This tutorial is to teach you how to make custom bios for use with the many bios loaders currently in use. With any bios.Step 1:
Grab the latest version of xbtool and install it. This can be done by various methods, but I just unrared it into my “My Programs” folder, and made a shortcut to it on my desktop (you may want to put it into your Program folder under your start menu.)Step 2:
A trip the “Usual Place”
Optional: if you want to understand the process more: try loading a bios, notice you can’t check the “Convert to BFM box.” This step is to fix that.
Log on the “Usual Place” and grab /PC/bios tools/XBtool/Config.rar
While you’re at it, grab the bios of your choice (unedited, non-bfm, of course)Step 3:
Now, unrar Config.rar into xbtool’s config folder (overwrite any files.)
Open up XBtool and set the "Bios Type" to "Multi" (some bioses will require you to choose a different Bios Type)
Click the "Unpack..."
XBtool now will Unpack the bios into 3 .img files in a folder with the same name as the bios file, except the folder is all lower case, ie iND-BiOS.5001.06.bin unpacks into ind-bios.5001.06/.
Now, tick the "Convert to BFM box" and hit the "Pack..." button.
Select the "xboxkrnl.img" that XBtool generated for you, then choose a filename for your bios.
Congradulations, you know have a working BFM bios from any bios. (not just supported ones!)
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