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Old Jul 18, 2002, 08:27 AM
jcwacky jcwacky is offline
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Default Basic Instructions on how to Flash the EvoX bios using Enigmah????

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I have the Final Enigmah version and I wish to flash my Xbox bios with the EvoX bios. I have already put EvoX on the HD. Is this all I need to do to Flash the EvoX bios?:

1- Join the two points shown on this diagram, and on this diagram.

2- Boot up the Xbox into the EvoX dashboard

3- Disable the Enigmah by disconnecting wires 15 and 21

4- Select 'Flash Bios' on EvoX to flash the bios

Is this all I need to do or am I missing something?

What is the most likely thing which could go wrong and could it render my Xbox useless?


PS- I am aware of the guide at xbox-scene but it is very complicated
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