Xdk Help Needed
Posted 01 June 2008 - 02:50 AM
My TV supports all modes PAL NTSC...
I put it into PAL - I mode (I'm in Australia) and the screen goes whizzing around at a million miles an hour.
I put it into NTSC - J mode and the screen goes orangey and whizzes around at a trillion (Yes, it actually goes faster ) miles an hour.
I put it into the other mode and the screen stays the same and whizzes around at a trillion miles an hour.
So, I made a short cut with a hotkey (Ctrl+Alt+S) that links to a batch file which runs the XDK screen capture app and then opens the picture .
The question here is self explanatory: HOW DO I GET THE DAMN THING WORKING.
My xbox is PAL 1.4 I think. I run the XDK by running Avalaunch on startup (avalaunch.xbe) then I boot the XDK bios, which boots xboxdash.xbe, and so runs the XDK. I have installed the cdrive.dxt and fdrive.dxt files.
Also, I really want to take videos of me playing Halo 2 / KOTOR but I put the game in to play, run the bios and POOF, KABLAMO, Mr.XBox takes another spaz and tosses a "There was an error running the XBox executable" in my face. Only one program works, the Audio tool thing. Help would be much appreciated.
Posted 02 June 2008 - 09:27 AM
maybe you are using the wrong debug bios for a different video encoder chip?
The original debug biosses that come with the xdk only run debug signed applications. A retail signed application like an original game won't work.
I don't think it is possible to run Halo 2 from within the debug dashboard with only 64MB of Ram. You will need the full 128MB to do it. (Altough I am not sure about that last one.)
Posted 09 June 2008 - 10:11 PM
(After ftping a couple of files over to the xbox.)
But, it has been a while, and they are all called bios.bin...
My xboxes are 1.0 and 1.1. Not sure if that makes a difference.
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