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#1 naranjo

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Posted 13 January 2004 - 12:43 AM

After been using my moded xbox for about a year I decide to change my m7 bios with the lastest bios from xbins, when the flashing aplication ends ask to shoot down the console, ok
but when I turn on my xbox turns insane, try to turn on about two or tree times no video no dashboard, no nothing, if I disable the ship (xecuter lite 2) the xbox works fine.
I verify if some solder point is loosing but all are rock solid, I try to flash again with the programmer but all the x2cable.exe I download give me this message "unable to start driver"
I have 9 xbox with this ship under my belt but I use all my bullets on this one.
any suggestions?
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#2 8itgreat

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Posted 13 January 2004 - 04:15 AM

i have no idea what your talking about man....seriously no idea

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Posted 13 January 2004 - 04:52 AM

have you tried reflashing the bios?
Also are ou sur ethe chip is aligned correclty?
Gotta double or triple check to make sure its aligne.
Thats where solderelss chips can be a bitch lol

#4 naranjo

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Posted 13 January 2004 - 10:35 AM

1. reflashing the bios via cd is imposible because with the chip enabled the xbox don't boot.
2. The ship is a xecuter 2 welded to motherboard and all the points are strong and clean.
3. I have a Lite Programer and when using x2cable software the dos command prompt read "unable to start driver"

the last succesfull bios installed was evolution m7.bin

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#5 gro_ver

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Posted 13 January 2004 - 12:44 PM

Yeah I used x2cable for a few days then started to get that "unable to start driver". Nothing would fix it so I switched to x2bmv2 and I couldnt be happier. Its much more user friendly, like it automatically detects when the chip is connected, and it eliminated that "start driver" problem.




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