My old eyes and lack of soldering skills has caused a problem.
Plan was to TSOP a 1.0 Xbox. Top side bridge R7D3 went fine, but on the bottom of the board at R7R3 I burnt off the pad and the trace lifted up (bottom arrow).
Can I solder a wire from the lifted trace to either the pad above it if I can get it to stick or the surface mount resistor above that pad (seen in pic)?
Xbox is softmodded and still working. Maybe i should just quit while I am ahead lol
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From what I can understand there is a difference in how to change the default dashboard to anything you want (If you have a tsop, sofmodded or hardmodded box.)
In my case, I have a TSOP modded box and I would like to have xbmc4gamers or xbmc emustation as my startup dash.
What should I do here? I have read somewhere that I should make a shortcut in a program on my computer to redirect it to where I have the dashfile.
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I dug out my old box (v1.1 PAL) which originally had the x2 4981 bios flashed to it with the intention of getting it all updated (Rocky 5's EmuStation is the goal).
Upgraded the HD with an old 320gb IDE, removed the clock cap and then flashed x2 5035 (256k) and all seemed good.
Went to turn it on today and somehow the TSOP has reverted back to the x2 4981. Tried reflashing EvoX M8+ (256k), InD5004 (256k) and x2 5035 (256k and 512k) and all of them revert back to 4981 once I reboot (soft and hard).
Video is set to PAL60 and Widescreen using the Scart AV pack. I have a composite AV pack as well.
Should I restore back to retail (tsop & hdd)?
Any other ideas?
Currently, have no clue why it's reverting back to the 4981 bios.