QUOTE(JimmyGoon @ Jun 5 2005, 07:41 AM)
What is UEEE (I know it is the Easter Egg Exploit)
How about compatibility (Kernels and Dashs)
Why use it over UXE?
What are the downsides... gets wiped out with update maybe?
And what is this NDURE stuff. the stuff on xwiki doesn't make ANY sense to me. How is it better than UXE if it can get erased with a simple dash update :S
UXE and UEEE/NDURE (same fonts + trigger xbe, diff location) have no kernel limits
UXE has some memory bug that fucks your eeprom if you change settings (using a virtual eeprom prevents corrupting your eeprom) and is reluctant to boot anything but English/4:3 or letterbox config in your REAL eeprom. Again, a virtual eeprom doesn't load untill after boot so no prbs if that has other settings.
UEEE/NDURE boots with (any?) language, has no known memory layout issue that causes eeprom corruption, support for XBL update.xbe's (content downloads/game updates etc) can be added in case you want, however then you must fill up the C drive to prevent a dashboard update if you do this.
And some more freaky shit like non-coldboot XBL access etcetc. NDURE is the bootstrapped version, UEEE the "double dash" version (boot to M$ dash first).