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Posted 18 January 2010 - 11:09 AM

I have searched the forum and the web but cant find a single comprehensive guide on how to flash a winbond TSOP using raincoat , i have an AID disc but all i've read says that it wont work.

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Posted 18 January 2010 - 01:16 PM

Heimdall gave me a guide for this some time ago. I'll try and find it when i get home from work and post it here.

It was a bit rough and ready as Heimdall amended it whilst he was helping me.

It might get you up and running.

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Posted 18 January 2010 - 01:21 PM

QUOTE(Trebz @ Jan 18 2010, 11:16 PM) View Post

Heimdall gave me a guide for this some time ago. I'll try and find it when i get home from work and post it here.

It was a bit rough and ready as Heimdall amended it whilst he was helping me.

It might get you up and running.

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Thanks, or any other method for flashing a winbond chip will do. I have splinter cell and a usb adapter and a flash drive that works but i cant find a decent guide for that method either.


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Posted 18 January 2010 - 07:40 PM

this is the giude i used way back when http://forums.xbox-s...showtopic=61901

it uses the 007 game exploit, but the raincoat section still applies


oh yeah, if you have vista or windows 7 youll need to get putty for telnet http://www.chiark.gr...y/download.html

Edited by lordvader129, 18 January 2010 - 07:41 PM.


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Posted 18 January 2010 - 11:40 PM

Still using XP on my main pc and i dont have a 007 disc that will work but i do have splinter cell, the box i want to flash is chipped but i want to remove the chip and use it to repair other xbox's that i have. Chip is a Xenium and if i could get a bios for it that will allow me to remove the dvd that doesnt read at all. Heimdall told me what to use but i cant find any seeders for the Hexen file.

QUOTE(lordvader129 @ Jan 19 2010, 05:40 AM) View Post

this is the giude i used way back when http://forums.xbox-s...showtopic=61901

it uses the 007 game exploit, but the raincoat section still applies
oh yeah, if you have vista or windows 7 youll need to get putty for telnet http://www.chiark.gr...y/download.html



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Posted 19 January 2010 - 05:27 AM

Not wanting to confuse matters but i did say i'd pass you Heimdall's info. It may not be of help as Lordvader has posted you some info.

This info was for my old 1.4 which had a Winbond on board, my 1.4 motherboard is now dead so i did not manage to run through the tutorial. I have recently used the EvoX dashboard approach to TSP flash my new 1.2/1.3 Xbox, it worked faultlessly. I managed to flash both Ind 5003 and X2.4981 to a Hynix chip. I was actually shocked at how easy it was with the EvoX dashboard.

From Heimdall:
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OK.

The easiest way to TSOP is to softmod first. I know it sounds crazy, but it's true! It's not the quickest method, but it only adds about 5 minutes to the process, and it's worth it because it's reliable. It also works without the need for burning DVDs or CDs......!!!!!! I've broken this into sections.

1. Get The Files

Everything you'll need is available on Xbins:

- Krayzie 1.1.1 gamesave
- EvolutionX dashboard 3935
- Your preferred BIOS, plus the tools to configure it if you go for X2.4981 or Evox M8+ (or M7)

If your current MS dash isn't 5960 then you'll also need to update your current dash to make the softmod work, in which case let me know and I'll talk you through that. Let's assume that it is 5960 for the time being.......

2. Softmod The Xboxa

Load the gamesaves (there are two for Splinter Cell, you need both) onto your Xbox hard drive using the MS dash. Run Splinter cell, load the linux profile, the exploit will trigger. Follow the instructions to softmod the Xbox. Copy the backups from your Xbox to your PC when it prompts you to. Again, while it may seem perverse (given that you want to use EvolutionX dash to do the flashing), install UnleashX as a dash. The reason is that UnleashX has a file manager, while Evox doesn't, and you need a file manager.

3. Configure The BIOS

I can't stress enough that you need to make sure you use a 256k BIOS that works on a 1.4 Xbox, because anything else will leave you needing a chip. For iND.BIOS.5003 and X2.4981 you're safe with a 1.4, but for Evox M8 you have to use the version that DOESN'T have 1.6 in the filename. The copy I got from Xbins is EvolutionX M8plus Bios.rar, and the BIOS you need is M8plus.bin, NOT M8plus_16.bin.

Now, because you're having trouble burning DVDs you'll have to take a bit of care with the next step. Other than the warning above, nothing you do should brick your Xbox, you'll just have to rerun the gamesave exploit to get access to fix any problems. Essentially you need to configure your BIOS so it knows where to load your dash from. The softmod has already put the UnleashX dash at E:\Dashboard\default.xbe, so select that as your first dash. For iND-BIOS.5003 you just edit the config file:

DASH1=\Device\Harddisk0\Partition1\dashboard\default.xbe

For X2.4981 and Evox M8+ you run the config tool, load the BIOS, and edit "Boot Partitions And Executables" to point

to E:\Dashboard\default.xbe as the first dash. Also select your preferred disk configuration - for one large F partition select "Partition 6 Takes Rest Of The Drive", for F and G select "Partition 6 Takes up to 137GB / Partition 7 Takes Rest". Also uncheck the "DVD Drive Check" box, then save the BIOS - give it a sensible name so you can find it in the next step!.

If you want to use a different dash you just install that wherever you want on your hard disk, and change the BIOS configuration to point to that instead of UnleashX. It's also worth having a fallback dash - I use
DASH2=\Device\Harddisk0\Partition1\Dashboard\EvolutionX\evoxdash.xbe

(E:\Dashboard\EvolutionX\evoxdash.xbe)

because I leave Evox on all my Xboxes after step 4.

4. Put The Flashing Files Onto The Xbox

Create a directory on the E drive to put the Evox dashboard in - mine's in E:\Dashboard\EvolutionX\. Use ftp to copy all of the Evox dash files and directories into that directory. Put your chosen 256k BIOS into the E:\Dashboard\EvolutionX\BIOS directory on your Xbox. If you are using iND-BIOS.5003 select either the .06 version or the .67 version, depending on whether you want F only, or F and G.

5. Flash The Xbox

Now you're in the home straight. Use the UnleashX file manager to run the evoxdash.xbe you just installed - E:\Dashboard\EvolutionX\evoxdash.xbe. Select System Utils - Flash BIOS, scroll down to your BIOS, and select it with A, and press Y to flash.

When it's done flashing the Xbox will shutdown, and when you reboot it will load your flashed BIOS, and UnleashX will load - but this time the splash screen will be different, and the Xbox LED will remain green.


6. Things That Might Go Wrong....

I can only think of two things that might go wrong.

A. You might have a Winbond TSOP, in which case you'll need modified steps 4 and 5.

B. You might have a flash type that's not in the standard evox.ini, in which case you'll get this error message:

Manufacturers ID 09 Device ID 00
!! Flash Not Writeable !!

To fix that you just paste this into your evox.ini on top of the existing Flash section:

Flash = 0x04BA,"ALX2+ R3 FLASH",0x40000
Flash = 0x01b0,"AMD Am29F002BT/NBT",0x40000
Flash = 0x0134,"AMD Am29F002BB/NBB",0x40000
Flash = 0x0151,"AMD Am29F200BT",0x40000
Flash = 0x0157,"AMD Am29F200BB",0x40000
Flash = 0x0140,"AMD Am29LV002BT",0x40000
Flash = 0x01c2,"AMD Am29LV002BB",0x40000
Flash = 0x013b,"AMD Am29LV200BT",0x40000
Flash = 0x01bf,"AMD Am29LV200BB",0x40000
Flash = 0x010c,"AMD Am29DL400BT",0x80000
Flash = 0x010f,"AMD Am29DL400BB",0x80000
Flash = 0x0177,"AMD Am29F004BT",0x80000
Flash = 0x017b,"AMD Am29F004BB",0x80000
Flash = 0x01a4,"AMD Am29F040B",0x80000
Flash = 0x0123,"AMD Am29F400BT",0x80000
Flash = 0x01ab,"AMD Am29F400BB",0x80000
Flash = 0x01b5,"AMD Am29LV004BT",0x80000
Flash = 0x01b6,"AMD Am29LV004BB",0x80000
Flash = 0x014f,"AMD Am29LV040B",0x80000
Flash = 0x01b9,"AMD Am29LV400BT",0x80000
Flash = 0x01ba,"AMD Am29LV400BB",0x80000
Flash = 0x014a,"AMD Am29DL800BT",0x100000
Flash = 0x01cb,"AMD Am29DL800BB",0x100000
Flash = 0x01d5,"AMD Am29F080B / XECUTER 2",0x100000
Flash = 0x01d6,"AMD Am29F800BT",0x100000
Flash = 0x0158,"AMD Am29F800BB",0x100000
Flash = 0x013e,"AMD Am29LV008BT",0x100000
Flash = 0x0137,"AMD Am29LV008BB",0x100000
Flash = 0x0138,"AMD Am29LV080B",0x100000
Flash = 0x01da,"AMD Am29LV800BT/DT",0x100000
Flash = 0x015b,"AMD Am29LV800BB/DB",0x100000
Flash = 0x378c,"AMIC A29002T/290021T",0x40000
Flash = 0x370d,"AMIC A29002U/290021U",0x40000
Flash = 0x3786,"AMIC A29040A",0x80000
Flash = 0x37b0,"AMIC A29400T/294001T",0x80000
Flash = 0x3731,"AMIC A29400U/294001U",0x80000
Flash = 0x3734,"AMIC A29L004T/A29L400T",0x80000
Flash = 0x37b5,"AMIC A29L004U/A29L400U",0x80000
Flash = 0x3792,"AMIC A29L040",0x80000
Flash = 0x370e,"AMIC A29800T",0x100000
Flash = 0x378f,"AMIC A29800U",0x100000
Flash = 0x371a,"AMIC A29L008T/A29L800T",0x100000
Flash = 0x379b,"AMIC A29L008U/A29L800U",0x100000
Flash = 0x1f07,"Atmel AT49F002A",0x40000
Flash = 0x1f08,"Atmel AT49F002AT",0x40000
Flash = 0x04b0,"Fujitsu MBM29F002TC",0x40000
Flash = 0x0434,"Fujitsu MBM29F002BC",0x40000
Flash = 0x0451,"Fujitsu MBM29F200TC",0x40000
Flash = 0x0457,"Fujitsu MBM29F200BC",0x40000
Flash = 0x0440,"Fujitsu MBM29LV002TC",0x40000
Flash = 0x04c2,"Fujitsu MBM29LV002BC",0x40000
Flash = 0x043b,"Fujitsu MBM29LV200TC",0x40000
Flash = 0x04bf,"Fujitsu MBM29LV200BC",0x40000
Flash = 0x040c,"Fujitsu MBM29DL400TC",0x80000
Flash = 0x040f,"Fujitsu MBM29DL400BC",0x80000
Flash = 0x0477,"Fujitsu MBM29F004TC",0x80000
Flash = 0x047b,"Fujitsu MBM29F004BC",0x80000
Flash = 0x04a4,"Fujitsu MBM29F040C",0x80000
Flash = 0x0423,"Fujitsu MBM29F400TC",0x80000
Flash = 0x04ab,"Fujitsu MBM29F400BC",0x80000
Flash = 0x04b5,"Fujitsu MBM29LV004TC",0x80000
Flash = 0x04b6,"Fujitsu MBM29LV004BC",0x80000
Flash = 0x04b9,"Fujitsu MBM29LV400TC",0x80000
Flash = 0x04ba,"Fujitsu MBM29LV400BC",0x80000
Flash = 0x044a,"Fujitsu MBM29DL800TA",0x100000
Flash = 0x04cb,"Fujitsu MBM29DL800BA",0x100000
Flash = 0x04d5,"Fujitsu MBM29F080A",0x100000
Flash = 0x04d6,"Fujitsu MBM29F800TA",0x100000
Flash = 0x0458,"Fujitsu MBM29F800BA",0x100000
Flash = 0x043e,"Fujitsu MBM29LV008TA",0x100000
Flash = 0x0437,"Fujitsu MBM29LV008BA",0x100000
Flash = 0x0438,"Fujitsu MBM29LV080A",0x100000
Flash = 0x04da,"Fujitsu MBM29LV800TA/TE",0x100000
Flash = 0x045b,"Fujitsu MBM29LV800BA/BE",0x100000
Flash = 0xadb0,"Hynix HY29F002",0x40000
Flash = 0xada4,"Hynix HY29F040A",0x80000
Flash = 0xad23,"Hynix HY29F400T/AT",0x80000
Flash = 0xadab,"Hynix HY29F400B/AB",0x80000
Flash = 0xadb9,"Hynix HY29LV400T",0x80000
Flash = 0xadba,"Hynix HY29LV400B",0x80000
Flash = 0xadd5,"Hynix HY29F080",0x100000
Flash = 0xadd6,"Hynix HY29F800T/AT",0x100000
Flash = 0xad58,"Hynix HY29F800B/AB",0x100000
Flash = 0xadda,"Hynix HY29LV800T",0x100000
Flash = 0xad5b,"Hynix HY29LV800B",0x100000
Flash = 0xc2b0,"Macronix MX29F002T/NT",0x40000
Flash = 0xc234,"Macronix MX29F002B/NB",0x40000
Flash = 0xc236,"Macronix MX29F022T/NT",0x40000
Flash = 0xc237,"Macronix MX29F022B/NB",0x40000
Flash = 0xc251,"Macronix MX29F200T",0x40000
Flash = 0xc257,"Macronix MX29F200B",0x40000
Flash = 0xc245,"Macronix MX29F004T",0x80000
Flash = 0xc246,"Macronix MX29F004B",0x80000
Flash = 0xc2a4,"Macronix MX29F040",0x80000
Flash = 0xc223,"Macronix MX29F400T",0x80000
Flash = 0xc2ab,"Macronix MX29F400B",0x80000
Flash = 0xc2b5,"Macronix MX29LV004T",0x80000
Flash = 0xc2b6,"Macronix MX29LV004B",0x80000
Flash = 0xc24f,"Macronix MX29LV040",0x80000
Flash = 0xc2b9,"Macronix MX29LV400T",0x80000
Flash = 0xc2ba,"Macronix MX29LV400B",0x80000
Flash = 0xc2d5,"Macronix MX29F080",0x100000
Flash = 0xc2d6,"Macronix MX29F800T",0x100000
Flash = 0xc258,"Macronix MX29F800B",0x100000
Flash = 0xc23e,"Macronix MX29LV008T",0x100000
Flash = 0xc237,"Macronix MX29LV008B",0x100000
Flash = 0xc238,"Macronix MX29LV081",0x100000
Flash = 0xc2da,"Macronix MX29LV800T",0x100000
Flash = 0xc25b,"Macronix MX29LV800B",0x100000
Flash = 0xb0c9,"Sharp LHF00L02/L06/L07",0x100000
Flash = 0xb0cf,"Sharp LHF00L03/L04/L05",0x100000
Flash = 0x89a2,"Sharp LH28F008SA series",0x100000
Flash = 0x89a6,"Sharp LH28F008SC series",0x100000
Flash = 0xb0ec,"Sharp LH28F008BJxx-PT series",0x100000
Flash = 0xb0ed,"Sharp LH28F008BJxx-PB series",0x100000
Flash = 0xb04b,"Sharp LH28F800BVxx-BTL series",0x100000
Flash = 0xb04c,"Sharp LH28F800BVxx-TV series",0x100000
Flash = 0xb04d,"Sharp LH28F800BVxx-BV series",0x100000
Flash = 0xbf10,"SST 29EE020",0x40000
Flash = 0xbf12,"SST 29LE020/29VE020",0x40000
Flash = 0xbfd6,"SST 39LF020/39VF020",0x40000
Flash = 0xbfb6,"SST 39SF020A",0x40000
Flash = 0xbf57,"SST 49LF002A",0x40000
Flash = 0xbf61,"SST 49LF020",0x40000
Flash = 0xbf52,"SST 49LF020A",0x40000
Flash = 0xbf1b,"SST 49LF003A",0x60000
Flash = 0xbf1c,"SST 49LF030A",0x60000
Flash = 0xbf13,"SST 29SF040",0x80000
Flash = 0xbf14,"SST 29VF040",0x80000
Flash = 0xbfd7,"SST 39LF040/39VF040",0x80000
Flash = 0xbfb7,"SST 39SF040",0x80000
Flash = 0xbf60,"SST 49LF004A/B",0x80000
Flash = 0xbf51,"SST 49LF040",0x80000
Flash = 0xbfd8,"SST 39LF080/39VF080/39VF088",0x100000
Flash = 0xbf5a,"SST 49LF008A",0x100000
Flash = 0xbf5b,"SST 49LF080A",0x100000
Flash = 0x20b0,"ST M29F002T/NT/BT/BNT",0x40000
Flash = 0x2034,"ST M29F002B/BB",0x40000
Flash = 0x20d3,"ST M29F200BT",0x40000
Flash = 0x20d4,"ST M29F200BB",0x40000
Flash = 0x20e2,"ST M29F040 series",0x80000
Flash = 0x20d5,"ST M29F400T/BT",0x80000
Flash = 0x20d6,"ST M29F400B/BB",0x80000
Flash = 0x20f1,"ST M29F080 series",0x100000
Flash = 0x20ec,"ST M29F800DT",0x100000
Flash = 0x2058,"ST M29F800DB",0x100000
Flash = 0xda45,"Winbond W29C020",0x40000
Flash = 0xdab5,"Winbond W39L020",0x40000
Flash = 0xda0b,"Winbond W49F002U",0x40000
Flash = 0xda8c,"Winbond W49F020",0x40000
Flash = 0xdab0,"Winbond W49V002A",0x40000
Flash = 0xda46,"Winbond W29C040",0x40000
Flash = 0xdab6,"Winbond W39L040",0x80000
Flash = 0xda3d,"Winbond W39V040A",0x80000
#Flash = 0x9000,"Winbond W49F020T",0x40000
Flash = 0x01AD,"XECUTER 3",0x100000
Flash = 0x20e3,"XChanger",0x40000


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Edited by Trebz, 19 January 2010 - 05:29 AM.


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Posted 19 January 2010 - 06:46 AM

I dont mean to be ungrateful but since i dont have a 007 disc the above is pretty much useless to me and there are no seeders to the Hexen file so i cant use that, also i said that the xbox is chipped.

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Posted 19 January 2010 - 07:58 AM

QUOTE(hangover @ Jan 18 2010, 11:46 PM) View Post

I dont mean to be ungrateful but since i dont have a 007 disc the above is pretty much useless to me and there are no seeders to the Hexen file so i cant use that, also i said that the xbox is chipped.

raincoat is raincoat no matter how you run it, you wanted a guide on flashing with raincoat, there it is

now if you need help running raincoat, thats a different story

since the xbox is chipped easiest way to go will be a softmod installer, look for frosty's rescue disc, you can install a softmod from that, disable the chip and it should load the softmod, from there (assuming you have soldered the write-enable points) you can use eurasia flashdisc to flash the TSOP, just get the disc (google it) and burn to a cd-rw, load it, it shoudl eject the tray and you load another cd-rw with the bios you want to flash, named bios.bin (same as for a modchip with cromwell) after that load frosty's again and rebuild C without the softmod and your done, you can remove the chip for use in another xbox

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Posted 19 January 2010 - 09:26 AM

QUOTE(lordvader129 @ Jan 19 2010, 05:58 PM) View Post

raincoat is raincoat no matter how you run it, you wanted a guide on flashing with raincoat, there it is

now if you need help running raincoat, thats a different story

since the xbox is chipped easiest way to go will be a softmod installer, look for frosty's rescue disc, you can install a softmod from that, disable the chip and it should load the softmod, from there (assuming you have soldered the write-enable points) you can use eurasia flashdisc to flash the TSOP, just get the disc (google it) and burn to a cd-rw, load it, it shoudl eject the tray and you load another cd-rw with the bios you want to flash, named bios.bin (same as for a modchip with cromwell) after that load frosty's again and rebuild C without the softmod and your done, you can remove the chip for use in another xbox


Perfect ,thanks mate thats just what i was after !




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