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#1 hawkins6423

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Posted 08 April 2004 - 10:42 PM

I have been searching and trying to successfully flash my Executer 2.3b Lite + but no CD-R/RW, or DVD-R/RW/+R/RW has worked. I read that big media compatibility form and bought the Memorex DVD+R 4x and that did not work.

I am trying to burn EvoxM7 bios, I have done 3 different tutorials. I have tryed with 6 different types of media and nothing has worked. I am almost positive I have the correct bios files, I am burning BIOS.bin, and ABC.bin (dummy file) onto a cd. Nothing has worked

It always displays "No Bios Update Found.....HALTING!".

Does anyone have any suggesstions or should I buy a programmer or what

I have the phillips drive. and xbox 1.0

thanks,
matt

#2 BloodyMary

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Posted 08 April 2004 - 10:57 PM

You're kidding right...

here's a better idea... goto xbins..


what you will find there is.. (xxxxxxxxxsomething importantxxxxxx)

after you gots your right stuff... from someplace...


rename the evoxdash.xbe to default.xbe

then make sure you have a folder on the DISC called BIOS...

use something to make a xiso image.. them use something

to burn the xiso image...

but really that's all way too much trouble...

you better off makeing a folder on your c drive called BIOS

put your bios file in there (blahblah.bin or what ever.. my preferecen is x24983.06 or 4983.67)

then load flashx v1.2 (from where ever you got it from (you know))

and flash with that...

#3 bobcat

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Posted 08 April 2004 - 11:58 PM

I think the reason is that you burn the bios.bin and abc.bin into a regular Cd, which wont work.

You have to build xiso image first using the available utility. then use nero to burn this xiso image to get it correctly recognized.

Make sure it is right bios file.


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Posted 09 April 2004 - 12:10 AM

never hurts to have a programmer handy, so yes I'd say get one




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