Mar 7 2003, 05:34 PM
Would the new version of EvoX be compatible with original Executer? Since I think the original Executer has less capacity than Executer 2
The reason I am asking is the fact that I wanted to update my current EvoX (from 1.8.2594 to the latest version) I wanted to make sure if the MOD BIOS itself is going to accept it.
Thanks in advance.
Mar 7 2003, 05:54 PM
To run unsigned code, which EvolutionX is, you only need a modchip with a working BIOS.
So yes, you can update to the latest EvolutionX without any worries.
Mar 9 2003, 09:54 AM
Do I need to update my BIOS as well? thanks!
Mar 9 2003, 09:56 AM
Nope,you don't have to update your BIOS as well
Mar 9 2003, 10:01 AM
But is it possible? Also how do I determine my BIOS version?
Mar 9 2003, 10:11 AM
You can replace your current EvoX dashboard with the new version,without having to change a thing
You can update your BIOS,but it's not needed
.But I don't know how you can determine your current BIOS version
Mar 9 2003, 10:17 AM
But does the new BIOS fit on my current Execure1? 256K vs. 1MB (Executer2).
You still didn't tell me HOW
can I update my Evox!
Do I simply FTP from PC to Xbox c: ?
What about this "change" of Evox.ini and default.ini thingy? Should I worry about that?
Thanks a million again!
Mar 9 2003, 10:25 AM
I don't know if the new BIOS fits,but I do know how to update your EvoX dashboard:
First of all: power up the Xbox and let Evolution X load.
1.Access your Xbox HDD,and enter the C-partition.
2.Delete the EvoX dashboard file you're using,and replace it with the new version.
3.Close the connection,and reboot your Xbox.
I don't know if you should replace the INI file with the new one.If your old INI is called "menu.ini" ,
then you should replace it.If your old INI is called "evox.ini" ,then you can keep it as it is.
Mar 9 2003, 10:33 AM
Mar 9 2003, 10:50 AM
No problem mate!Just post again if there's anything wrong
Mar 9 2003, 10:51 AM
You can't update the bios on the xecutor 1 or 1.1
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