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#1 syro

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Posted 17 November 2006 - 10:31 AM

hi guys.

I've a big problem. I'd like to connect my xbox on my beamer via vga to get a better resolution. so I bought a component cable (like hd pak) and connected it on the xbox. my beamer has only to two inputs rgb and vga. so I bought a cable that changes yuv (component) to vga. I connected both cable with an adapter so the signal can go from xbox to my beamer. but here is the point when I turn my beamer on - the whole screen turns kinda green. I see the xbmc or msdash but whole in green. I don't know what to do. please help me. do I need a special bios or something else? I've a xbox 1.0 and a matrix/xodus chip -> has only 256.

- sorry for my english - I'm from germany smile.gif

greetz syro

#2 Breaker2015

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Posted 20 November 2006 - 11:44 AM

you need a special bios
there is a new vga bios patcher.
have a look in the bios section.
it patches any bios to get rid of the green tint issue




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