So I got a Halo Edition Xbox off of ebay to find that it only stays on for 20 minutes before shutting off, the power button does not function, naturally I thought of corrosion on the traces. Upon examining the underside of the board I found no visible corrosion, my question is, which traces do I need to jump in order to fix it? I'm a bit stumped, any help would be much appreciated.
hi so I did the following steps so far
1)softmodded my 1.0 via SC PH
2) I used rocky5's tools to null the eeprom then extract the nulled eeprom backup to my gdrive
ok so now I have a sata hdd (Seagate 500GB) and a kingwin SATAtoIDE board knowing that it doesn't have a master/slave switch by best option is to use xboxhdm i have a question first is there a way to burn the iso to usb boot instead of by cd?
and i want hdm2.0 that supports sata drives correct?
thanks for your help
So there are some things I'm trying to figure out and having a hard time with, due to old, contradictory, or lack of info out there, and I'd greatly appreciate any thoughts. For reference, I have one each of v1.0 and v1.1, both with Xecuter 2.6 Lite chips.
If caps require replacement (not the clock cap), are there any known to have special requirements for ripple or ESR? I'm thinking regular polymer electrolytic caps from Rubycon or Nichicon would be fine?
Is there any reason to use FlashBIOS instead of XBlast? Assuming they're both stable, it looks like XBlast outright has more features.
Are the FlashBIOS/XBlast web flashing interfaces reasonably safe to use?
Without exploitable games or an Xbox/USB adapter, would the best way to TSOP flash a modchipped Xbox involve FTP backup of C&E, mod the backup with ndure, FTP it back to the Xbox, and turn off the modchip, then flash TSOP from the softmod dash?
Can Xblast be flashed to TSOP safely? I've seen posts arguing both ways.
If it can, could Xblast on TSOP be used to flash a modchip, if the chip is turned on after booting?
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Board startup date: April 23, 2017 12:45:48