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X2 5035 Bios Mod for X2 Files On C Drive

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Hi,

I have hex edited the most common X2 5035 Bios files (Vanilla, VGA-Mod and Force480p Mod) in order to load the x2config.ini and the x2logo.bmp from C-Drive. If the files are not found on C, the BIOS will attempt to load from E as usual.

It is not possible to load from F any more!

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