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Topic # 6108 28-Dec-2005 05:31
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hey
i was trying to ftp connect my modded xbox to my pc.
my xbox is modded with both evo x and avaulanch i was changing/ browsing my avaulanch settings when i accidently clicked on restore avaulanch default settings or something allong those lines. then my cd tray started to go back into the xbox and my xbox shut down.
now when i turn my xbox on the L.E.D at the front of my xbox flashes gree and orange the turns to a solid red colour and nothing happens on my t.v

Can anyone help Please

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Reply # 25384 28-Dec-2005 11:01
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i have been looking at other forum sites and it looks like i have flashed my bios is there any way i can write it back again or restoring it to how it was before i messed up big time
Pease i need help !!

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Reply # 25386 28-Dec-2005 11:25
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i think it's gonna be a costly procedure... in short, you're fried, bud..

so sorry to say that but... that's a risk you have to put up with when modding... i don't condone modding, but it's everyone's individual choice... i just don't like the sound of the risk....




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