What I wanted to do was to install a switch to shut on/off my chip to be able to play on Live. But the thing is, when I installed the switch, it didn't have any effect (it lauched the chip on both ON and OFF-mode). So I removed the switch, and even then the chip booted.
As you know, disconnecting d0 from ground should disable the chip allowing you to boot the xbox from the original bios. But hey, it didn't. It's still active. And I don't have a clue where d0 obviously is connected to ground.
I have "bridged" my top-d0 point (fixed it, it was damaged). I connected the trace to the hole. Allowing me to use the bottom-d0 point.
Anyone else had this problem? This might be a lucky treat to some d0-troubled fella, but in my case, it's not. I want to disconnect the darn thing from ground. Wherever that connection is hiding. Anyone know of any "hidden" ground or d0 spots on the mb?