Dec 16 2002, 02:39 AM
How would I wire this? I keep getting red/green flashes.
Dec 16 2002, 03:45 AM
Turn the 6 metal post towards you horizontally. Choose either 2 post all the way to the left or vice versa. Solder your wires on ONLY 2 metal posts that are close to each other vertically. Don't solder anything in the MIDDLE two posts. Not needed. I hope that helps! Good luck!
Dec 16 2002, 03:48 AM
Thanks. I totally fucked that little solder point. I will just use the one on the back. i am really good at soldering to. I think I let my iron get to damn hot. Its a easy fix though.
Dec 16 2002, 03:50 AM
Don't use any iron higher than 15 watts on delicate circuit board like the Xbox. I used only a 15 watt myself and it gets dang hot for just 15 watts! I feel bad for the newbie that uses a 100 watt or something.
Dec 16 2002, 03:56 AM
i have a switch running off the back points
take the d0 and wire it to one of the pins of the switch
take the ground and wire it to the other pin of the switch
Dec 16 2002, 04:03 AM
I also have a switch. It's mounted on the inside connected to the metal shielding. It's out of sight and works perfect as of now.
Dec 16 2002, 05:39 AM
Folks, I presume we're discussing wiring an enable/disable for the original X-ecuter chip...?
If so, can you point me to a wiring diagram for the chip, and please triple-verify the connections that you are making/breaking to enable/disable the chip?
I'd like to add this info to my Adding Switches tutorial -- I don't currently have info for the X-ecuter.
Dec 16 2002, 07:58 AM
Yea, check out my website for how to install the switch.
Dec 16 2002, 10:03 PM
Thanks guys. I got it working seems like I just had it wired wrong.
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