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xbox doesnt boot properly all the time when mod chip is turned on

Discussion in 'Xbox - Backup discussion' started by freq707, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. freq707

    freq707 Member

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    i have an executer 2.6ce with Evolution X 2.7
    when i turn on my xbox, it doesnt boot anything, just a black screen
    and then, if its in the mood, when i open the disk tray, its boots up to the xbox logo (blue because its hacked)
    majority of times, disk tray wont open so i havta turn box off then back on like 5times until it works.
    once it boots, everything works perfectly though
    i booted up my xbox with the chip turned off....no problems
    can anyone help me as to why it doesnt boot properly???
     
  2. zooom1834

    zooom1834 Regular member

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    check for solder splashes and faulty connections. If not that its probably a bad chip.
     
  3. theridges

    theridges Guest

    What bios is flashed to the chip?
     
  4. Anubisl13

    Anubisl13 Member

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    maybe u just suck
     
  5. zooom1834

    zooom1834 Regular member

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    why would you say that? I bet you dont know what the problem is.

    So until you do, dont insult others
     
  6. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    Anubisl13, you got a week ban for that comment!!
     
  7. sesko

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    is it solderless? is the d0 point in correctly?
     

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