash protection -on/off led v2: possible X2.6: -bios bank selector -en/disable -flash protection -bios bank led -on/off led -flash protection led -on/off led switch v2se: no HDD led possible yes possible possible possible v32, +: possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible v64, ++, Live: yes LAN led possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible possible LCD screen addon no no no no XT 4032: no no no no no no no no no no no XT 4064: yes Xbox v1.0 yes yes yes yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes yes yes yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version - ok for v2se) yes yes Xbox v1.1 yes yes yes yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes yes yes yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version - ok for v2se) yes yes Xbox v1.2 yes yes yes yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes yes X2.0L+: no yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version - ok for v2se) yes yes X2.2L+, X2.3L+, X2.3bL+: yes Xbox v1.3 X2.0L, X2.1L: no yes yes yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes X-elixis Basic, X-elixis Pro: no no X2.0P, X2.1P: no X2.0L+: no yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version - ok for v2se) yes cham v1.0: no X2.2L, X2.3L, X2.3bL, X2.6L, X2.6CE L: yes X-tasis Basic, X-tasis Pro, X-tasis Plus, X-elixis Plus: yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) X2.2P, X2.3bP: yes X2.2L+, X2.3L+, X2.3bL+: yes cham v1.3, v1.5, v1.8: yes Xbox v1.4 X2.0L, X2.1L: no yes yes yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) Pro: no X-elixis Basic, X-elixis Pro: no no X2.0P, X2.1P: no X2.0L+: no yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version - ok for v2se) yes cham v1.0: no X2.2L: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. X2.2L+: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. cham v1.3: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. X2.3L, X2.3bL, X2.6L, X2.6CE L: yes V/VI/VI Pro/ VII: yes X-tasis Basic, X-tasis Pro, X-tasis Plus, X-elixis Plus: yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) X2.2P, X2.3bP: yes X2.3L+, X2.3bL+: yes cham v1.5, v1.8: yes Xbox v1.5 X2.0L, X2.1L: no yes yes yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) Pro: no X-elixis Basic, X-elixis Pro: no no X2.0P, X2.1P: no X2.0L+: no yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version - ok for v2se) yes cham v1.0: no X2.2L: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. X2.2L+: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. cham v1.3: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. X2.3L, X2.3bL, X2.6L, X2.6CE L: yes V/VI/VI Pro/VII: yes X-tasis Basic, X-tasis Pro, X-tasis Plus, X-elixis Plus: yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) X2.2P, X2.3bP: yes X2.3L+, X2.3bL+: yes cham v1.5, v1.8: yes Xbox v1.6 X2.0L, X2.1L: no yes v1: no yes yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) Pro/V/VI: no X-elixis Basic, X-elixis Pro, X-tasis Basic, X-tasis Pro, X-elixis Plus: no no X2.0P, X2.1P: no X2.0L+ X2.2L+ X2.3L+ X2.3bL+: no yes (not solderless) yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version - ok for v2se) yes cham v1.0: no X2.2L, X2.3L, X2.3bL: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. v2 blue/white, v2 GS blue/white: yes VI Pro/VII: yes X-tasis Plus: yes (make sure you get one with correct bios preflashed for your xbox version) X2.2P, X2.3bP: yes cham v1.3, v1.5, v1.8: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. X2.6L, X2.6CE L: yes Xbox v1.6b X2.0L, X2.1L: no Hardware: yes Pre-flashed bios: ask shop v1: no yes Hardware: yes Pre-flashed bios: ask shop Hardware: yes Pre-flashed bios: ask shop Pro/V/VI: no X-elixis Basic, X-elixis Pro, X-tasis Basic, X-tasis Pro, X-elixis Plus: no no X2.0P, X2.1P: no X2.0L+ X2.2L+ X2.3L+ X2.3bL+: no yes (not solderless) v1, v2: Hardware: yes Pre-flashed bios: ask shop v1.0 Hardware: yes Pre-flashed bios: ask shop cham v1.0: no X2.2L, X2.3L, X2.3bL: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. cham v1.3, v1.5, v1.8: hardware yes, but preflashed bios not, so you need programmer (sold separately) or hotswap or ask shop it preflash it with newer bios. X2.6L: yes if preflashed with FlashBios v3.0.3+ v2 blue/white: Hardware: yes Pre-flashed bios: ask shop VI Pro/VII: Hardware: yes Pre-flashed bios: ask shop X-tasis Plus: Hardware: yes Pre-flashed bios: ask shop X2.2P, X2.3bP: yes v1.1 yes X2.6CE L: yes v2 GS blue/white yes v2se: yes Install methods * Wires * HeaderPin * NoSolder v1.0-v1.5 (sold separately) * HeaderPin * Wires * Wires * QuickSolder * Headerpin (not preinstalled) * Wires * QuickSolder * v1.6-QuickSolder * Headerpin (not preinstalled) 4032, 4064 1st gen: * Wires * QuickSolder v32, v64,+: * QuickSolder * Wires * QuickSolder * Wires * QuickSolder * Wires * Wires * Wires * HeaderPin * NoSolder v1.0-v1.5 (sold separately) * HeaderPin * NoSolder v1.0-v1.5 * Wires * HeaderPin * NoSolder v1.0-v1.5 v1: * HeaderPin * On/Off switch * HeaderPin * NoSolder v1.0-v1.5 * NoSolder v1.6/v1.6b * QuickSolder * HeaderPin * As Xodus/Matrix addon * NoSolder v1.0-v1.5 (sold separately) 4064 2nd gen: * Wires * QuickSolder * Headerpin ++, Live: * QuickSolder * Wires * HeaderPin * Wires * HeaderPin * NoSolder v1.0-v1.5 * 9-wire installkit for v1.6 v2: * Headerpin v2se: * Headerpin * v1.6x LPC rebuild PCB #chips on mod/type 3/pcb 2/pcb v1, v2 blue/white: 3/pcb v2 GS blue/white 2/pcb 2/pcb 2/pcb 2/pcb 3/pcb 2/flexible pcb 2/pcb 4/pcb 3/pcb 4/pcb 2/pcb 2/pcb 3/pcb Diagrams/manuals official guide pin-header wires pogopin Xbox v1.6 guide Alternate v5 for Xbox v1.6 Xbox v1.6 guide for X2.3bL X2 programmer guide Xapter Installation Flashbios guide Create ISO''s using Qwix Xbox v1.0-1.1 Xbox v1.2-1.5 Xbox v1.6-v1.6b DuoX v1 Xbox v1.0 Xbox v1.1 Xbox v1.2-v1.3 Xbox v1.4 Xbox v1.5 DuoX v2 DuoX v2-white Xbox v1.0 Xbox v1.1 Xbox v1.2-3 Xbox v1.4 Xbox v1.5 Xbox v1.6 DuoX v2 GS Blue Xbox v1.0 Xbox v1.1 Xbox v1.2-3 Xbox v1.4 Xbox v1.5 Xbox v1.6 DuoX v2 GS White Xbox v1.0 Xbox v1.1 Xbox v1.2-3 Xbox v1.4 Xbox v1.5 Xbox v1.6 Soldering pin socket to chip Xbox v1.0 Xbox v1.1 Xbox v1.2-v1.3 Xbox v1.4 Xbox v1.5 Xbox v1.6 Soldering pin socket to chip diagrams for v1.0-v1.6 diagram for v1.0-v1.1 diagram for v1.2-v1.5 extra diagram for v1.5 diagram for v1.6 diagram for v1.2-v1.6 Pro: Xbox v1.0 - v1.1 Xbox v1.2 - v1.3 Alt. D0 V: Xbox v1.0- v1.1 Xbox v1.2 - v1.4 Xbox v1.5 VI: Xbox v1.0- v1.1 Xbox v1.2 - v1.4 Xbox v1.5 VI Pro: Xbox v1.0- v1.1 Xbox v1.2 - v1.4 Xbox v1.5 Xbox v1.6 VII: v1.0-v1.1 v1.2-v1.4 v1.5 v1.6 X-elixis Plug-In Standalone Modchip Guide 1 Guide 2 official installation guide pin-header wires pogopin flash switches official guide Flashbios guide Create ISO''s using Qwix official installation guide official guide X2 programmer guide Flashbios guide Create ISO''s using Qwix Pogo-Pin Pin-Header Wires Power-Button Bios Selection Akira install tutorial Akira2 install guide for Xbox v1.0-v1.4 install guide for Xbox v1.5 Akira2se install guide for Xbox v1.0v-1.5 instal guide for Xbox v1.6x Loading / Usage instructions Flashing the User Bios Installer Flash Mode SpiderChip v1.0 Xbox v1.0 - 1.6b manual SpiderChip v1.1 Xbox v1.0 - v1.6b manual pin-header solderless adaptor matrix addon quick-solder user guide Pictures Xecuter2.x Lite pictures Xapter pictures MuppetX pictures DuoX v1/v2 pictures DuoX v2 GS pictures DuoX lite pictures Aladdin XT pictures Aladdin Advance pictures AppleX pictures X-elixis and X-tasis pictures OpenXbox, PC- BioXX, NitroXX pictures Xecuter 2.x Pro pictures Xecuter 2.x Lite Plus pictures X-BIT pictures Akira pictures SpiderChip pictures Chameleon pictures
  20. These are non-flashable LPC Modchips MODCHIPS GeNeRaTioN.3a features/modchips Xecuter 1.0 & 1.1 Xtrmod 1.3 beta X-Cutor Dia-X-ecuter SmartBox Pro Aladdin Pandora2 website here here here suggested retail price n/a $15-25 n/a buy n/a here n/a TBA discontinued released discontinued type standalone standalone standalone originals original imports unsigned code debug backups macrovision off no-patch hack no-patch hack2 eject trick/fix VGA mode IGR LBA48 HDD swap preflashed with Xecuter1 bios (see full features of this bios) preflashed with Xecuter2 4977 bios (see full features of this bios) preflashed with evox2.3 bios (see full features of this bios) max flash size - - - MultiBios no no no Flash Upgradeble with PC via LPT/USB no no no Flash Upgradeble with Xbox software no no no Possible to flash TSOP? no no no Software controllable modchip features no no no Socketed chip ? no no yes Flash protection? - - - switch to TSOP bios? yes yes possible Use of power/reset button for modchip features? no no no external adaptor possible possible possible HDD led possible possible possible xbox v1.0 yes yes yes xbox v1.1 no yes yes xbox v1.2 no yes yes xbox v1.3 no yes no xbox v1.4 no no no xbox v1.5 no no no xbox v1.6 no no no #wires 1 1 1 #solderpoints 11 11 10 #solderpoints on xboxboard 10 10 9 #chips on mod/type 2/pcb 2/pcb 1/pcb diagrams/manual view download view pictures view n/a view
  21. MODCHIPS GeNeRaTioN.2 features/modchips MessiahX TitanX Pandora1 website here here / here here type standalone standalone standalone originals yes yes yes original imports yes yes yes unsigned code yes yes yes debug executables no no no backups yes yes yes Macrovision off yes yes yes no-patch hack yes yes yes eject trick no no yes HDD swap (EvoX) no no no BIOS version detection yes no no max flash size - - - Pre-Flashed Bios yes yes yes MultiBios no no no Flash Upgradeble with PC via LPT no no no Flash Upgradeble with Xbox software no no no Possible to flash onboard chip? yes yes yes Socketed chip? no no no Flash protection? - - - switch to retail bios? possible possible possible xbox v1.0 yes yes yes xbox v1.1 no no no xbox v1.2 no no no xbox v1.3 no no no xbox v1.4 no no no xbox v1.5 no no no xbox v1.6 no no no #wires 11 11 11 #solderpoints 23 24 24 #solderpoints on xboxboard 11 11 11 #chips on mod/type 1/pcb 1/bare 1/bare lik-sang price $49 $40 $39 buy unavailable unavailable buy now TBA released released released diagrams view view view pictures view view view special comments based on enigmah First 2nd-generation modchip released.
  22. MODCHIPS GeNeRaTioN.1 features/modchips Enigmah Xtender HomeBrew Modchip (XIOS & Devilmod) RegionFree website here / here here N/A here type standalone standalone standalone standalone originals yes yes Bios dependent yes original imports yes yes Bios dependent no unsigned code yes yes Bios dependent no debug executables no no Bios dependent no backups yes yes Bios dependent no Macrovision off final+ 1.0: no 1.1: yes Bios dependent no no-patch hack final+ 1.0: no 1.1: yes Bios dependent no eject trick beta: yes final: no v1.0: yes v1.1: no Bios dependent no HDD swap (EvoX) no no Bios dependent no max flash size - - - - Pre-Flashed Bios yes yes yes - MultiBios no no possible - Flash Upgradeble with PC via LPT no no no - Flash Upgradeble with Xbox software no no no - Possible to flash onboard chip? yes yes yes - Socketed chip? no no possible - Flash protection? - - - - BIOS version detection no(jumper) yes yes yes DVD reset (movies) yes(soft) yes(soft) yes(soft) yes(hard) switch to retail BIOS? possible possible possible - xbox v1.0 yes yes yes yes xbox v1.1 no no yes yes xbox v1.2 no no yes ? xbox v1.3 no no yes ? xbox v1.4 no no yes ? xbox v1.5 no no yes ? xbox v1.6 no no ? ? #wires 29 29 29 5 #solderpoints 59 58 58 10 #solderpoints on xboxboard 29 29 29 5 #chips on mod/type 1/pcb 2/pcb 1/- 1/bare lik-sang price $29 $29 n/a n/a buy buy now unavailable n/a - XIOS - n/a hexcode TBA released released released released diagrams enigmah final view enigmah final with pcb-error view download enigmah beta view download view download view here pictures view view n/a n/a special comments - - tutorial how to make homebrew mod here several commercial homebrew mods : XIOS (pcb , available with xt1.1 , evo2.1 evo2.2) DevilMod (pcb , with BIOS switch , available with xt1.1 , evo2.1 & evo2.2) -

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