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I Am No Longer An Xbit Fan!


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#1 dopelogic

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Posted 24 June 2005 - 04:58 AM

ok all here is my problem. about 6 months ago i did an xbox for a friend, 1.2mobo, xbit 1.5, xecuter 4983.67, 160 gig hdd. well all was fine untill a couple of days ago. he said that he was removing a couple of movies he had stored on his box and it rebooted. now the only thing is it gets stuck in a reboot cycle. if the chip is disabled sometimes it goes to the MS dash other times the flubber doesent even come up. If the chip is enabled it goes through the flubber and says "executer" but then immidiately reboots. if an evox boot disc is installed it boots to the disc no prob. My first impression was that he may have accidentally deleted his evox and msdash files. so i stuck in an evox disc and ftp'ed over and replaced all the files. this did absoutly nothing to help me. i think the problem lies with the chip. Im a loyal executer fan and only used the xbit becuase i got it for cheap (now i know why). anyway if anyone has any suggestions let me know. thanks,

#2 zal91

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Posted 23 July 2005 - 10:34 PM

Get new bios


#3 brent182

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 11:52 PM

ya try X2 bios

#4 Dra60nSlayer

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Posted 07 August 2005 - 03:17 PM

QUOTE(dopelogic @ Jun 24 2005, 06:09 AM)
if the chip is disabled sometimes it goes to the MS dash other times the flubber doesent even come up.

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If the xbox wont start without a chip and that doesnt work, you cant blame the chip...
there are som other problem with the xbox itself. try changing HDD.
(put in original drive)





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