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#1 tommy0486

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Posted 15 October 2005 - 05:56 AM

Well im trying to update my bios in hopes that some of these games will actually work. I found the tutorial on how to do it if evox is installed on the C drive but my evox is in a games save (udata\######). How would I install evox on the C drive and get rid of the evox on the gamesave without fucking everything up so i can update my bios. I tried to update the bios using the method but havent been able to so I just want to get evox onto the c drive to make everything easier. thanks in advance.

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Posted 15 October 2005 - 07:08 AM

I don't think it matters where evox is installed. Just make sure write enable is on on your modchip, your bios is in the bios folder where evox is installed and go to flash bios.

Didn't pay attention that you were talking about a softmod. What games are not working with UDE 2? I've used it extensively and never had a problem. You cannot flash a bios with a softmod as there is nothing to flash. Not sure if you can use a different bios because I've never needed to.

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Posted 15 October 2005 - 04:13 PM

QUOTE(123456789123456789 @ Oct 15 2005, 02:19 AM)
I don't think it matters where evox is installed. Just make sure write enable is on on your modchip, your bios is in the bios folder where evox is installed and go to flash bios.

Didn't pay attention that you were talking about a softmod. What games are not working with UDE 2? I've used it extensively and never had a problem. You cannot flash a bios with a softmod as there is nothing to flash. Not sure if you can use a different bios because I've never needed to.

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Im having trouble with running pretty much all games from the hard drive. I wanted to update the bios to hopefully fix that. When I go into settings on evox the bios version is unknown so I thought it would be a good idea to get better bios on there.




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