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Author Topic: How To Remove Alladin Advance(d) Clone Chip From Xbox?  (Read 229 times)

retrorobot

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How To Remove Alladin Advance(d) Clone Chip From Xbox?
« on: February 12, 2012, 12:24:10 PM »


Hello to all...

I received a crystal xbox1 which has some kind of alladin advance clone chip in it.
Its form is identical to alladin advance chip, has the lattice chip, but the writing says alladin advanceD
Something happened to the chip, so it now boots to stock microsoft dashboard, when eject button is pressed.
This is folowed with green and red lights.
When I try to turn it on using power button, it reboots, since probably chips bios got erased or something.
Also its turns on and off like tree times before booting, probably all because of this bad chip.

I have eeprom and hdd keys of this xbox, how can i remove this faulty chip and do the softmod procedure ?
I am skilled with softmodding....

The chip is alladin advance clone, has 4 wires coming out of it...
d0 wire is soldered one inch to the rigt side of it.
BT and l1 wires go down the mainboard and are soldered near the power input.
l2 wire seems to be going beneath the mobo.

Can i cut some of these wires to make this xbox like it hasnt been chipped at all, so I can do the softmod to it ?
Since I tried softmodding it and it just reboots when i choose a save game from Splinter Cell

thanks...




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Heimdall

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How To Remove Alladin Advance(d) Clone Chip From Xbox?
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2012, 12:52:26 PM »


Will it boot a boot/rescue disc?




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retrorobot

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How To Remove Alladin Advance(d) Clone Chip From Xbox?
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2012, 05:32:42 PM »


No, its totally stock.
I made a new hdd from scratch using its key like when using softmod procedures to see what will happen, and it boots to stock dashboard like i did nothing...




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