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Flashed Team-Xecuters Flashbios V3.03 Onto Lpc Mod V2.0

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I got a used modded xbox today. As I am stupid, instead of reading much into it, I tried to update from Evox m7 to m8 plus. In the update zip I downloaded, there was not only the M8 bios, but also a file called flashbios_v303.bin. I thought that would be the right file to flash, so I did.

It seems like the bios is not compatible with my mod chip. While I am able to boot and select a file to flash from the HDD (I tried to flash an old file), it just gives me the error "Unkown flash! Halting".

Is there anyway to make flashbios write onto my modchip so I have a working bios again?

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If you not sure post some pick's

 

Cheers

SS Dave

 

Those that can Hard-Mod. Those that can't Soft-Mod.

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