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I have bad news, I updated mine to r688 just fine, no issues. I think something is either wrong with your installation, your DIP switches or your WASP/WKF itself. Re-check everything, try different cards, reinsert flex cables etc and see where you can get to with it.
- Mon Nov 18, 2019 5:45 am
- Forum: Hardware / Modding
- Topic: Mod Spotlight - Yet Another XenoGC Clone
- Replies: 2
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Interesting clone - hadn't heard of it until now. How's the thickness of the PCB on this one, is it wafer thin to make it easier?
- Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:43 am
- Forum: Modchips
- Topic: DVD Issue After Wasp Fusion Install and Audio Streaming Question
- Replies: 12
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Yep 64GB is the limit in the WASP fusion, anything higher will appear to work but reads beyond 64GB will fail.
I'm sooo confused, so you made your own Qoob files? That of is identical to the original and not encrypted?? I'm saying their specific BIOS (.GCB) is encrypted beyond the standard IPL XOR used. They didn't want people decrypting it completely. If you make one using the standard IPL algorithm then i...
Ah so it is the ProASIC that does the decrypting. I think you might mean the .gcb file. IF this file was decrypted or reversed engineered, it could then be placed into other IC chip I suppose? You imply that people has made their own .gcb files and placed it into the Qoob Pro?? Not interested in Sw...
You can run Swiss on hyperboot and it should work on the Q just fine since Swiss supports the Q drive Well it's also because I now own a Qoob Pro (broke the bank a bit) and would like to work with it. About the bios again, it is encrypted? And is it the ProASIC chip that does the decrypting? Or the...
So if I am correct guys, I'm guessing that this is the very latest version of the Qoob bios? And like I asked previously, really out of curiosity, could this be theoretically flashed onto another IC chip and work? Or is there more to the bios in the ProASIC FPGA chip than meets the eye perhaps?? Th...
- Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:30 pm
- Forum: Hardware / Modding
- Topic: Panasonic Q DVD region free Mod
- Replies: 6
- Views: 2365
The kits back in the day used to add an extra RAM chip to the DVD module from a similar DVD player available at the time. The extra RAM chip was needed cause there wasn't enough to display the additional video resolution required for PAL discs from what I was told. You also needed a properly authore...
Eh, CleanRip is released as a GameCube and as a Wii DOL so you can boot the Wii one directly from the homebrew channel, not sure why you'd boot anything but the HBC installer from letterbomb
Yeah, there's 2 ways to disable a XenoGC injecting its custom code into the apploader section but I've never had this supported in CleanRip afaik. I could probably add support.
Based on what I see (didn't dig too much into it), even if you replace the firmware by something else (like IPLBOOT), it's still able to be recognized by the flash program as a qoob, with a correct reading of the available space etc. Makes me think there is a part of the Qoob that is never touch so...