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  1. Hi, all Some of you might know I have already had a Xbox (v1.1) with TSOP flashed (M8+ only) recently For a v1.1 Xbox, its TSOP (1MB) with only 256k M8+ is a bit wasted. Meanwhile, i read about Xblast OS which Forlorn Penguin suggested me before to use it to flash BIOS to TSOP. And Now I realized that Xblast OS is not just a bios flash program, but with multiple useful tools. and more importantly to me, it can be flashed/installed to Modchip (including TSOP) I read that its can be flashed to onboard TSOP, as Bennydiamond said in AG forum https://assemblergames.com/threads/release-xblast-os-v0-50.65434/ However, there is no specific instruction and video that I can search from google to specify this. So I hope someone here, based on your best knowledge, could share and confirm whether this is really workable for 1MB TSOP Here comes my plan and assumption, can anyone help me to verify? 1. install/upload Xblast in C: drive per its instruction in its zip file 2. run xblast.xbe, enter its program/OS 3. Go to flash menu, select Bank2 (xblast OS), (Here, I am not sure if it will show 3 Banks as xblast illustrated, or 4 banks as my current TSOP has) 4. select crcwell.bin, then flash --> reboot 5. Xbox enter xblast os, go to flash menu, select bank0 (512k), choose X2.5032.bin, flash --> reboot 6. Xbox enter xblast os, go to flash menu, select bank1 (256k), choose M8+.bin , flash --> reboot Will there be any issue for the procedures above? Your help would be much appreciated ! Peter
  2. So I have reprogrammed the cpld of the aladdin xt ready for xblasting, I have tried booting the console off an x2 duo lite modchip hotswapping and flashing xblast however Evox Gives me "flash not writable" error. I am using sst49lf080a chips and all of them say the same. I have tried flashing the 1mb bank 1mb dual and 256k. The 256k works with the original 49lf020a and I can flash it however after reprogramming the cpld and fitting the 49lf080a chip the flash is not writable. I have no wires on the modchip and grounded d0 on the board. I am completely stumped and dont want to fork out for a programmer for the 49lf080a chips especially if they could be bad. What the hell can I do or could the chips I have be bad? Serious Thanks in advanced!
  3. Hello all. Just recently got into making my own Aladdin xblast chips. I've noticed a few people around here have been looking for them. Currently have 4 Aladdin chips in stock. The CPLD will be flashed with xblast by this weekend. Please bare with me, if I am out of stock, as my current job only pay's minimum wage, and it is quite difficult for me to purchase materials to make the Xblast chips. I am working to make some more soon. In the mean time, if you need one I'm selling.
  4. https://youtu.be/U9RTT-PHad8 Aladdin Xblast Modchips Domestic: $20 USD SHIPPED TO USA International: $20 USD SHIPPED TO MOST PLACES (minimum order, 4) **21 Available** more on the way Features: -1MB 49LF080A LPC Flash -Supports 1x 512KB Bank and 1x 256KB Bank, also lets you boot from onboard TSOP!! -Banks are software controlled from XblastOS embedded into Bank2, -NO SWITCHES! -D0 point for 1.0-1.4 Xboxes -Dedicated LFRAME point for 1.6 xboxes that releases after boot to avoid damage. -Pre programmed with the 1.6 versions of X2 5035 F and G and M8+. -Reflash banks easily direct from XblastOS. https://youtu.be/U9RTT-PHad8
  5. 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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