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#1 alphakry


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Posted 28 July 2004 - 10:23 PM

I read some other threads on this topic, but am still unclear if the BIOS soley is responsible for completely blocking XBLive access, when it is enabled.

I understand that the bios, by default, blocks XBLive information transfer.
But does this mean that if I have the chip enabled and I am browsing my backups - if I was to click on a game and then try to access xblive - it would block any and all attempts to connect to the servers?

I would presume yes - but while running bios v4981 - my little brother clicked on the XBLive menu option in Driv3r - and upon reboot, the dash was reflashed and would not boot...

Is this a fluke or under normal circumstances (i now run 4983) - this shouldn't happen... i'de just like to make it idiot proof so that if i did this for a friend, i wouldn't hear back from him in a week, telling me his little brother did the same thing...

Edited by alphakry, 28 July 2004 - 10:24 PM.

#2 ComputerDude5565


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Posted 28 July 2004 - 10:57 PM

If you get 4983 and use the config tool the bios will not allow you to access xblive

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