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eject on reset trick found

Discussion in 'Xbox - Hardware boot discussion' started by collyni, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. collyni

    collyni Member

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    installed x2.6 in a v1.4 box & ran slayers auto on the hdd. Everything booted fine but when i went to load a game onto the hdd i got "your modchip does not support the eject on reset trick found. Disc must already be inserted to install" Is this a prob with the bios or the chip. am running x2-4973 bios but it is showing the box version as v1.1. can anyboddy help?
     
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    You need to reflash your chip with a bios that supports the eject fix (EF) function. Xboxstation(dot)com has a few.
     
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    i have reflashed with x2 4983.o6 bios but it is still doing the same. I thought this one had the fix in it
     
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    Use one of thoes Evox M7ef bios. If it works, you can leave it on and add others if you want something different.
     
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    thanks everyone for your efforts i have been able to suss out what was happaning. I fitted another 2.6 chip from a working box into this one & believe it or not same problem so knew then it wasnt bios prob. Discovered i had installed slayers to a retail hdd instead of upgrade hdd ( because i didnt upgrade the hdd)so reinstalled slayers to upgrade et viola another step up the xbox learning curve.
     

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