Dec 1 2004, 11:37 PM
As far as a chip that will be used for emulators, how does this stack up against the others. I don't have a problem soldering, so I don't care about the solderless deal. The only other question is how do you program it and get the emulators on there from a laptop. Can you just use a lan cable to connect from the back of the xbox to the laptop? I just want an easy chip to use for emulators. Thanks, and sorry about the newbie question.
Dec 1 2004, 11:40 PM
are you talking about programing you chip? or transfering emulators?
but yea, use crossover and ftp files that way!
Dec 1 2004, 11:42 PM
Allright, I will search for that cable instead of asking about it. Thanks for the quick reply.
Dec 1 2004, 11:45 PM
Pretty much I am a newbie to this, so here goes.
How do I program the chip once I have soldered it into the xbox. Do I do it with whatever came with the modchip, or do I have to use my computer.
Secondly, how do I transfer data from my laptop (2usb ports and one lan port) to the xbox. Data such as emulators and things. Thanks.
Dec 1 2004, 11:47 PM
- first thing first, i `ll think you should read those tuts you see around here.
Dec 1 2004, 11:49 PM
All I really want to know is what I need to buy other than the chip, any special cables or anything? That is all I was wondering- just if there is any other hardware I need to download the emulators from my laptop to my xbox and play them on my xbox. All the other stuff I will figure out later. Thanks.
Dec 1 2004, 11:56 PM
Come on man, just two simple answers. I will search for everything else once I get it modded, but for now I just need to know what to buy with the 2.6 chip up front to get it up and running.
Dec 2 2004, 06:42 AM
all you need is a crossovercable
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