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#1 frakus

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Posted 23 September 2004 - 02:51 AM

I've got the same problem as a lot of people here with my new trilogy dvd's f*'ing me over.

I am running the cheap mod with Executor2 bios. I have not messed with my box in over a year when I modded it. Where are some instructions to show me how to reset my dash for the MS dash and also have the Evox dash. I have a switch properly installed, but when I turn it off my box wont boot up. I am assuming it is because of the original dash being renamed msdash.

In a nutshell I never properly set up my drive to be able to boot as normal when I turn my chip off. Now I've got 50 games on my HD and dont want to lose them.

Before you guys flame me I have looked through the tutorials and can not seem to find this answer.

Thanks in advance,




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Posted 23 September 2004 - 04:40 AM

You probably originally had:
MS dash = msxboxdash.xbe
Evox dash = xboxdash.xbe

The Star Wars DVD installs the new MS dash as xboxdash.xbe, so your EvoX dash would have been overwritten.

To make everything work, you should have:
MS dash = xboxdash.xbe (this is what the Star Wars DVD would have done).
EvoX dash = evoxdash.xbe

With modchip on, the X2 bios should load evoxdash.xbe first, with modchip off, the retail bios will load xboxdash.xbe as normal.




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