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  1. Hey Guys, I got a list of stuff Odd and Ends here that needs to go. Xbox, Dreamcast, GameCube stuff. I only have a limited supply of it. Once its gone its gone for good. I accept PayPal, please direct message me if you want to buy something and ill give you a shipping rate based on your address, super easy. Used Debug Shelled, upgraded 128mb Ram v1.0 Xbox -$350CAD Original Xbox Debug Kit Shell. Motherboard Rev. 1.0. 128mb ram upgraded board (Not Original Debug Board). Delta 1.0 NTSC PSU. TSOP Ind-Bios. Thompson DVD drive. 8gb stock hard drive. Software Details: Original Microsoft Dashboard Commentary: Missing its original Debug hardware (but can be converted with the right knowledge with current parts) The Motherboard used in this console is in immaculate condition. Clock cap was removed and CPU caps replaced. Original 1.0 fan heat sink was removed and replaced with a 1.1/1.6 heat sink. CPU and GPU was re-pasted. Some scrapes to the bottom of the shell and small scratches and one small stress crack on top shell. Rubber Feet Missing. [Added my own custom rubber feet]. Shielding Intact. New IcedCube Gamecube Shell, Metallic Blue -$300CAD Details: Full GameCube Shell Replacement Never been mounted or used. Brand New In-Box Condition (other than taking it out for Photos). Hard to Find IcedCube Shells. Comes with all Stickers and parts. Perfect Combo with Qoob Pro or Viper. New/Opened SEGA DreamCast GDEMU Pro v5.56 [Black] + SD Extender -$80CAD GDEMU PRO Optical Drive Simulation Board for SEGA Dreamcast DC VA1 SD Extension GDEMU is a SD card based replacement for the optical drive in Dreamcast console. GD-ROM / CD-ROM drives inevitably wear out and fail – as do all mechanical devices – and since the console is no longer being manufactured it’s nearly impossible to source spare parts. This project was meant to provide a “once and for all” solution, since it doesn’t have any moving parts. Features Replace your faulty GDROM Drive with a Solid State Optical Drive Emulation Board. Easy to install, the original optical drive seat can be removed and replaced with GDEMU, no welding, no modification to the machine board. Only suitable for VA1 motherboard DC Game machine, otherwise will damage GDEMU and do not plug in or pull with electricity 100% compatible with game, perfect running original GDI image, and compatible with CDI image. Note: please don't upgrade the firmware, it is the latest firmware version, and it will be permanently bricked if you upgrade the firmware. Package Contents 1 x GDEMU PRO Optical Drive Board 1 x SD Card Extension Cable New Sick Mods Xerc CME Bundle [OG Xbox] -$60CAD Quanity Left: 2 Install Tutorial: https://www.ogxbox.com/forums/index.php?/topic/1295-n163lph03n1xs-xerc-cme-case-modders-edition-installation/ Installation Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrbh8Phqy3s Preview Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8XS_frnGgI&t=7s Features Power Console On and Off via Xbox remote. Eject or close DVD tray on the fly with remote. Audio LED pulsation, LED's pulse to the sound of your Xbox. Remote configuration, setup and configure the buttons the way you want. LED chaser Mode, toggle through modes changes the LED chase patterns with remote. Speed up or Slow down led sequence. SmartXX OS boot Support Connects to MS DVD Dongle internally for menu browsing with remote (Perfect for XBMC media) N64 Freaks Xerc 2XE [OG Xbox] Used - $20CAD/ New -$25CAD New Quantity 3 Left Used Quantity: 4 Left The XERC 2 XE is a small device which allows you to turn your Xbox on and off with your remote control. You can also eject and emulate long and short power presses. The XERC can be configured to work with many different remotes, and you can change the button setup at any time without opening your Xbox. It also includes a bonus LED Fader feature on the status light. The IR Receiver is included. Features Pulse fading Xbox Eject/PowerLED Power Console On and Off via Xbox remote. Eject or close DVD tray on the fly with remote. Remote configuration, setup and configure the buttons the way you want. SmartXX OS boot Support Connects to MS DVD Dongle internally for menu browsing with remote (Perfect for XBMC media) New PulseVU 2X [OG Xbox] - $25CAD Quantity: 2 Left This device pulses any LEDs you connect to it with the beat of the music coming from your console. It can also has all the features of the SICKmods Fader and works on the original "Fat" Xbox360's Ring-of-Light. This device works with up to 150+ LEDs. 17 different modes allow you to set your LEDs to the VU mode, fader, dim, solid on, off, or any combination of those. Change modes easily by using an existing button on your console, rather than opening your console each time or installing another switch. A Quick Disable feature lets you quickly turn off your LEDs and then quickly turn them back on at a later time. This works best on 1.6 revision Xbox motherboards due to their standby power always being active. Face Plate LED Bars [OG Xbox]Colors: [Blue Black Green] - $10CAD Blue quantity: 11 Black quantity: 8 Green quantity: 10 This device is used inside the OG Xbox's front face plate to allow under glow in front of the Xbox. Soldering is required to install up to 11 LEDs per bar with Resistors in Series or Parallel. Bars will need to be rigged up to a 5V source coming from the Xbox. Two Bars = 1 Set/1 Xbox for $10 CAD. Comes in Blue Black or Green PCBs. 2TB SATA Hard Drive [OG Xbox] Lineberry Build - $250 2 Terrabyte filled Xbox Hard Drive Ready to go into an Original Xbox with a IDE to SATA adapter [Not Included] Xbox drive Includes a full library of Xbox Games, Homebrew, Emulators & roms, Dynamically setup by LineBerry XBMC4Gamers Dashboard. Note: Drive is Unlocked and will need a modchip or Tsop to use. Please Message me for Inquires N163LPH03N1X
  2. Hey guys, So I have a project where I was able to come in possession of what im assuming to be a original Xbox test kit motherboard. The reason I say this is because it is an xbox motherboard with an MCPX X2 as appose to the X3 and yet it only has 64mb of ram soldered to it. It also looks like one of the previous owners tried to run Hexen and flash a retail bios on it since the solder points have been connected. Since (I'm assuming) it has a retail bios loaded on it it wont boot due to the lack of hidden boot sector in the X2. Ive finally fixed some OpenXeniums ive been working on so I have access to a couple modchips that can fit 1mb bioses in them. I am wondering, with the lack of 128mb of ram on the board, does anyone know if the development bioses will still boot to a screen showing something at least like the startup animation? I would like to see if the board is at least still functional with a proper bios and not completely nuked since it is currently in a state of FRAG that I hope is due to a retail BIOS being flashed on there. Thanks
  3. HeXEn_v0_99B11-22b Heimdall's Xbox Engineering Disc ____________________________________________________________________ This disc is an ALL-IN-ONE solution for modded original Xbox consoles. It is compatible with all types of mod setups like Mod Chips, TSOP mods and Softmods. This disc will also allow you to Flash your TSOP or Mod Chip with a new BIOS, upgrade your HDD on chipped or TSOP'd Xbox, back up EEPROM, restore or upgrade softmod and TSOP/chipped system files, setup DUAL-BOOT softmods, switch NTSC/PAL video modes and install all the important homebrew Xbox programs all on one disc. Also contains stock MSdash files, Ndure toolset and exploited games saves to softmod your non-modded system. ____________________________________ How to Use 1. Click Download link Below 2. Extract .RAR file using WinRAR or 7ZIP 3. a) Burn .ISO file to either DVD or CD using PowerISO or another similar program AT THE LOWEST SPEED POSSIBLE!! 3. b) Extract contents of .ISO with PowerISO and use FileZilla to FTP the contents to your Apps folder. ________________________________________________________ VIDEO: ___________________________________________________________________________________ Download http://www.mediafire.com/file/byw2dubylc6cl4e/HeXEn_v0_99B11-22.rar No virus scan required as there are no executable files contained within the download. THANK YOU!
  4. Just picked up a few xboxes and some extras. Among the extras was an Xbit 1..5 chip. Id like to test it and find out if it works. But im not finding any info on how to install it anywhere. Does anyone have any info on the chip and maybe an install/Flashing guide? would be much appreciated, as this will be my First chip install!!
  5. Hello all, I am in the process of getting my old modded Xbox back up and running. It is a v1.6 xbox with a Xenium modchip in it. I am running into a problem. If I boot into the xenium dash, it doesn't register any controller input (I am using an aftermarket controller I couldn't find the actual Microsoft one). If I log into the xecutor dash instead, the controller works perfectly fine, no issues. Any ideas what could be going on? Not sure if it matters however the system does have a bad DVD disk drive in it, the board that the eject motor is on is somehow cracked in half and always reads open tray (still trying to find a replacement for cheap) could that have something to do with it? It just doesn't make sense to me that the controller works in the normal dashboard, just not the xenium one where you can lock/unlock the drive, pretty much the setup stuff for the modchip. Also, whenever I try to access the original legit Xbox dashboard, it will load up then pop up an error saying unable to connect to xbox live and it kicks me back to the executor dash.
  6. This is a guide for anyone out there who may have an old mod chipped system and decides they want to Flash the TSOP and get rid of the mod chip. For Xbox revisions 1.0 to 1.5 only. I've had my v1.1 Xbox since almost launch (in Australia) the box has served me well for over 17 years. Had it modded by a guy we found in the newspaper. Just some small maintenance along the journey - refurbish the DVD drive (Samsung), fix trace corrosion and remove the clock capacitor. Now it was time to say goodbye to the Aladdin Advance. This may not be the quickest way, but I think it would be one of the safest. Full backup of all partitions on my PC Backup of EEPROM (Through Evox Dash) - Send to PC Backup of HDD EEPROM through Config Magic(different to the Evox Backup?) - Send to PC Locked the HDD to the Xbox via ConfigMagic or Evox Dash etc Softmodded with Slayers 3.3 - C drive no virtual Removed Aladdin Advance mod chip - mine was soldered directly to MB so be careful when removing. I accidently broke off the C702 component and had to solder back on. Soldered the correct TSOP write points for my Xbox revision - For Reference https://www.ogxbox.com/forums/index.php?/topic/20-tsop-flash-guide/ Checked BIOS with Bios checker on AutoInstallerDeluxe 4.5.3 TSOP confirmed writable. It will say 'TSOP?' up the top of the screen Ran TruHexen 2020, flash bios the correct BIOS to TSOP depending on revision - v1.0 & v1.1 can support up to 1MB Bios, v1.2-v1.5 can support 256KB Bios - M8 Plus.67 is safest Ran option 3.5.2 on TruHexen2020 - clean C after TSOP - To remove Softmod Reformatted F and G drives with XBpartioner 1.3 - ensuring they show the full and correct amount in File Explorer/Your dash of choice Delete contents of C and E partitions via FTP, and FTP over original C and E contents, reboot the Xbox FTP all F and G data back to the Xbox. For a video of the TSOP solder and flash process - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIw8k5areQg&t=126s Hopefully this will help someone in the future. Thanks
  7. https://mega.nz/#!Sp8BxSYI!JcMWsvb8MmQAZYdPgxXil2TSFoo2qG5A3fj1t5Oa_Ng xerc2xe enjoy Xerc2xe-Bluemeanie23.rar
  8. Hi, thought I'd share a quick story about picking up a faulty xbox I got it to work easily by replacing the 5 x 1500uf capacitors (common fix) I was surprised to find a different modchip than the good old aladdin. It is an Apple-X VI which is supposed to have 2 x 512kb banks according to https://www.ogxbox.com/forums/index.php?/topic/17-modchips-generation-3b-from-xbox-scenecom/ However I could not flash a bios any bigger than 256kb on each of the bank. Not a biggie as the onboard tsop can support 1mb. Booting from the onboard tsop by pressing the eject button and from the modchip by pressing the power button.
  9. xenomodchip/ aladdin modchip gerbers 1.0.0 About This File please note some renaming/modification of files may be needed to be viewed as they be old as fudge Aladdin Aladdin + Aladdin++ enjoy xenopcbs1of3.zip
  10. Hello you all, I had an idea, that involved getting an Aladdin XT 4032, and replacing the Lattice chip with an LC4064V one. I was wondering, that after flashing the chip with a JTAG programmer, that the chip would function similarly to an Aladdin Xt 4064, or not. I don't want to go into this, and end up wasting a few dollars, because I didn't ask for help before doing this.
  11. When I first thought about doing this I never expected it would come together... None of this would have been possible without Ryzee119's work on the CPLD firmware! For more details please visit my Main thread over at EmuXtras: https://www.emuxtras.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=187&t=6786 Quick demonstration of adding bios from a USB device, dimming feature and full RGB front panel and controller ports. NOTE: Due to poor lighting it is difficult to distinguish between some colors: "Green and Amber", "Cyan and White"... Sales/Pre-Orders Payments made through PayPal... Standard Xenium Bundle: $60 AUD + Shipping ($40 USD / €37 EUR *approx.) Premium Xenium Bundle: $80 AUD + Shipping ($54 USD / €49 EUR *approx.) Massive Xenium Bundle: $100 AUD + Shipping ($86 USD / €62 EUR *approx.) * Prices may vary depending on international exchange rates. For sales and general inquiries you can contact me via, Email: XeniumMods@gmail.com Discord: https://discord.gg/g9RJnRb Shipping Local postage within "Australia": Standard Postage = $8.95 AUD Express Postage = $11.95 AUD International shipping from "Australia" available! Shipping to the USA\Canada: Standard Shipping = $24.00 AUD Express Shipping = $39.00 AUD Known Issues Links to Ryzee119's GitHub in regards to known issues... XeniumOS hangs without DVD drive (Ryzee119) XeniumOS graphical issue on v1.6 Xboxes (Ryzee119) Guides/Manuals Below are a collection of links that I thought are still relevant for various installations, The "Quick Solder Install Manual" is included even though I wouldn't recommend it. Would like to create some new manuals particularly for the RGB and LPC mods... Xbox Version Detection Guide (Xbox-Scene) BIOS Variants and Features (Reddit) Xenium - Total Noobs Guide (cap269) Creating Bios CD Manual (TeamXodus) Locating the LPC & D0 Point (TeamXodus) Pinheader Install Manual (TeamXodus) Quick Solder Install Manual (TeamXodus) v1.6 Install Manual (TeamXodus) Xenium Update Manual (TeamXodus) Xenium v2.0 User Manual (TeamXodus) Availability Bundle Availability: Standalone Bundle = 16 sets Premium Bundle = 15 sets - 2 sold Massive Bundle = 14 sets - 4 sold Mod-Chip Color Availability: Blue Mod-Chip = 25 pieces - 3 sold Black Mod-Chip = 10 pieces - 2 sold White Mod-Chip = 10 pieces - 1 sold Xenium Bundles The below bundles include everything one would need for a complete installation, A basic 30 to 40 watt soldering iron should be more than enough for the job. The RGB controller ports require some cutting, I would really recommend a cheap Dremel knock off from your local hardware store with a cutting wheel/blade... Standalone Xenium Bundle 1x Xenium ClassicICE Modchip (Blue, Black or White) 1x 2x6pin Male Pin Header 2x SH 2pin 100mm "DIY" Cables 1x XeniumUSB Adapter (Blue Only) 1x XeniumLPC, either for v1.0-1.5 or v1.6 (Green Only) 1x Complementary "Xenium" Sticker Premium Xenium Bundle 1x Xenium ClassicICE Modchip (Blue, Black or White) 1x 2x6pin Male Pin Header 2x SH 2pin 100mm "DIY" Cables 1x XeniumRGB Front Panel (Blue Only) 1x SH 10pin 300mm Cable (White Only) 1x SH 6pin to PHD 2x10pin Cable 1x XeniumUSB Adapter (Blue Only) 1x XeniumLPC, either for v1.0-1.5 or v1.6 (Green Only) 1x Complementary "Xenium" Sticker Massive Xenium Bundle 1x Xenium ClassicICE Modchip (Blue, Black or White) 1x 2x6pin Male Pin Header 2x SH 2pin 100mm "DIY" Cables 1x XeniumRGB Front Panel (Blue Only) 1x SH 10pin 300mm Cable (White Only) 1x SH 6pin to PHD 2x10pin Cable 2x XeniumRGB Controller Ports (Blue Only) 2x SH 4pin 100mm "DIY" Cables 2x 150mm Lengths of Kynar Wire 2x XeniumUSB Adapters (Blue Only) 2x XeniumLPC, both for v1.0-1.5 and v1.6 (Green Only) 2x Complementary "Xenium" Stickers Accessories XeniumRGB Is a set of modules for RGB lighting with the aim for an easy install which should look like the above demonstration. The front panel also acts as a breakout board for the RGB ports and other mods, the RGB controller port modules are design to be directly soldered to the shielding. RGB Front Panel (Front) RGB Controller Ports (Pair) XeniumUSB A cable-less alternative way to convert a xbox port to USB which will be a standard inclusion with the modchip. XeniumLPC Are a pair of modules to aid with the installation of the modchip, also a standard inclusion. LPC for Xbox versions 1.0-1.5 (Left), Rebuild LPC for Xbox version 1.6 (Right) Original Comparison
  12. So I have a v1.6 softmodded system currently. Do I need to uninstall my softmod if I want to install an Aladdin XT chip? I want to upgrade my system to a 2TB SATA drive. I'm convinced this would be safer for the Xbox's longevity. After I get the Aladdin installed, can I just swap to the 2TB drive, and use Hexen to format the drive as a fresh system?
  13. Hi all, Over the past few months I have painstakely reverse engineered the Team Xodus Xenium modchip's CPLD and written a complete open source replacement. I call it OpenXenium. https://github.com/Ryzee119/OpenXenium It has full support for XeniumOS and its features. Repo will list them. The Xenium CPLD is normally read protected to prevent clones. This project did not attempt to break that protection, instead I determined the behavioral properties of the CPLD to write my own VHDL source code. Check the repo out! there is a few xenium related tools that may even help people with a genuine Xenium! Hopefully this will help with LPC related CPLD projects people may have in mind too. Enjoy! Ryan
  14. Hi; About two years ago I bought this used ModChip for 10 USD, but I really don't know what kind of Aladdin version is, It's my knowledge that Aladdin ModChips have a lot of versions so I need your help people to identify it, and if you can or have it, I need install instructions too, please, I remember that this chip can be compatible whit all motherboard versions of original Xbox, and I remember that actually we don't need too much points to install this kind of chip (Aladdin) to make all the steps for have a mod original Xbox because there's no more Xbox Live (for example) for this wonderful console, but I'm only speculating based in my memories, you're the experts, I really appreciate your help and time
  15. Hi I have installed my Aladdin xt today. I didn't expect to run into any issues as seems simple enough and I can solder small things neatly as I'm used to modifying car ECUs. I think where I have an issue is the d0 wire, none of the guides actually show it connected not can I find an image online. The guide I've followed seems to say connect the d0 point on the board to ground. I have done this I think. Please see my picture and it causes my Xbox to not boot just flashes red light. Please can someone help me with where it needs to connect to
  16. i did my 1st hard mod on a xbox today. i used an alladin modchip on a v1.4. the modchip wouldn't even go on because a cap was in the way so i heated the solder on the cap and leaned it back until it was hitting the cap behind it. now the modchip will go on but it is rubbing against the cap. i think it will eventually cause a problem. how can i fix this issue?
  17. I"m seeking advice on upgrading the Bios on my original Xbox due a larger hard drive installed which also needs a 32k cluster size. Therefore I'm after a better and known BIOS which has LBA48 (+137GB) and only enables partition6 (f:). Xbox info (Known) Console model: v1 (0a) Mod chip: Super Aladdin Live Hard drive WD 500GB (PATA) *NOS DVD: Thomson (yuck!) so little luck making it boot CD/DVDs Kernel Version: 1.0.4981.6 Current Bios: Unknown - possibility custom (Xecuter2 4981) Currently the xbox HD is formatted 16k cluster size and I am experiencing issues in relation to this and want it to be 32k. When I run XBPartitioner to correct this, it displays: Therefore I just need a more recent bios with LBA48 v2+ that also keeps other feature like In Game Reset (IGR) Which is why I'm asking this question to you. From my research I've learnt that for BIOS that enables partition #6 is labelled as x.06 for both partitions #6 and #7 is x.67. I've read that Aladdin (mod chips) will only take 256k (default). Inside the xbox is the Super Aladdin Live and know little about chip size or amount of banks as only I've found was on the knightdiscount website. Since my xbox possible has Xecuter2 4981, thought these would be go choice: Xecuter2 4983 however after looking at: I have been look a the All Retail Bios Information chart on this forum. All I know if I flash the wrong bios I'll have to re-flash it with hardware I just don't have. Thanks in advance!
  18. gerber files for xblast lc4032 type modchip. program lattice with xladdin xblast svf. program 49lf080a with 512, 256, and xblast os = 1mb. tested, works. short s1 to boot 512kb bios, short s2 to gnd to boot 256kb bios. cheers, internet world. hope someone makes use of these files. https://www54.zippyshare.com/v/t1w9R0P6/file.html
  19. Hello. I posted about this a while back on Reddit but eventually I gave up and softmodded instead. However, it's kinda ... what's the word for it... irritating to have a non-working modchip as I want to have a backup plan incase my DVD Drive fails, or the other NTSC Xbox that I unintentionally potentially killed by swapping its 1.6b Board into a translucent 1.4 case and 1.4 power supply (EU 230V)... (yeah not proud of that) comes to life. I have no way of confirming if it still works as I have no step down voltage converter, BUT if it does, it'll have no DVD Drive. The plan is, I want to get this modchip working first, if possible. I've tried resoldering the wires, the modchip itself, and it won't work. No evo logo, nothing. All it does is play original games. Motherboard is a 1.4 according to UnleashX. Here's a picture: https://imgur.com/1MME9Nc Is it dead? I assume it used to work before, as it was installed when I received the console (got it for really cheap, had error 7, swapped dvd drive and it works). Is anything looking out of the ordinary?
  20. Hi guys i just found my old xbox in the basement and by the look of things it looks like its hardmoded with a Xecuter chip and there is even a 120gb drive installed and all is working without any issues. My main question is if anyone here could help me identify what kind of Xecuter chip this is, because my plan is that i would like to replace the 120gb drive with a 1tb but im getting a LBA48 warning when i try to partition the new disk and its asking me to ugrade the current bios with a new one that supports LBA48. Current INFO: Bios: Xecuter2 4976.02 Kernel 1.00.5838.01 Xbox v1.1 What would be the best course of action, how should i approach the reflashing, what bios should i pick so that the new 1tb drive works as intended and ofcause what should i think about when i approach all this?
  21. Hello, I bought a modchipped Xbox rev1.0. I want to remove the clock capacitor and don't want the modchip to be stuck on a clock loop, so I would like to know how to safely update the bios on the modchip through a burned CD/DVD. I've seen things like Slayers Disc and Hexen, but I'm not entirely sure how to proceed after burning them, and I'm not sure how safe it is and I don't want to screw anything up. My modchip I think is the Aladdin onde, has if you hold the power button it boots an old version (as far as I can tell) of EvoX, which besides running burned media and the logo on boot, looks just like the MS dashboard. Any help much appreciated.
  22. Hello! For those people with a Xenium modchip, I have made an open source recreation of a legacy adaptor that allowed you to use extremely common and cheap HD44780 compliant character LCD displays with the Xenium modchip SPI interface. The legacy adaptor was called 'SPI2PAR' and has long since been out of production and extremely hard to come by. The old website actually still works for now (http://cheaplpc.com/xenlcd/) if you want to see what it was all about. This design and info is all on my github page https://github.com/Ryzee119/spi2par2019 It does everything the old one does I believe (although I never had one), but it also can read the Xbox SMBus directly with a couple extra wires to the LPC header for temperatures from the ADM1032 onboard temperature chip and fan speed which are displayed and updated on the LCD mid-game. It can also read the Conexant and Focus video chips to work out was resolution your game is running at which is displayed on the LCD aswell. (This doesnt work on a 1.6 though due to the Xcalibur chip) XBMC can already display these, but these extra SMBus features will only apply when you're in a game or program that doesn't normally support LCD. Works best on a 20x4 character display.
  23. Hey guys, i came around these pics of a modchip on an old xbox, both sides have wires, a lot of wires on it. And i couldn't figure it out what is happening on this console, it seems to be some kind of reserve bank of the bios? A well known xbox modder said that it was some kind of extended bios bank and that if removed, the console would not turn on. So what do you guys think? This is not a help topic, just information disclosure, as this console is not mine and i'm really curious about this mod.
  24. Hi Guys, I currently have a 500gb hdd installed in my xbox (v1.2), but I'm planning on installing a 2tb hdd , and I just need some clarification on a couple of issues before I buy the larger hdd. My modchip currently has the X2 4981.06 bios, and when I run XBPartitioner v1.3, it warns me that "LBA48 not found! custom partitions will not work with this BIOS! Update your BIOS to one which supports at least LBA48 version 2". From what I've read, it sounds as though the hdd limit with this bios should be 137gb, however, as mentioned, I already have a 500gb hdd installed. So my question is, do I actually need to update the bios in order to install a 2tb hdd, or will it function correctly with this bios? I realise that updating the bios would be the easiest solution, however, the modchip is an X.B.I.T v1.0 with the external PCB which connects to a PC via USB to flash the bios. The flashing software requires winXP and specific USB host controllers, and so far, I haven't been able to get it work. Thanks in advance.
  25. I took a 1.6 board I have laying around and decided to do a speed-mod. I paid no attention to quality of solder joints, length of wires, or anything else that a more experienced technician might look at. I did it as quickly and as shoddy as I could, so I could show results similar to what the average Joe may expect. I'm not trying to talk it down. THIS WORKS, and that is what matters and that's what this guide is for. 1. Insert the pinheader. Hold it with one finger against the board and flip it over. Solder 1 pin on the bottom side in place. Make sure your finger is not touching this pin on the other side. Let it cool, and then look to solder the opposite corner (diagonally). Don't let your finger touch that pin this time, and solder it in place. Now you can stop pressing on the opposite side with your finger, and just solder all of the rest of the pins in place. (A MUCH better way than using your finger, is to add a drop of super glue between the plastic holding the pins, and the board. Don't let it touch the metal or it will cook away in a very eye-irritating vapor.) 2. Now we're going to attach the wires to rebuild the lpc. On the top is the guide you should use. On the bottom is the demo job I did, and yours should look similar or better. You'll notice on the bottom picture, the LFrame/D0 wire is soldered to a pad you don't see anywhere else. The guide tells you to solder it to the chip, and the chip has a pad for it. That's not necessary. Just solder it to the pad I show you. That pad is ground, and grounding LFrame/D0 causes the Xbox to boot from LPC instead of the onboard rom. Doing this allows you to take the chip off at will for hotswapping/flashing other chips. (The dark colorations in the bottom pic are not burns. I use rosin-core solder. I usually clean it off to look nicer, but in this case I was trying to demonstrate a real-world normal job someone might do.) 3. Now it's time to get the Aladdin ready to go in. It has features built in for xbox live, which no longer exists for the original Xbox... so we need to defeat those features. Solder the BT pad on the Aladdin to the pad shown. This will enable the chip as soon as power is pressed. 4. Now you're ready to fit your chip and test it out. It mounts on the pinheader like this:

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