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#1 VRiD

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Posted 14 November 2006 - 12:03 AM

First of all hello all dear forum members, all doing great stuff for the community!
I got alot of info by reading and lots of help as well.
Especially thanks to Textbook with his flashing guide, Klutsh and his boot maker, eXOBeX and X360sam
Andey Hewitt for helping me out and of course many others who keep this forum alive and kicking.

Just wanted to show a little appreciation.

ok so to my question.
I looked around the forum but couldn't find a direct answer.

If i understood correctly Xtreme 4.x + have the ms28 core thus giving firmguard.
Now, do MS28 drives have different hardware causing them to require the vcc trick, or is it the same firmguard function which causes difficulties with reading/writing? (no vcc only 0800 disc..?)

and another, non related, E66 question.
An analysis of the error said that it should appear @ ms28 drives which are flashed
with 3.3 or less (because they aren't written with the ms28 core).
Except that ms25 should theoretically always be ok.
Does anybody know why ms25 get e66 errors anyway (except swapped drives)?
On a second note, should it be safe (though it's not 100% because some get errors anyway) to update with an 3.3 MS25? (I'm quite answering my own question but would still like to hear an opinion)


The results I saw seem to be mixed.

TIA.

Edited by VRiD, 14 November 2006 - 12:15 AM.


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Posted 14 November 2006 - 06:40 PM



Incase my questions weren't clear I'll rephrase and be more specific:

A: Is it still necessary to do the VCC trick or could u flash an ms28 only with the 0800 disabling the firmguard?

B: For an MS25 is it basically safer to flash to an 3.3...?




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