NOTE: If he does provide you with an admin login, then any release you put on the XBINS FTP and the XBINS.org site automatically gets you a front page spot here on Xbox-Scene. (XBINS.org is scripted to automatically post front page news of new releases on Xbox-Scene, AFAIK)
yeah, i have a question about the custom BIOS you used, is it capable of working on a 1.6? and is it .06 or .67? when i was putting together xmu, i wanted an option to install to hdd, and i figured that i would need a bfm bios version for .06 setups and one for .67 setups. then it hit someone might need a 1.6 specific bios. so then i wondered if your bios would work on a 1.6, and if it doesn't, then i might have to release a 1.6 only version.
Yes, the BIOS is a heavily-modified version of Evox M8plus (converted to BFM with many hex edits to point to the DVD drive for booting the dashboard (root.xbe), and also for In-Game Reset to return to the dashboard on the DVD (which is also coded to return to root.xbe) and has DVD-booting disabled to prevent the BIOS from looping when returning to the dash) which is also compatible with v1.6 XBOXes.
It is currently set up for .06 partitioning, however, it also recognizes XBPartitioner partition tables natively.
Which means that ANY partition style created using XBPartitioner is recognized correctly by my modified Evox M8plus BIOS, regardless of whether the partitions are .06 style, .67 style, or any custom partitioning style.
So basically, the BIOS file included in my rescue disc is a 'frankenstein' Evox M8plus .06 BIOS.
Edited by FrostyTheSnowman, 17 June 2009 - 10:39 PM.