Aug 19 2003, 02:36 PM
i have an xbox version 1.1 i think ( with standard samsung dvd drive )
a xecutor 2.2 lite +
i had the d6 bios installed and i just flashed it into evox 4977.
every time i turn on my xbox i choose a game to play.
everything is still normal, but from the moment i choose a game about 30 sec later the game freezes.
all i have to do is turn my xbox off and back on and then i can play games...
anybody any ideazzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?
Aug 20 2003, 03:36 AM
hmm, this seems to be harder then i tought...
Aug 22 2003, 11:17 PM
I have the exact same problem! BTW, I'm using Phoenix loader 1.3 and evox (installed using the 007 exploit).
Aug 22 2003, 11:50 PM
same problem here.
Original OzXChip (CheapMod)
Xecuter2 4976.02 MultiVer Bios
Aug 24 2003, 04:26 PM
I have also these strange freezing issues.
Tested with Xecuter2, version 4976.02 and
4977. All the same.
Aug 24 2003, 07:01 PM
try going back to the d6 bios you had without problems
Aug 25 2003, 12:41 AM
I don't have an Xecuter chip but I use the Xecuter BIOS but I also have freezing like the others have said. It doesn't do it on every application though just a few. For example I launch XBMP and it freezes... I restart and launch it again and it works. I never had freezing issues on my old version 1.0 Xbox modded with a Matrix and running the X2_4977 bios but my new Xbox, version 1.2 with Chameleon and X2_4977 BIOS does freeze.
Just thinking if it might be possible that it is a Xbox version and Xecuter BIOS issue?
Aug 25 2003, 12:49 AM
try to disable the 3 IGR settings in evox, change them to "No"...
if you're using an xecuter bios, try making file called "x2_IGR_disabled" and put it in the root directory of the E drive...
Aug 25 2003, 04:56 AM
This problem happend to me too, and its not the bios, its evox. There's sumthing buggy with the FTP client. Try disconnecting youyr network cable then booting up, the problem will go away. I also know this is rather annoying to do everytime you want to turn on your box so what I did was convert to MXM as a dashboard and I haven't had a problem yet (cable in and everything).
Aug 25 2003, 12:16 PM
Hmm seems the thesis it could be EvoX is right.
After some further tests I'm pretty sure: It has
to do with the network part of EvoX!
Now I'm looking for a solution ... just switching
to a different dashboard is way too easy
Aug 26 2003, 04:42 PM
Yeah i guess i could go to a different dashboard but i have a chameleon chip and evox is the only supported dash for evox software control...
Aug 26 2003, 05:01 PM
just rename the dash your going to use to evoxdash.xbe and it will load it up thinking it is the evoxdash.
Sep 10 2003, 02:01 PM
|just rename the dash your going to use to evoxdash.xbe and it will load it up thinking it is the evoxdash. |
your kidding right?
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