Dec 16 2005, 12:53 AM
Anyone knows what could be about? It just shows the Xecuter 2 text under the blue logo and then reboots. Happens when you try a boot DVD as well. Tried different HDs and different DVD-players. Still the same thing. Sounds like a "Clock Loop" but thats not possible with a modchip and a boot DVD is it?
Anyone got ideas or have experienced this before?
Feb 3 2010, 08:27 PM
awfull bump, but this is what happens to me aswell actually, i have even rebuilt the HD with xboxHDM and the problem persists
Feb 6 2010, 08:40 AM
What does it do with the modchip disabled?
Feb 7 2010, 04:46 PM
with the modchip disabled it boots wit the normal green X, however an error pops up, but this is probably because my harddrive is unlocked ( so i do need the chip)
Feb 12 2010, 12:19 PM
2 possibilities i can think of....
- bad flash (wrong .bin(ary) image size, or corrupt .bin(ary) image.
- shtty install
i'm leaning towards bad flash from a bad download, or a 512KB image squeezed down to 256KB. checksums are your friend. get a second opinion on that bios image (get it somewhere else that you can do a checksum).
Feb 13 2010, 12:07 AM
I strongly doubt it has anything to do with the chip, since this has remained untouched since it was first time installed. It has worked fine for a very long time, with a 120gb harddrive.
At some point the drive was taken out, wiped and used in a windows pc, the xbox has been lying safely in a box until recently. I tried putting the same harddrive back ( formatted it, even made it RAW using some software, and when all that failed i tried this xboxHDM thingy)
So far no good.
My guess would be then that these installs would be corrupted, but i also seriously doubt this one because i have downloaded several versions of slayers, severeal times, downloaded xboxhdm twice, put at least 4 kinds of different software in the C folders ( varying from original xbox dash to evox to avalaunch)
So far no succes
Mar 14 2010, 03:57 AM
did you format the drive again with fatx? based on what you have said, the xbox is booting to a hard drive with no partitions.
Apr 18 2010, 09:40 AM
not likely a HD issue. if it was, xecuter would spit a service code out.
when you have a chip, you can put any HD in it, even unpartitioned and unlocked or locked to a different xbox.
you should still be getting an error code.
i still think it's a bad bios image or faulty chip or faulty install.
what happens using the other bios bank on the chip?
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