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Can I rgh phat xbox on dash 14179?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by XIX19, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. XIX19

    XIX19 Regular member

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    I have a fat console that I got from a friend on 14719 with a dead drive. I think its a xenon board and was hoping I could have it rgh'd.
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    If you're on 14719 you can RGH the Xbox, but since it's Xenon you may run into issues, cause that's the old motherboard, and I'm not 100% sure they work well with RGH 2.0 from Team-Xecuter.

    But yes, on that dash you can RGH it.
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    Thanks for the reply. Everywhere I've been so far I was being told that it couldn't be done. When u say problems, what do u mean?
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    Just compatibility issues with RGH 2.0, so I'm not sure since it's been a while since I've RGH'd a system. But most of the ones I've done were Falcon or Trinity consoles.

    Also, my buddy had an RGH Xenon, but it Red Ringed, so it all just depends really.
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    And it red ringed because of the rgh? I thought that was because of overheating.
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    No it doesn't because of the RGH. Sorry to get that confused, it was because it was overheating.

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