Posted 16 June 2004 - 06:29 PM
Manufacturers ID 09 Device ID 00
Flash Type Winbond - W49F020T
The Xbox hangs after that.
I've put the folowing lines in evox.ini:
ROM = "X2 4983.06 BFM",0x237709D29C81CEC1488EC0CB8F0F9704
ROM = "X2 4983.67 BFM",0xC7D64B0ADC2C934705F8FC8EB5D7EB22
Flash = 0x015b,"AMD - Am29LV800B",0x100000
Flash = 0x01da,"AMD - Am29LV800B",0x100000
Section "Chameleon Mode 4",ID_Chameleon_Mode_4
Line "Mode 4 (2x256k + 1x512k)"
Item "Switch To TSOP (Disable Chameleon)",ID_Chameleon_Release_D0,ID_Full_Reboot
Item "Switch To Bank 0",ID_Chameleon_Bank_0,ID_Full_Reboot
Item "Switch To Bank 2",ID_Chameleon_Bank_2,ID_Full_Reboot
Item "Flash Bank 0",ID_Chameleon_Bank_0,ID_Flash_Bios
Item "Flash Bank 2",ID_Chameleon_Bank_2,ID_Flash_Bios
I can boot to bank 0 or 2 (it shows in under the system section) and I can disable the Chameleon. Evox.ini seems to be set up ok and stuff...
I'm trying to flash the X2 4983.06 in bank 2. Can it be a problem that the bios file is 256k and the bank being 512k?
(what is the difference between X2 4983.06 and X2 4983.67?)
Why is it showing a Winbond - W49F020T bios? I thought it should be a AMD one... I'm using EvoX 3935.
Thanx for any help.
Posted 19 June 2004 - 08:51 PM
I cant be arsed to look up all those details, however if you are in the UK and want the chip programmed. I have a programmer and will happily flash it for free (execept postage)
Drop me a line
Posted 21 June 2004 - 09:48 PM
Posted 22 June 2004 - 06:56 PM
|QUOTE (akillamuthafucca @ Jun 21 2004, 11:48 PM)|
|ok you can only flash a 512k bios in bank one to take bank one and two up and must have all points to the chip connected like e+p also the chip needs to be in mode four for this to work but if its just a 256k biosjust flash bank 0 then bank one|
Well, I've got it working now...
I now only have the two flash='' lines in Evox ini and than it recognised the right flash chip. I flashed a 256k bios (X2 4983.06) in bank 2 which is 512k, but I can boot from it via Evox. Also I do not have soldered the E and P points. I can boot to the original BIOS using the Evox menu.
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