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#1 matt11601

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Posted 22 August 2003 - 03:01 PM

I'm using the 007 AUF gamesave xploit. I got Phoenix Bios Loader v1.3 running and MXM running as my dashboard. How do I prevent the clock problem from occuring when my XBOX is unplugged for a long period of time? Is it something to do with the fame exploit or do i need EvoX?

Thank you for your time and any help you can offer.

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Posted 22 August 2003 - 06:15 PM

http://freexevoxtut....m/xbdashtut.htm
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ok, you need to get a hex editing program... i use hex workshop 4.1, you can use whatever you want...

now open the ftp to your xbox

look on the C partition for a file named xboxdash.xbe

copy xboxdash.xbe from C to a folder on your pc and name it xboxd.xbe or something...

NEVER EVER DELETE xboxdash.xbe FROM YOUR XBOX OR YOU WILL HAVE JUST TURNED IT INTO A PAPERWEIGHT!
now, hex edit this xboxd.xbe you made and do a search for 7800 7400 6600 as a hex value...

each instance you find of X.T.F. change it to X.F.T. so it will work with your renamed xbox and xbox book files

now save this file as default.xbe

use xbedump to sign it

rename the out.xbe to newdash.xbe and upload it to the C drive on your xbox

now edit your evox.ini file to say

AudioPlayer = "c:newdash.xbe"
MSDashBoard = "c:newdash.xbe"

tada, youre done!

now reboot the xbox and click MS dash and it should go to the ms dash, sometimes something goes wrong (your xbox and xbox book MUST BE .XFT OR THIS WONT WORK!)

if it doesnt work at first try try again!

ENJOY! smile.gif

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KRAKEN - xbox-scene forums

Edited by Mad_Gouki, 22 August 2003 - 06:16 PM.





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