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#1 Leontes

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Posted 03 July 2007 - 10:11 AM

I have just flashed my xbox 1.0 with spiderchip reflash cd. I flashed the bios bank that usually contains the M8 bios (i think thats what its called) I worked, but I dont know what bios I have put on there, Help!

#2 HackDaBox

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Posted 04 July 2007 - 02:38 PM


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HackDaBox Reflash Cd
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The HackDaBox Reflash Cd is the easiest way to re-flash your xbox bios and works with many many modchips including Duo X2 , Aladdin XT , Spiderchips and loads more !

Just Unrar the file using winrar ( rarlabs.com ) by right clicking on the rar file and choosing Extract Here. Open Nero Buring Rom ( nero.com ) and close the wizzard. Click on recorder, Burn Image. Click on the Desktop button on the left side. Click on HackDaBoxReflashCd.iso and click open. Choose CD or DVD. DVD-R works best on all models but CDRW works on most. Don't use cdr as they don't work on xbox. Tick Write and Finalize CD. Choose 4X burn speed and click on Burn.

Now boot your xbox. Press open and insert the HackDaBox Reflash Cd. Select Flash modchip Bios. Choose your xbox version.

For the curious...

Xbox V1.0 - V1.5 will be flashed with the X2 4981.06 bios
Xbox V1.6 - V1.6b will be flashed with the Evox M8 Plus V1.6 bios

HackDaBox !

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#3 Leontes

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 09:24 AM

Thanks HackDaBox biggrin.gif I've got it done. Your disk rocks!




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