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Old Aug 27, 2002, 07:47 AM
Meerdorf Meerdorf is offline
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Default How to flash bios with enigmah beta chip?

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I have read a VERY detailed way to do it on this board.... but when the xbox is booted up I remove the chip? Is this correct, is there anything else to solder or to bridge on the chip? Is so, I dont know what to do, can anyone help?
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Old Aug 27, 2002, 09:11 AM
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As far as I am aware, once it's flashed you can remove your chip. Nothing else to do.
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Old Aug 27, 2002, 09:23 AM
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u need to remove the chip b4 it is flashed
or u will be trying to flash the enigmah chip not ya xbox bios

if u read a very detailed guide u mist the bit where it says boot up xbox
and cut wires

u can fit a switch as far as i know to the engimah on pins 15 and 16 i may be wrong (and prolly r) on the pin numbers

but ill take a look and see if i can find out the extact pins

yes i was wrong
its pins 15 and 21
but make sure u get a a double pole switch

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Old Aug 27, 2002, 09:36 AM
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thats the post i wrote m8 - check it out

@romps - you dont remove the chip until its been flashed, i made wires 15 and 21 very long and cut them (while the x-box was turned on) then clicked ok to flash the bios, then it re-booted and if it loads correctly then you turn off the x-box and you remove the chip
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Old Aug 27, 2002, 04:44 PM
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so all i need to do is cut these 2 wires before its flashed.... theres is no other jumpers or soldering to be done? I can just rip out a few wires when its booted cant I, or do they have to be the two points that u mentioned?
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Old Aug 27, 2002, 04:46 PM
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Yeah, I understand it all but this bit "3) Bridge the 2 sets of T-SOP flash points?" I cant solder to save my life, is it easy?

This all seems dead easy... I could do it all apart from the soldering jumpers... I am retarded. Anyone pity me? Could someone do it for me, I can do all the donkey work, just not soldering.... especially around the lincolnshire area, I could drive to you. You will have a friend for life!

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