Light Blink Red & Green After Bad Flash
Posted 01 December 2002 - 12:55 AM
A friend of mine lend me his mod chip enigma.
We solder all point.
We boot on a evox cd
we cut wire for flash.
we flash the bios of the Xbox to evox 2.2
-> flash ok
we reboot the xbox
-> it start well
we remove the enigma mod chip.
we reboot the xbox it work well.
I install the evolutionx
-> all is good
Until we flash the bios of the Xbox with the bad size of bin file.
256Ko instead of 1024Ko
I restart the Xbox.
Now the led light red & green blinking.
I try to put the a flash boot CD.
Nothing Xbox always led light red & green blinking.
I would like to know what I can do to flash my bios with a good file.
Posted 01 December 2002 - 01:20 AM
Posted 01 December 2002 - 01:22 AM
You have a couple options at this point. You can go with a home brew or a Xtender. You can use these to fix the onboard bios. I have not seen any Xtenders for sale for quite some time. I had a bad flash on a friends board a good while ago thank goodness I had a old motherboard with 256K socketed flash ROM. I was really lucky with that one.
The other option is you can use a LPC mod. They will by pass the onboard bios then you can boot from them.
Sevik the enigmah does not work that way it is not a bios replacment. It still needs the OEM bios in order to work.
Edited by archon76, 01 December 2002 - 01:24 AM.
Posted 01 December 2002 - 01:58 AM
Because when I flashed the bios I just use a CD with flasher and the bios ONlY on the CD.
Because when I start the Xbox I have a black screen 'no logo animation' and the light green & red blink.
How much the LPC mod cost ?
How doesn't it work?
Posted 01 December 2002 - 02:04 AM
LCP mod prices are in the ranges of $35 - $60 +/- 5%.
i have ordered for http://www.extreme-mods.com before and had no problems.
Posted 01 December 2002 - 02:17 AM
But what is the LCP mod, I see on the site http://www.extreme-mods.com
-> X-ecutor 2 Modchip
-> X-ecutor Modchip
-> Xios Xbox Modchip Kit (no longuer available)
-> EvoX Modchip (no longuer available)
What mod chip I have to buy ?
Posted 01 December 2002 - 02:25 AM
Anyway a LPC mod describes a class of mod chip designed to connect to the LCP Bus on the XBOX motherboard. There are quite a few of these out.
From seeing you have installed a Enigmah it is safe to asume soldering is not a problem. If I had to make a chioce today on what mod chip I wanted I would go for the X2 Lite since the pro is not out. It is preloaded with the newest bios and packs a good bit of funtionality. You can flash it if you need to.
Posted 01 December 2002 - 02:35 AM
Is there other mod chip that I can get quickly than X-ecutor 2 (Lite version), I live in France.
In fact, I will buy a mod chip to flash the bios, I will use it 5 minutes (flash the bios) and remove it.
Posted 01 December 2002 - 03:51 AM
That may be the quickest way. Since parts are readily available.
This will let you fix the onboard bios. The LPC mods will not.
Posted 01 December 2002 - 12:04 PM
I will see what solution I will use.
Posted 01 December 2002 - 01:19 PM
When I will receive it, I just have to install the X-ecutor 2 in the Xbox and it will work well. (because as you say the X-ecutor 2 has a bios included).
But do you know how I can flash the xboxboard bios.
I know how to do it with the enigma modchip, I installed it boot the xbox with flash CD, cut the two wire and launch the flash.
But I don't know how to do the same type of manipulation with the X-ecutor 2.
Thanks for your help.
Posted 01 December 2002 - 08:22 PM
Posted 01 December 2002 - 09:04 PM
For recorcer it I have to make a home brew.
After install the X2 Lite, I must let the modchip in the xbox.
But I will never allow to use the xbox live, no?
Posted 01 December 2002 - 10:04 PM
Get a homebrew
install it (29 wires)
flash your xbox tsop
take the homebrew out
Your all done and xbox is back to normall.
If you want to have an original bios so you can play live and also a mod chip so you can have a larger hard driveand ect your best bet would be to have a switch so you can use the homebrew for moded purposes and then flip the switch to go back to the xbox bios.
I think this would be the best option for you since you want to fix you tsop.
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