i had ordered a lpc rebuild board and it got here today. turns out the one i ordered is too small to fit a pin header in so i'd have to solder the chip directly to the board for this rebuild board to work. i don't want to order another one so i am strongly considering just using the wire method to rebuild the lpc. problem is that i really dislike the kind of fine soldering that i'd have to do if i use this method. any tips on how to do the wire method the easiest way?
i have all the xbox iso classes of 7,641.760gb
I tried to extract them with quix and c-xbox tool but it does not extract them, I can extract the iso only with the xbox image browser, but it does extract one at a time, is there any program that extracts multiple iso at the same time? thank you
I bought a new OLED65B9PTA tv but am having issues connecting the XBOX to it. I can hear audio but don't see any video.
The tv has a 3.5mm socket labeled 'AV1' and an adapter cable that goes from white/red/yellow TCA sockets to a 3.5mm plug and that's what I've connected to.
When digging for info I found Please login or register to see this link. which says 'Unlike many of Samsung's sets, this one actually has an analog video input for legacy (non-HDMI) devices, although it no longer supports analog component video.'
I'm not very clued up on exactly what the different outputs are. Is the xbox output analog component video and that's why I'm not seeing anything?
I double checked plugging into my old TV and the XBox itself definitely still works.
I'll appreciate any tips you might have.
Board Life Status
Board startup date: April 23, 2017 12:45:48