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    Recycling Coolrunners?

    Ive got a few coolrunner that have been used on other xboxs to get the dvd key. Is there anyway to reuse them?

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    yes u can use a coolrunner as many times you want on different consoles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techxex View Post
    Ive got a few coolrunner that have been used on other xboxs to get the dvd key. Is there anyway to reuse them?
    You sure can!

    All you have to do is program it with the right timing file (XSVF/JED) for the Xbox you are going to be RGH'ing. Of course, you have to solder in the wires too.

    So, right now, you could RGH three consoles.

    If your coolrunners are Rev B, or earlier, you'll only be able to reuse them on dashes 2.0.14699 and earlier.

    Anything above that, we'll have to wait for the newer RGH 2.0. (For PHATS on dashboards: 2.0.14717 - 2.0.14719)

    With Slims, you'll be able to use your existing cool runners on them, with the latest dash. It is now supported.

    I read that if you want to reuse an older coolrunner, for the RGH 2.0 (Not released yet) there might be some physical modifications you'll have to do to the Coolrunner 1.0 . This applies to older PHAT 360 consoles.
    Last edited by XJonnyGunsX; 25th March 12 at 07:58. Reason: More input. :)

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    Quote Originally Posted by XJonnyGunsX View Post
    You sure can!

    All you have to do is program it with the right timing file (XSVF/JED) for the Xbox you are going to be RGH'ing. Of course, you have to solder in the wires too.

    So, right now, you could RGH three consoles.

    If your coolrunners are Rev B, or earlier, you'll only be able to reuse them on dashes 2.0.14699 and earlier.

    Anything above that, we'll have to wait for the newer RGH 2.0. (For PHATS on dashboards: 2.0.14717 - 2.0.14719)

    With Slims, you'll be able to use your existing cool runners on them, with the latest dash. It is now supported.

    I read that if you want to reuse an older coolrunner, for the RGH 2.0 (Not released yet) there might be some physical modifications you'll have to do to the Coolrunner 1.0 . This applies to older PHAT 360 consoles.
    Thank you so much for being so helpful.

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    Quote Originally Posted by XJonnyGunsX View Post
    I read that if you want to reuse an older coolrunner, for the RGH 2.0 (Not released yet) there might be some physical modifications you'll have to do to the Coolrunner 1.0 . This applies to older PHAT 360 consoles.
    i am curious what mods will be necessary.

    x

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    Quote Originally Posted by 063 xobx View Post
    i am curious what mods will be necessary.

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    Right now, no one knows. (except the creators)

    There'll be an official release.

    They'll have a well laid out tutorial on how to do everything once it comes out.

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    Quote Originally Posted by techxex View Post
    Ive only got three of them....
    im saying, when you programmed it originally did you not think that you could reprogram it for use on another console?
    reflows, reballs, parts, anything: http://gsoconsolesource.com

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    Quote Originally Posted by k0mpresd View Post
    im saying, when you programmed it originally did you not think that you could reprogram it for use on another console?
    I didn't know if it would brick it or something thats why I came here to ask!

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    fair enough. ive been using the same ****** glitcher for months for the same purpose, key recovery.
    reflows, reballs, parts, anything: http://gsoconsolesource.com

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    Quote Originally Posted by XJonnyGunsX View Post
    You sure can!

    All you have to do is program it with the right timing file (XSVF/JED) for the Xbox you are going to be RGH'ing. Of course, you have to solder in the wires too.

    So, right now, you could RGH three consoles.

    If your coolrunners are Rev B, or earlier, you'll only be able to reuse them on dashes 2.0.14699 and earlier.

    Anything above that, we'll have to wait for the newer RGH 2.0. (For PHATS on dashboards: 2.0.14717 - 2.0.14719)

    With Slims, you'll be able to use your existing cool runners on them, with the latest dash. It is now supported.

    I read that if you want to reuse an older coolrunner, for the RGH 2.0 (Not released yet) there might be some physical modifications you'll have to do to the Coolrunner 1.0 . This applies to older PHAT 360 consoles.

    Good info there mate nice one

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    Re: Recycling Coolrunners?

    Quote Originally Posted by XJonnyGunsX View Post
    You sure can!

    All you have to do is program it with the right timing file (XSVF/JED) for the Xbox you are going to be RGH'ing. Of course, you have to solder in the wires too.

    So, right now, you could RGH three consoles.

    If your coolrunners are Rev B, or earlier, you'll only be able to reuse them on dashes 2.0.14699 and earlier.

    Anything above that, we'll have to wait for the newer RGH 2.0. (For PHATS on dashboards: 2.0.14717 - 2.0.14719)

    With Slims, you'll be able to use your existing cool runners on them, with the latest dash. It is now supported.

    I read that if you want to reuse an older coolrunner, for the RGH 2.0 (Not released yet) there might be some physical modifications you'll have to do to the Coolrunner 1.0 . This applies to older PHAT 360 consoles.
    couldnt have put it better

 

 

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