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Is Dash 12625 System Update safe?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by ni7ewing, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. ni7ewing

    ni7ewing Regular member

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    For quite some time now I've been playing my games from usb back-up. Lately my Kinect games have stopped working; asking for a system update.

    I know that 12625 System Update is floating around, I was wondering if it's safe to update using a jump-drive without major risk to the jtag?
     
  2. eebeejay

    eebeejay Regular member

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    Are you serious? You don't update a JTAG with Microsoft's official update. You use Freeboot. I can't believe that I'm actually pissed off about that question.
     
  3. ni7ewing

    ni7ewing Regular member

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    ok, well I'm sorry to have made you mad.

    I'm not familiar with freeboot.
     
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    Then how did you even flash your nand to begin with?
     
  6. ni7ewing

    ni7ewing Regular member

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    I didn't, I fought anf fought with the machine to get it working for so long that I just ended up paying a guy for it.
     
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    ni7ewing Regular member

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    Aw c'mon infam0us I worked my ass off, dumping the nand over and over with the lpt port method and bought two nand readers online. None of them worked.

    Then when I thought I had it, the damn thing went red ring and wouldn't start.

    It was about two months worth of work. If you look on my profile you'll probably see extensive posts about it.
     
  9. Modking30

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    That's because it isn't for noobs. anyone that takes 2 months to do anything on the xbox is a noob.
     
  10. ni7ewing

    ni7ewing Regular member

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    Well I'm sure if I controled the speed of ground mail I could have made the nand readers show up quicker, and if I hadn't had moved in the middle of that two months that could have sped things up.

    Also I suppose if I got better support I would have been able to get it together quicker.

    Did it take you a long time to get things together when you were a noob Modking30?
     
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    I was never a noob LOL
     

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