and all of the above is complete bull.Originally posted by supersonic87
There is no bios mod mate, if you read about the XBox's encryption you'll find out how hard it is to crack (the game disks use 2048 bit encryption ). What they are probably doing is using Xecuter2 (not .1 onwards) or earlier modchips, which didn't have switches as standard, go to Bald Bouncer's site or another mod chip fitter and have a chip installed, and one more thing, XBox live IS addictive
And if you read the first post, it says that a store is offering a bios mod which does the same as a mod chip which is permanent, anybody can do a bios load (which btw does not rewrite the bios, it simply tricks the games into thinking the bios is of a different origin, that is what the program does.) So this does NOT offer the same as a mod chip, nobody can supply this unless they sell a little slave ti perform the audio exploit everytime )Originally posted by james.miller
and all of the above is complete bull.
Audio exploit with Mech Assult
There are various ways to do it, all of which are based on exploits of security holes in the Xbox OS. supersonic87, i can assure you it CAN be done.
For all the hassle though, its easier and neater to get a modchip with a switch.
Once again, you can flash the bios (which is stored on the tsop BTW) without any modchip at all. All you have to do is make a few connections on the motherboard.Step Six.
Flashing the TSOP.
You are about to find out how good of a job you did soldering. Make sure you use the right bios for your system there are a few things to think of different Xbox models have a different sized TSOP. In this case please refer to (http://www.xbox-scene.com/modchips.php) for more information.
In the Evolution X bios settings highlight the Flash bios option and select your bios file. Before we move on, this step make potentially render your system useless.
Do not be discouraged just make sure you have the proper bios for your console and if you are modifying it make sure it is correct. Finally Flash your TSOP. If soldered correctly it will say press Y to continue, if not Device Not Writable.
Some people have successfully flashed their TSOP by just soldering the 2 top points, others with 3 including the one below. I myself have always used all 3 points.