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#268556 25-Mar-2020 18:55
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Hi there.




After about 10 years since my last Modding of an Original Xbox, if finally Dug my box out of Hibernation.


Doing a bit of research i see that everyones now using 2tb Harddiscs with quite swish Dashboards with awesome Emu support which is a bit of a jump from the 500gb PATA upgrades i was originally using.


Ive upgraded to a 1.5Tb Sata using an IDE/Pata to Sata adapter and are currently using XBMC as my Dashboard which work pretty good.


For my Emu i have loaded on CoinOps Massive - which also works very nicely.


After doing some research i see that many are using Origins "2tb origins fully loaded" dashboard.




By Chance - Would anyone have a good clean copy of this Image.


If so - If they didn't mind. i would like to grab a copy.


I could download it - but 2Tb is a bit above my Cap.




Does anyone have a copy they could share.....




Any Replies would be great..

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  #2446618 25-Mar-2020 19:45
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Id be happy to download it for you but got no spare space :D 


If you sent me a drive, I could do it.....  but probably someone closer to you could do it as well.


Im in Whangaparaoa.

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  #2446807 26-Mar-2020 08:07
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Hi Xpd


Thanks for your offer. Id prefer to possibly get hold of a Copy that's known to work.


Reading on the Forums I see that there's been many download it - then find its corrupt, which would be a total Pissoff especially after burning up 2TB.


Disc Capacity isn't a Problem - It just means i'll have to pickup another Portable Drive.











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