No offense, but with that question being asked, I suggest you send it to someone to do for you if you really want it done.sorry no knowledge of spoofing a drive would you please give some details i think its done by connecting the drive to pc with some jungleflasher thing but what type of device would connect it to pc
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cap card avermedia model mtvhddvrrI looked at your video again and see that you have a capture card. So I assume you output the xbox video to your PC's capture card.
Thanks.just use a 270 pf and you will be fine
A wire wound resistor is a type or resistor that makes its resistance by a wire wound around in a circleThanks.
It appears that since you wrote this tutorial, the manual on the X360run website has changed from the screen prints on your original post.
For a Trinity 10.83 model (the type I've got) they are now suggesting you use a 150pF capacitor and a 20pF capacitor.
Here is a link to the manual (see the page 2).
Another change is on page 4, where there is something in terrible English, about fitting a 10K-20K "metal-wire" resistor between pad D and GND on the x360run board. What do they mean by a "metal-wire" resistor? Surely they don't mean one of those big "wire wound" resistors you find in power supplies, do they?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but as far as I understand, the yellow board is version 1 of the x360run board and the red board is version 1.1 of the x360run board.A wire wound resistor is a type or resistor that makes its resistance by a wire wound around in a circle
The length the wire in the resistor changes the resistance.
But as far as the tut goes the one I made is for the yellow x360run chip
The new tut is for the red x360run 1.1 chip
As far as a trinity and corona v1,2,3,4 goes the old tut works just fine with the new red x360run 1.1 but you also have to remove the m2 jumper for these models.
I still do them the same way and have not had any problemsCorrect me if I'm wrong, but as far as I understand, the yellow board is version 1 of the x360run board and the red board is version 1.1 of the x360run board.
The manual that says to use a 150pf capacitor and 20pf capacitor on a Trinity 10.83 model, is definitely the manual for the yellow board.
If you look at this link you will see what I mean. http://www.x360run.com/x360rundown.html
There are 3 manuals in total (2 for the yellow board and 1 for the red board). If you Click the 2nd link (for using the yellow board on a Trinity) it definitely says to use a 150pf capacitor and 20pf capacitor on the yellow board if your doing a Trinity 10.83.
So the organasation behind this glitcher have definitely changed the manual for the yellow board since you originally wrote this tutorial.
To sum up: (regardless of whether you're using a red or a yellow board).
For a trinity 9.83 they recommend a 220pf capacitor and a 25pf capacitor.
For a trinity 10.83 they recommend a 150pf capacitor and a 20pf capacitor. Also with a 10.83 trinity the manual says that you might also need to add a 10k-20k resistor between solder pad D and GND.