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Duox2, Is "bt" Wire An Optional Wire?


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#1 Ed_209

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 07:13 PM

Hi, I have installed a duox2 modchip on a 1.6 xbox, triple checked every connection and everything is connected fine.

I noticed that the duox2 chip has an option to disable the modchip by pressing the eject button, and I noticed the BT wire solders to the point right behind the eject button, so I assume that the BT wire is an optional wire?

Problem is, when I boot up the xbox, the xbox boots up to it's normal bios and not the modchips bios. (yes I changed the switch to boot to the m8 1.6 bios)...

The DO point is soldered on perfect, I even soldered the optional do point to the modchip as well. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks

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Posted 02 February 2005 - 07:20 PM

The BT connection is not optional. If you want to be able to turn the chip On/Off then you need to connect the BT to the connection behind the eject/power button as shown on the diagram

If you want your chip always On the connect BT on the chip to pin 9 on the chip (pin 9 is 2 down from the D0 connection, its labled as "G" on the Duo diagrams). Also for the always On method if you have 1.0-1.5 xbox then you have to ground D0 from the motherboard, if its a 1.6 xbox then don't ground D0 but cut the trace shown in this guide http://ca.geocities....aysenabled.html (its in Step 4)

Edited by ModdingManiac, 02 February 2005 - 07:23 PM.





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