QUOTE(ccfman2004 @ Dec 22 2009, 04:39 PM)
XBReboot uses virtual efuses so no need to solder r6t3 back on since we are using a hacked kernel.
Fantastic. So removing the r6t3 will protect the xbox from possible updates which may come from xbox live (if you have the box conencted to the network) OR from a possible update from a game.
If you do not have r6t3 removed, could you leave it in if you just remove the "system update$" folder off any games before dumping them to your HDD and make sure that you never connect the box to the internet?