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well i know this works for chipped xboxs but im not sure about softmodded xboxs.

if you look at your c drive in file explorer you will see your main dash files and the default.xbe for that particular dash.it might be called evodash.xbe or xomething else but anyway its a case of deleting the files out of your c drive and copying the files of coinops into your c drive.then you have to rename the default.xbe of coinops to evodash.xbe or whatever it was called before.

like i said i dont know if this works for softmodded xboxs but it works with my xecuter chipped xbox.

you can either ftp coinops to your c dash or if you have a couple of dashboards like unleashx then move the files with that,dont use xbmc if that is your main dash you are using.

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My Xbox doesn't have a softmod it's got a X2 bios. I found a solution to this it's not perfect but using a small xbox app called multilaunch it loads up coinops on power up in a matter of seconds with flubber screen disabled.

 

I still think it's a CoinOPS problem as every other .xbe file I pointed my bios to, to use as a dash worked fine.

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Whether Chipped or Softmodded most methods use a unofficial bios which searches your your boot drive C for a file called evoxdash.xbe, this seems to have been the standard adopted by all bios programmers whether BFM,Evox, M8, X2 as Evox was the granddaddy of dashboards n bioses. Therfore for you to boot XBMC as your usual dash you may have used 2 basic methods ie firstly you could have your xbmc directory extracted directly to your c: drive with the default xbe renamed to evoxdash.xbe or alternatively you could be using the shortcut method whereby one places a shortcut named evoxdash.xbe in the root of your c: drive, this shortcut will have been made on a pc and its job is to point to a real directory ie e:/xbmc/default.xbe or f:/xbmc/default.xbe. The second method is my prefered method because everything is stored in its correct directory and only the shortcut needs modifying to change your xbox's function.

 

Having said that i can probably help you if you gave more information.

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Great advantage of using CoinOPS is that on CoinOPS when filter antialiasing is turned off this emulator rocks! Sharpen pixel graphics with no blur at all - and better than that - with no screen tearing or other annoying graphic artifact!

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Great advantage of using CoinOPS is that on CoinOPS when filter antialiasing is turned off this emulator rocks! Sharpen pixel graphics with no blur at all - and better than that - with no screen tearing or other annoying graphic artifact!

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