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  Reply # 496886 22-Jul-2011 18:50
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CYaBro: Ok here it is:
https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blogbbd01b4408966b9f393b977c3454da87.jpg

Just tested and it works perfectly.
As I said earlier it does have a modchip in it, from memory a Duo x2, that seems to have failed.
I can't be bothered trying to see if I can get it going again.
So for now it just boots and acts like a nomal Xbox 1.


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  Reply # 501715 4-Aug-2011 01:06
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I have a softmodded Xbox 1 with a few games etc and a wireless controller. Auckland CBD. PM if anyone wants it.
Currently running XBMC.

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  Reply # 503317 8-Aug-2011 13:39
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CYaBro: Ok here it is:
https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blogbbd01b4408966b9f393b977c3454da87.jpg

Just tested and it works perfectly.
As I said earlier it does have a modchip in it, from memory a Duo x2, that seems to have failed.
I can't be bothered trying to see if I can get it going again.
So for now it just boots and acts like a nomal Xbox 1.


So anybody interested?
Happy to take any offers of beers etc :)




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