Seriously Need Some Help Here
Posted 01 December 2004 - 04:44 PM
I've been researching xbox modding for awhile now, i did the whole xbins thing, got all my software, emus etc. and actually read up on everything so i wouldn't screw it up. well a couple days ago my chip came in the mail (solderless X-Bit 1.5) and i installed it without any problems. I flashed it with the latest xecuter bios, installed the latest evox dash and proceeded to send over my emus and roms with flashfxp. I started with just xsnes9x and had no troubles at all, everything was working perfectly, I almost came in my pants i was so happy
after a few hours of childhood nostalgia i decided to start sending over neogenesis along with a little over 1000 roms. I did everything the same as i had done with the xsnes9x, I copied the files to the emulators folder i made on "E" drive. But when i rebooted it wouldn't load my dashboard. Instead the powerbutton light began flashing orange and green and i got an error message, number 13. i tried putting my evox boot disc back in and i got error message number 14. if i put in a regular xbox game it plays fine.
i don't know what could have caused this, one minute it's working fine, literally 5 minutes later it won't boot the dash.
i looked around online but the only info i found was that there could be something wrong with the a/v box or whatever it's called. The fact that it still plays regular games seems to rule that out. the other info that i found is that it's dashboard related, but i found nothing as to a remedy to fix it.
I'm really stumped here, would reflashing the bios on my chip help at all?
Posted 01 December 2004 - 05:10 PM
Posted 01 December 2004 - 05:35 PM
Posted 01 December 2004 - 09:23 PM
Posted 01 December 2004 - 09:35 PM
nothing to worry about.
So I would have to say for your to boot to the disk and explore the drives to do a visual,then if you have to...rebuild or do a total format and install. Re-write over the whole thing and start over.
Posted 01 December 2004 - 09:49 PM
also, since you seem quite knowledgable, i have another question:
when i sent my snes roms over with flashfxp only about 1500 of the 1800 i tried to send successfully made it. the rest had the same error message about not being able to read the file or open it or something. i tried zipped and unzipped files as well as renaming them with shorter file names but to no avail. the same thing happened with my sega roms, about 500 of them wouldn't copy over. any ideas? have you heard of this happening before? i haven't had a problem with any other files transferring, all the atari ones went fine as well as all the tg-16.
Posted 06 December 2004 - 10:12 PM
hope this helps
Posted 06 December 2004 - 10:18 PM
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