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Xenium Ice Mod Chip HELP!!!

Discussion in 'Nintendo Forums' started by xdeathswishx, May 16, 2005.

  1. xdeathswishx

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    Okay...Where to start... i first bought my xbox used at Gamestop and cleanded it up nice and stuff and was ready to play some games. It worked fine for about 2 weeks, until the DVD drive started acting up (the pieces must have gotten broken somehow, when i would move the xbox, i would here them rattle)... So, i went to gamestop, and bought another used xbox then switched dvd drives ( you have 7 days to return it if you buy it used, and u get full money back ) and i was looking into buy a modchip and it was nearly impossible to find a solderless mod chip for a v1.6 motherboard (the one i had) so i switched mother boards too (my v1.6 for the gamestop's v1.0)...Stupid me didnt know a thing about EEPROM (didnt switch hard drives).... so, i sent the gamestop xbox back and got my money then bought Xenium Ice Solderless... the solderless adapter got kinda messed up on shipping and the D0 thing on it broke and they said i had to pay to ship it back to them then back to me... i thought it was a waste of money, so i decided to just do the "quicksolder" installation... all went well and im pretty sure i got the D0 wire in the right spot, but every time i start my xbox up now, it does the flubber animation thing (doesnt show the Micro$oft letters) and just takes me to the 06 code error screen (cannot unlock hard drive).. Sometimes it gives me no audio or video, boots three times, then leaves me in FRAG..Oh, and the chip lights up whiteish blueish.... people say that modchips can unlock the hard drive for you or sumthin like that but it doesnt for me... i have a spare 40 GB Western Digital hard drive and i already tried putting that in... it just takes me to the 16 code error screen.. this is my fourth forum im at trying to get help now, and ANY HELP will be appreciated...


    oh, and if this helps, i have three different medias with SlaYerS v2.6 on it and i have Xecutor 2 (version 5032) .bin file on my desktop, not sure what to do with it...

    Thanks :lease:
     
  2. explicitlyrics

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    Shove the 40gb hard drive into the xbox (not shove literally!!!)

    Burn the iso of slayers to a dvd-r or some cdrw's work. Do this as you were burning a regular iso, by opening the iso from within nero/.....

    Then turn on the xbox with this dvd in the drive and it should boot fine. Run the install that is on the slayers CD. Now you should be able to remove the slayers DVD and the xbox will boot normally without the DVD.
     
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    thanks man, i'll try this out after im done with a project that is due tommorow (i havent even started on it :oops: :boring: :confused: :rolleyes: :( )... thanks for the reply :)
     
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    aight, i burned myself 3 DVD+R of SlaYerS v2.6 (one with a 700 mb dummy file, and the other two with just the ISO) on Memorex DVDs... well.. none of them worked (BTW MY WESTERN DIGITAL IS 60 GB >.< my mistake)... only thing i got accomplished out of this was getting shocked twice :eek: ( :thumbsup: lol) and stupid code 16 error (cuz i had the other hd plugged in)...my DVD drive for my xbox is TGM600... any more suggestions? or do you suggest a certain brand of media that i could use? thanks :(

    oh, and i dont have nero's (and the nero demo wont let you use the "burn iso to dvd" thing), so i used RecordNow! software
     

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