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  1. 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?
  2. 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
  3. https://mega.nz/#!Sp8BxSYI!JcMWsvb8MmQAZYdPgxXil2TSFoo2qG5A3fj1t5Oa_Ng xerc2xe enjoy Xerc2xe-Bluemeanie23.rar
  4. What you see is what you get, brand new in package X3CE Xecuter 3 Kit. Accepting offers.
  5. X-cutter shoutout to jacob from swaggerMFmods for sourcing this one to copy and archive enjoy https://mega.nz/#!7gczzAgD!RjpA9lWfboxF1N953eF87Yy2Qy-ZesqpCF1B34UiKoc x-cuter-bluemeanie23.rar
  6. Hi guys, I recently attempted an Aladdin XT plus modchip install on my xbox V1.0. Other then trying to suck out the solder from the LPC ports, the process was relatively smooth. When I first went to boot the box, the Aladdin instantly smoked hard so I it off. At the moment I'm trying to figure out whether it was my install error or a faulty chip. When I remove the chip and boot the xbox, it boots fine and normal. As soon as I add the chip back on, which doesn't smoke anymore, the xbox FRAGS. I tested the LPC pins and didnt get any continuity between ones I shouldnt have. I then tested to make sure the 5 and 3,3 voltages were still good and they were. I was gonna test each individual pin and see if maybe Im seeing 5V/3.3V where I shouldnt, but other then that I'm not sure if it was the install, but instead just a faulty chip. I bought it from Modchipcentral and I've gotten good stuff from them before. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks
  7. Hi I'm after a bit of help; my Xbox 1.0 just crashed during a bios flash (I was using HeXen 2018) My Xbox will no longer boot (HD Error 05) and I don't have the adapter to flash my modchip on my PC. Unfortunately I can't even recall what my modchip is, and I've long since lost the PC (Parallel?) adaptor it came with. I've included a picture of the modchip, in case anyone remembers what it is. Should I buy a new modchip? My soldering skills are not great so if there is any way of salvaging this solderers chip I'd be grateful.
  8. Im having issues after installing the modchip. The chip lights up, boots, then system turns off, it does this twice, then the red green flash. No video input on screen. With chip removed from pin header the system boots normally. The DO wire was solidered to the mother board 6th pin on bottom and the chip is bridged to always be on. I did the exact same on a 1.0V Xbox and it works flawless. Not sure why this wont work, This xbox is made in china but i dont think its a 1.6 due to the date. It has a newer philips drive and newer seagate HDD. Please help!!!
  9. 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:
  10. If you have read some of my replys to posting's you may have noticed that I am a bit anti softmod. For me If I get a Version 1 to 1.4 (1.5?) I will flash the thing if it's a version 1.6 it get's a chip. Me I use the 007AUF game hack to flash a new xbox and I have seen the compleate kit's popup on Fleebay (The game disk,USB with game save,USB to Xbox lead) it sure beats softmoding to then flash a XBOX especially if your going to do more than 1. I know some people can't solder but with the early box's conductive paint is the go. If you cant solder print the instructions and go and find a electronics tech and ask nicely for help. Go armed with a liquid bribe (Beer/Wine,Etc)helps some times. So here is your chance to convince me to softmod or even the pros and cons of soft modding or do you fit chips in version's 1.0 to 1.4 Cheers All SS Dave
  11. Hey everyone, Iv been been dealing with my modchip LCD basicly spazzing/glitching/messing up displaying its content all wrong since always.here are some picture examples. the XBMC im using is 3.5 beta . now this doesnt happen at first, it also wont occur in the smarttXX OS,nor will it occur if im browsing through the menus of XBMC, it takes about 2-5 minutes of idle beofore it starts. then it progressivly gets worse, eventually it just blanks out completely. which for it to work again i either need to restart XBMC or turn it off and on in the settings before it just does it again.. now i've troubleshooted this issue quite a bit on multiple seperate occasions, i can confirm its not just a faulty modchip, unless by some crazy coincidence, both my chips are faulty, they are both smartXX chips one is a V2 the other is an LT OPX, Ive also ruled out it being the LCD screen,iv hooked both chips up to different LCD's, im gonna rule out a faulty Xbox motherboard aswell considering both modchips are installed on different boards, both are v1.4's not sure that really matters though, and the soldering is all good, Iv updated both Chips to the latest smarttXX OS which happens to be 3403, i came from a 33somthing this was actually my most recent attemp at fixing this issue. no luck, Now i remember reading that XBMC at some point stopped caring about the LCD support (they didnt remove it but possibly broke it, and never fixed it), obviously it was pretty niche then, making it even more niche now, but i know people out there have this mod, and hopefully at least a few of you are here.. so this set me on a journey, to modify the "lcd.xlm" file, now i played around with it, basicly just removing/duplicating code into different areas, removing lines ect,i really didnt have any luck in making it not glitch out, there doesnt seem to be a way to leave lines blank, i copied the whole "navigation" layout into all the others, it seems to make it glitch out a little less which is somewhat of an improvement but at the same time not really because if left idle for to long it just crashes and displays nothing. it seems like "unknown" and XBMC are fightting for the first 2 lines of the LCD when idle, or maybe XBMC is fighting with itself for the first 2 lines, it switchs back and fourth from what the the LCD.XLM wants it to display and what "Unknown" wants it to display. for example. XBMC wants GPU TEMP-CPU TEMP FREE RAM-HDD TEMP Unkown wants GPU TEMP-CPU TEMP- FAN SPEED FREE RAM-HDD TEMP (though this is completely unreadable its usually just "[.........]" right as XBMC boots it displays the "Unknown"(see picture below) before the screen fills up normally , then the 2 lines fight, back and fourth, being readable before they start to jumble to help rule out the modchip fighting with the XBMC over what the LCD displays, i turn off the LCD in the SmarttXX OS (which should disable it alltogether) but it still comes on after it boots into XBMC (if i have it enabled), If i turn it off in XBMC and leave it on in the smarttXX OS, after a it boots into XBMC i get GPU TEMP-CPU TEMP- FAN SPEED which is how i leave it because at least it works properly, but its nice have the whole screen full rather then just 1 line it will also do this while playing games. whether the LCD is off or on in either location. for what thats worth. I decided to dig into the source code of XBMC, but since i know nothing about C++ or python, i didnt find anything that pointed twords LCD but im not to sure what im looking at to begin with, but i did find "NoseFartXBMC" which is an app of some kind anyways has anyone had any trouble with their modchip LCD's? if so did you ever fix it? if not what are you using? (chip,Dash,Dash version) any thoughts or ideas would be much appreciated,
  12. Hey all this is my first post on this forum. Thought I should share the schematics for the old AussieChip Dual Mod and Cheapmod mod chips. From what I understand this company went under in 2003 when the Australian government started to try and outlaw mod chips; the same time when many other governments were trying to do the same. AussieChip decided to give back to the community and release the build entirely for free. The files are for an old program called Protel though it is now called Altium Designer. Altium is very very VERY expensive (7k+ a year) though they have a free trial if you want to take a gander at the design files. I was trying to convert it for use in KiCad and Eagle though I'm not very familiar with these programs yet and the implications exports cause on schematic data. I started to do some research into seeing if any major developers such as Team Exodus released their schematics. (I really wish they would) That's how I came across this. Do you have schematics for mod chips? I encourage you to share them. In today's age we should be open sourcing old technology such as this instead of letting it die into a forgotten history. Happy modding, nerds. -iRuinLunches The contents of the zip: AussieChipModChips.zip
  13. This is my xbox 1.4v. I have 3 other boxes. I got very cavalier and loaded up truhexen 2019 disc to update the modchip bios. Of course I flashed the wrong bios. What i think may of been m8 for v1.6 boxes. It now turns on to ms dashboard but wont recognise the hexen disc anymore. As the chip is soldered to modchip guessing the hotswap or external re programming are out of the question. Is there any way to salvage this modchip? Is my only option is too remove modchip and softmod/tsop flash the xbox? Also to remove the modchip is it just the bt and do wires that need to be desoldered. Thanks for all help
  14. 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.
  15. My start at Collecting the info on LCD installation utilizing different modchips and other means. These take me hours to create so I hope they help a few people.
  16. Hey guys, I just bought a bunch of Xboxes and try to preserve them. Therefore I remove the clock capacitor, bring on some new thermal paste and install a modchip. Now I ran into some problems on my first box : Box autostarts immediately after plugging in and restarts even after shutdown. Modchips works and boots from Slayers EVOX CD. Is there anything I made wrong so that it starts automatically ? How can I change the modchips behaviour so that I won´t have to push 3 seconds on power to start it ?
  17. Any one can identify this chip it has no marking and at startup it sais xecuter 2 but cant find an identical one
  18. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Xecuter-3-CE-Modchip/223538636713?hash=item340bf0e7a9:g:8hwAAOSwCLxc8~oE
  19. 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!
  20. So I have an executer 3ce chip that is missing the reset/eject adaptor. I have the cable that connects To the chip I just need to know which wires, that are connected to the eject/reset buttons on the Xbox, to splice into. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  21. 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
  22. Sooooo i have a MAJOR issue. I had softmodded my Xbox and accidentally unlocked the HDD now it's somewhat useless.. (User: ecstone ) provided me with some info about building a EEPROM reader, but finding each individual parts to build it is gonna take some time and there is none on sale online... I was wondering if I can just purchase a modchip and just install Hexen to a brand new HDD (500Gb) or will i still have my Error 5 code to deal with????
  23. I'm attempting to help someone with their original Xbox that refuses to boot. His family pulled it from storage around Thanksgiving and it powered on but gave error message. Initially I recommend just finding another working unit but this one holds special sentimental value. Turns out belonged to his oldest son who passed away from a brain tumor at 14. Got this as a part of his Make a Wish gift at 12 and played it constantly. So I've done softmod on Xbox, Wiis, and PS3 but never tried a modchip but was thinking that it might be a way to get this thing back up and running. Can this be done or any other ideas? I tore the system down, pulled the leaky clock capacitor, cleaned the board, checked all connections and reassembled but no go. Could use any help with this. Thanks!
  24. EDIT: This item has now been sold. Thanks to all who were interested. This X3 chip comes complete with solderless header, wiring, front indicator lights and bank switches, and power button interface board. This was pulled from a working system and booted right up. I accept PayPal and will foot the bill to ship anywhere in the US. As listed in the title, the asking price is $100. Thanks!
  25. Hello World So I've finally found a Xblast Modchip but... broken one, before buying it, would be happy to hear any advices from the techy folks regarding this situation and what can be done. So seems like the guy who sells it, somehow succeded to crack that U4 chip, and cut a few legs on the Xilinx CPLD, which looks like - they can not be repopulated. The questions are: 1, What chip is U4? 2. Will the new replacement Xilinx XC9572XL CPLD need any firmware? (did not found anything on the xblast repository) 3. Will the SVF from Aladdin Xblast Mod work in this case? (as I know, to launch XBlast bios on Aladdin Modchip, the PLCC32 must have the bios itself, then CPLD also should be written with something) This is how the SVF for Aladdin CPLD LC4032V-XXT44 starts: ! Lattice Semiconductor Corp. ! Serial Vector Format (.SVF) File. ! User information: ! File name: C:\dev\perso\aladdin_xt_mods\1MB_LPCmod_banks\1mb_lpcmod_banks_epv.svf ! CREATED BY: Universal File Writer V2.48 ! CREATION DATE: Tue Dec 23 20:45:48 2014 ! Device: LC4032V(B) Erase,Program,Verify 1mb_lpcmod_banks.jed ! LATTICE_NOTE "Device" "LC4032V-XXT44" ! LATTICE_NOTE "Checksum/CRC" "B6F5" ! SVF Revision: D Format ! ABEL MACH432S30 ! NOTE ispLEVER Classic 1.7.00.05.28.13JEDEC Compatible Fuse File. ! NOTE Copyright (C), 1992-2014, Lattice Semiconductor Corporation. ! NOTE All Rights Reserved. : ! NOTE DESIGN NAME :1mb_lpcmod_banks ! NOTE DATE CREATED :Tue Dec 23 20:45:43 2014 ! NOTE DEVICE NAME :LC4032V-10T44I ! NOTE DEVICE TEMPLATE :M4S_32_30 ! NOTE PIN ASSIGNMENTS ! NOTE PINS portLCLK : 39 : in ! NOTE PINS portPWR : 26 : in ! NOTE PINS portHD : 9 : in ! NOTE PINS nportLRST : 2 : in ! NOTE PINS xportLAD_3_ : 21 : inout ! NOTE PINS fportLAD_3_ : 41 : inout ! NOTE PINS portLFRAME : 40 : out ! NOTE PINS portD0 : 31 : out ! NOTE PINS portX : 30 : out ! NOTE PINS portL1 : 29 : out ! NOTE PINS xportLAD_2_ : 22 : inout ! NOTE PINS xportLAD_1_ : 37 : inout ! NOTE PINS xportLAD_0_ : 38 : inout ! NOTE PINS fportLAD_2_ : 42 : inout ! NOTE PINS fportLAD_1_ : 43 : inout ! NOTE PINS fportLAD_0_ : 44 : inout ! NOTE NODES cnt1_0_ : A_M12 ! NOTE NODES cnt1_1_ : A_M14 ! NOTE NODES cnt1_2_ : A_M13 ! NOTE NODES inst_OSbnkctrl : B_M2 ! NOTE NODES OSbnkSW_1_ : B_M12 ! NOTE NODES inst_OSKill : B_M7 ! NOTE NODES inst_init : B_M13 ! NOTE NODES inst_direction : A_M5 ! NOTE NODES inst_OSdisable : B_M14 ! NOTE NODES inst_IOcyc : A_M6 ! NOTE NODES iportMCUreg_0_ : A_M8 ! NOTE NODES iportMCUreg_1_ : B_M11 ! NOTE NODES iportMCUreg_2_ : A_M9 ! NOTE NODES iportMCUreg_3_ : A_M15 ! NOTE NODES OSbnkSW_0_ : B_M15 ! NOTE NODES signaltypeLpc_0_ : A_M10 ! NOTE NODES signaltypeLpc_1_ : A_M7 ! NOTE NODES N_81_i : B_M5 ! NOTE NODES N_24_i : B_M6 ! NOTE NODES portL1_0 : A_M11

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