Jan 9 2004, 12:29 PM
hi, do i need to solder the lframe on a v1.2 box??
Jan 9 2004, 01:45 PM
On a 1.2 just solder the LPC points and ground the D0 point.
Jan 9 2004, 03:16 PM
i have bridged 2 points on the bottom side of the mobo is that what you mean with grounding? i did the version comparision and found i have a v1.2 box. Is this test 100%? i made my conlusion based on the xbox serial. 5063581 31005 and i flashed te lpc with m7 should that work?
now it doesnt:( damn these new xboxes the old ones modded fine
ive even soldered the lpc connections 3 times.
Jan 9 2004, 07:37 PM
You need to run a wire from the D0 point to one of the ground connections (where the screws fit). I would unsolder the points you have joined on the underside as you should not need to do this. The bios should work fine in any version.
Jan 9 2004, 07:44 PM
ok tnx ill try that. where can i find this d0 point on the topside?????
this is what i did on the underside http://www.xbox-scene.com/imageserver2/lpc...d/link-wire.jpg
Jan 9 2004, 08:28 PM
Not sure if the end of the diode where your wire is is ground so I would run your wire from the solder point to the metal roud where the screw is. The solder point you have used on the underside is correct for the alternative D0 point as long as it is linked to ground
Jan 9 2004, 08:43 PM
i have tried this D0 http://www.ankarah.com/img/adv_12_13_14_15.jpg
and linked to a screwhole.
to make sure the lpc wasnt damaged i tested it in my own v1.1 box and works fine.. ive put my own lpc in this v1.2 now.
eject button still blinks a few times.
maybe the -A version of the SST LPC isnt compatible with v.1.2 motherboard?
Jan 11 2004, 02:08 PM
still havent found a solution.
( what could be the problem???? anyone??
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