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  1. >Easy XDK Installer V1.4.1< "Legitimate Edition" ------------------------------------------------------------- This is an easy way to turn your retail console into a debug kit. There are two main options: 1. Install the XDK dashboard as an "app", meaning that you will have the option to load the dash as an app which will be marked "XDK Launcher" in your apps list. This will boot the dash by booting a Debug version of Cerbios through PBL, which forces the load of the XDK dashboard. 2 "Standalone mode" wipes your C and E partitions and turns the console into a full-on debug kit. The installer also provides the means to flash a debug enabled Cerbios bios through this option. This should cover most case uses. However I will add features and modify the installer over time as I receive feedback. Also included is every single piece of software imaginable on the PC side. Everything from Windows XP itself, to Visual Studio 2003, to the XDK installer, and of course, the VMWare image is linked below. The XDK version numbers are a lie. 5849.16 is the latest version of the XDK. Please remember to download and install the virtualbox additions ISO. This makes the VM experience much more pleasurable and XP is better able to work with the VM software, also installing graphics drivers! I also invite you to try to use this installer after creating yourself a fully fledged development kit. It works perfectly for mine! Please do not use vx.dxt in your "DXT" folder. It serves no purpose and causes some things to not load and to crash. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Installer Link: Drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VthT4LHLhR7Ds8fAff04eA4uLNe4-Xht/view?usp=drive_link VMWare XDK Image Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Du_3Fk0s2gIYu9DBbMXabJiMSRf8KSK5/view?usp=drive_link VirtualBox Additions ISO: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xXHHs7lNT9WeB_wWceMRpxi6a2CDtYu5/view?usp=drive_link -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.4.1 -Changed XML commentary, installer messaging and structure, as well as finishing readme's for each section and adding further explanation of operations so that people can have a better understanding of what is being done and how. -Added ability to say no to flashing Cerbios at the end of the Standalone installs. It is a hardcoded debug bios that is flashed. However, there is a debug ini that is installed anyway, so if you don't want to flash a hardcoded debug Cerbios for any reason, you will be given the choice not to flash and the debug ini will still enable you to boot into the XDK launcher. -Fixed a bug that copied the incorrect bios to HDD when selecting option to flash back to retail bios under "Back to Retail" section. 1.4.0. - Fixed a few more videos. DAMN XMV files. -.- - Added a boot menu where you have the option to launch this installer in different modes: -- Non BFM DHCP mode (Default!). -- Non BFM Static IP mode. -- BFM DHCP mode. -- BFM Static IP mode. - This disc and all the XBE's are now usable with the ENDGAME DVD Launcher if needed. - Added the option to install the 5849 XDB for XBox as App and Standalone. You now have the option to use use 4627 or 5849 as an App or Standalone if you like. -Removed vx.dxt (VerifierX) from 5849 XDK installs. It causes crashes with things like XBlast and PBL. It was causing the installer to crash when flashing with XBlast and trying to use the PBL "Retail" mode in the XDK Launcher.
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  3. Thanks to einsteinx2 over at ObscureGamers for upping original scene releases of some XDKs & recoveries, I've put those together with some other ones I've collected over the years, you can find them at https://mega.nz/#F!tL4HDI7J!FN6cLvccOSvXkomVrcyDhQ Collection includes: Still lots of XDKs that were released that are missing though, hopefully they'll show up one day

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