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C:/xboxdash.xbe doesn't go to original Xbox dashboard
#1
When I access this from the file manager, it goes blank. I'm trying to get to the original dashboard so that I can change around my network encryption settings..... unless there is another way to do this. I'm wanting to switch to WPA and dump WEP, which I think I set up prior to my XBox getting modded. Unless someone knows where else I can access this?? Or if someone has any better ideas?? If I reset my Xbox adapter, I'm not sure I'll get anything without setting it up.
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#2
Not that your question has much to do with XBMC, but how is your console modified?

Many older softmods effectively disable the original MS dash (as they are literally a hacked copy of that same program).
XBMC Manual - BlackBolt - SVN Guide - Skin SVN - Wide Icon SVN - ROM Shortcut Generator
You're just jealous 'cause the voices only talk to me :P
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#3
I'm not sure as someone else did it for me. I didn't know enough at the time to ask if it would be possible. (Not sure this is an off-topic discussion.... maybe more related to hardware since my interest is in how to configure my network adapter in light of my question).
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#4
If your boot sequence looks exactly like this, then very likely you have a softmod.

In this case, you could hunt down a CASH 1.1 image and boot the console off that, in order to upgrade your mod to NDure.

This will create a virtual C partition on the console (hiding the "true" C partition which holds the softmod), into which you can dump a fresh, unmodified MS dash.
XBMC Manual - BlackBolt - SVN Guide - Skin SVN - Wide Icon SVN - ROM Shortcut Generator
You're just jealous 'cause the voices only talk to me :P
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#5
There is a wireless adapter that the xbox controls? I thought all wireless adapters for XBOX are just wireless to ethernet bridges...
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