Custom.xex

Discussion in 'Halo 3 Modding Programs' started by Lewie4, Feb 8, 2009 with 16 replies and 1,494 views.

  1. Lewie4

    Lewie4 Getting There

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    i have a custom.xex and i need to know where to put it on my xbox does anyone know where to put it?​


     
  2. zadesa

    zadesa Enthusiast

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    As far as i know everyone has one now, and u cant simply put it on your hdd as its on the disk.. thats what i know anyway.
     
  3. OP
    Lewie4

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    so where abouts on my hdd?
     
  4. zadesa

    zadesa Enthusiast

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    nowere since it wouldnt be used. u can put it anywere u want but it would be pointless and a waste of space.
     
  5. Holy Ownage

    Holy Ownage Getting There

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    Unless you have a Dev,( or possibly a custom kernal? ), its completely and utterly useless to you.
     
  6. OP
    Lewie4

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    can u not just replace the normal .xex file?
     
  7. lx leo xl

    lx leo xl Getting There

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    No. The Xex isnt signed for retail
     
  8. Glitch100

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    Did i miss the giving out of the custom .xex?
    lol
    :smile:
     
  9. Eaton

    Eaton Contributor

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    The xex would go on the Halo 3 disk. Not on your hard-drive. You can burn a new Halo 3 disk with the new xex, but, as previously mentioned, it won't run because it is not signed to run on a retail Xbox 360. On a devkit, you would put it in the Devkit/Tools folder along with the other Halo 3 files.
     
  10. OP
    Lewie4

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    kool does anyone know where i can buy a dev kit?
     
  11. ForrrestMaster

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    Internet.
     
  12. OP
    Lewie4

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    Any email adresses or websites?
     
  13. zadesa

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  14. Haxalot88

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    no, you have to search hard to find someone who is selling one. There aren't going to be any place selling them at fixed prices and with lots of them, but instead you are going to find people who happen to have their hands on one and are willing to part with it.
     
  15. Otaku Se7en

    Otaku Se7en The Old School Retired

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    Some dude sells dev kits on ebay for 500 each... 500 just to mod 1 game?
     
  16. Haxalot88

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    where are you looking? I just checked, and nobody is selling any kits. Also, kits generally range from around $800-$2000 depending on what kind.
     
  17. Otaku Se7en

    Otaku Se7en The Old School Retired

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    Either he's gone to a more private less secure way to deal them, ran out of dev kits, or can no longer obtain them. I didn't say I follow him, check on him and keep tabs, I just noticed one day when on ebay.