Which was on sale for $10 at the time. It was a damned good deal, only problem was it was the slim version of the chip, which meant there was a lot I had to solder/desolder to the thing (according to this guide):
So I killed C1b, put a 100nf capacitor on C1A, 22K resistor on R2A, and 1K resistor on R1A. Bridged the two points next to C1A. Per user Pudrik's advice on xbox-hacker :
I put a wire between the one peg on IC2 to the + terminal of D3A, and the other two switching diodes in the series I used a straight wire instead.
Booted in 50 seconds the first three times and now boots in 10-15 minutes. What can I do? (besides buy a new chip of course).
Edited by rastaman108037, 30 November 2011 - 12:36 AM.