QUOTE(letsmod @ Nov 24 2010, 04:27 AM)
what a joke, they heard Maximus was releasing one and made up a story,
Well I will post the maximus one on youtube tonight that is already being manufactured and working
Maximus Lizard!! NO SOLDERING required, NO CUTTING required !!!
Sorry for the delay, working 12 hour shifts, I have a life ... but, here you go.... Remember, I'm in the UK, so they done well to announce, code, ship and have i delivered to the UK in 2 days....http://bit.ly/eXfv7J
QUOTE(letsmod @ Nov 24 2010, 05:08 AM)
I can guarantee the maximus Lizard will be first, team X just likes the thunder for something they dont have
If they dont have it, what am I using above? It's very real. This sort of thing isnt made in 24 hours.
QUOTE(letsmod @ Nov 24 2010, 07:39 AM)
nice video of dosflash, no proof of any hardware, because they have nothing
Since when has USB worked in DOS? DosFash32 isnt 32bit CLI, what I show is.
Denying this exists when you have no dea if it does, or doesnt, is just making you look stupid.
JF support will be worked on to include this.
QUOTE(carranzafp @ Nov 24 2010, 03:04 PM)
All I can say, is Team Xecuter is pathetic rushing release fake video and 5 mins schematic just to be the "first". LOL
Lizard video taken 8 months ago. =)
It's as [FAKE] as Xtractor Reader's bug for flow control
Xecuter have provided me with a prototype, I'm very fortunate at this stage to have this, as I only have a laptop for Drive Flashing ATM.
It's worked 100% so far, (BenQ/Samsung) I've work in the morning so need to go to bed soon!
It took 45 seconds to setup (installing drivers) and has worked flawlessly so far, bad flash recovery seems to work too! No VIA/Nforce required.
Hat's off to TX, for a prototype, I'd be hard pushed to choose to go back to a desktop again, this product has the potential to be the best.Note. Before anyone says I'm biased, look, its an Xtractor Pro 2 I use to power the drive, courtesy of Letsmod/VGC **Although, the RS232 side didnt work, and was a known fault (wasnt it redeath?) but VGC sent 1 of the known faulty ones anyway, thanks Ed The team appreciated that!