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#1 StangSaleen8

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 07:56 AM

I tried search but not successfull. I just bought 3 xbox systems but none have the original hdd's. How can i TSOP flash these xbox systems. Can some one help.

#2 slappy_squirel

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 12:05 PM

QUOTE(StangSaleen8 @ Aug 16 2005, 02:07 AM)
I tried search but not successfull. I just bought 3 xbox systems but none have the original hdd's. How can i TSOP flash these xbox systems. Can some one help.

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IF none of them boot with the new hardrives you will have to buy a chip and lock the drives to them first then you can tsop flash

you can buy a solderless mod and reuse the chip to accomplish this


#3 StangSaleen8

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 10:26 AM

ok, got my chip and its working fine. anyone has a tutorial on how to lock the hdd's and flash using a X3ce chip. Thanks

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 12:27 PM

No no, you do not flash you're TSOP with the modchip enabled (doesn't work anyway).

The trick is you can boot you're xbox with a modchip and an unlocked HDD.

Make sure you've got the MS Dash on the HDD.

Boot Evox from CD-RW / DVD and lock the drive (hddlockenable)

Oke, now this xbox is ready to boot the MS Dash with the modchip off. So the xbox is booting from the TSOP.

I'll assume you soldered the Wright Enable points for TSOP flashing.

Boot this xbox from the TSOP, copy the savegame to flash you're TSOP....
Flash you're TSOP the way you like it.

Now when the flashing is complete, you can remove the modchip.

Place the MODCHIP in the other xbox... same procedure.

When all the xboxxes are TSOP flashed... you've got 3 nice systems.

Note: You can think of unlocking all the drives becouse you don't have to boot an original bios anymore (it isn't there anymore). When an xbox fails working later, you still can use the hdd drive.

Edited by xombouw, 24 August 2005 - 12:29 PM.





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