GOT A POSER HERE.
last week i had a lightning strike "enter" the house via my living room xbox.
The strike passed through the chassis of the xbox, and onto my ethernet network.
not only did i lose 5 tv's, 2 computers, tons of other shit, and 4 xboxes, but anything connected to a CAT5 cable got the ethernet adapter fried. a reminder for you all that surge protection and UPS (both of which i have on most previously mentioned equipment) are precautions, not failsafe.
well, here's my question.
i'd like to use the pile of random working xbox parts i have left over from the 4 that blew.
i can squeeze a couple more xboxes out of the pile if i can convert the power supplies to work with a previously incompatable version of motherboard.
if anyone has a solid source for output specs on these power supply's, id like to get in touch with you.
i'd use my multimeter, but i don't know how to figure out the voltages on the blown PSU's.
any help would be much appreciated.
also, quit arguing about stupid sht on informational forums....f'k'n noobs.