Help: Flashed Now Xbox Lights Going Crazy And Black Screen
Posted 11 September 2010 - 06:30 AM
I went to be useual places and grabbed 'splintercellsave_with_evox_raincoat-pal.' and '007_raincoat_0.7' extracted splintercell game save to my desktop and extracted 007 raincoat 0.7 to my desktop.Just to make sure I was going to be using 0.7 raincoat i swooped the the splintercelll raincoat file (in the raincoat folder) and raincoat.conf with the ones from the 007 raincoat 0.7 folder.
After i ziped everything back up and got it to my xbox hardrive i loaded my original splintercell loaded linux and booted into evox, then choose to flash with raincoat, heard the sound and opened telnet on my desktop (I'm using a crossover cable and windows 7) I loged in password etc...
BACKUP up my original bios and flashed. (Followed the readme instructions) .
Now when i reboot my xbox it trys to boot, once then trys twice then finally the third time boots but the light on the front of te box is flashing red and orange and the screen is black.
The tsop is not a sharp so I only brigde the point on the front of the moterboard and the one on the back, but surley it woudn't have flashed if the soldering points wasn't correct.
I really don't no what is wrong or whether i've compleatly messed it up any input would help.
Posted 11 September 2010 - 08:03 AM
Other point here
how do you link these pictures to te thread?
Edited by othersider, 11 September 2010 - 08:11 AM.
Posted 11 September 2010 - 10:01 AM
other than that everything sounds right, you can try the 3 wire trick (see my sig) and see if that helps
Posted 11 September 2010 - 11:14 AM
thanks man L)
Posted 11 September 2010 - 01:07 PM
And to reiterate what lordvader129 said, you don't use XBtool with iND-BIOS. I've just tried and it refuses to open iND-BIOS.5003, so I have no idea what you actually did. I suspect that you might have used X2ool, which is for X2.5xxx BIOSes, and which just writes an X2config.ini file, but that doesn't explain why the BIOS is corrupt.
You've also missed the key point about using iND-BIOS.5003, which is that you DON'T edit the BIOS, you flash the BIOS then make your changes in the config file, C:\ind-bios.cfg
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