Aladdin Xt Lite With Pinheader In V1.0 Xbox?
Posted 15 January 2005 - 06:41 PM
I already connected the d0 points on mainboard and chip and the chip rests on the installed pinheader. Now I'm not sure if I also need the BT point. Do I have to ground the BT point now so that the modchip is always on?
I don't want to power it on yet because I'm quite sure something is missing and I don't want to damage my xbox .
I used google and the search-function of this message board but most information is about later xbox-versions and the few diagrams I found describe slightly different versions of the modchip or I have doubts about them.
A link to good tutorial or diagram for v1.0 installation would be much appreciated.
I can't wait much longer, so I will go by trial and error soon...
Posted 16 January 2005 - 12:09 AM
Xbox D0 to Chip D0
connect the chip to the LPC vis the pinheader
quick tap and the chip is not enabled on boot
1 to 2 sec push and the chip should boot enabled.
Posted 16 January 2005 - 12:26 AM
Posted 16 January 2005 - 12:58 AM
the bottom one is defo way easier.
Posted 16 January 2005 - 05:21 PM
Thanks a lot for your help! That R3G3 really seems difficult to solder.
One thing that I didn't expect is that I have to press the EJECT-button one second to power on the chip. That's because of the BT point I used, right?
Posted 16 January 2005 - 07:58 PM
makes for a nice clean lookin install...glad to hear you are up and runnin
Oh yeah..and by the way...that diagram by Slanger...i know him lol....he made that diagram when he and i were having an argument about those pesky surface mount resistors...and how one install he did...ended up with a half red half green eject lite as a result of a lil too much heat i think...so he decided to whip out teh multi meter..and viola...then some danksen guy did it....and cat dog ended up using his...but Slanger's was the first...to my knowledge...i had always figured there was a bunch of alt points at least for bt anyway...because...its just the time the power button is pushed...so...theres the coresponding cable on the p/e harness....the 2nd point from the bottom on the p/e board....the point on the bottom of where the power wire is on the p/e socket....(the one that you used)...
Posted 18 January 2005 - 12:11 AM
I really meant the eject-button. I can press the power button as long as I want to but the modchip isn't powered on. In fact the original bios instantly comes to life when I start to press the power button. The eject-button on the other hand works like the power button should:
1 sec press -> evox
With the annoying side-effect that the tray comes out, of course.
Well, I think I'm going to ground the modchips BT as I won't play on Live in the near future.
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