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Old Jan 19, 2005, 03:04 PM
naz2x naz2x is offline
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Default xbox gone dead :( (uk)

I have xbox v1.1 and its got a cheapmod (Sst49lf020) , I had the xbox over 1 year now.
The bios on the chip is Xecuter 4983.

I was trying to flash it with evox m8 and crashed halfway through the flash and my xbox flashing red and green.

I am sorry for my post and can sum 1 move this to mod chip area pls.

Last edited by naz2x; Jan 19, 2005 at 03:07 PM.
Old Jan 20, 2005, 06:29 AM
TheCheekyMonkey TheCheekyMonkey is offline
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do you know if the chip is socketed?? or hard wired into the xbox, i`m guessing its gonna be hardwired, if so, then theres not really much you can do about reflashing it.

the xbox will still work, with the chip removed, but you`ll have to re-chip it, or get it rechipped for it to work.

hope this helps

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