FrostyTheSnowman and Xman954's VGA Boot Disc v1.0 (Based on X2 5035)

Disclaimer: I take absolutely no responsibility for what may result from the usage
	    of this boot disc. By using boot disc in any way, you are agreeing to be held 
            accountable for what may result from the usage of this boot disc. Use at your own risk.

NOTE: This is not an official Team Xecuter release. This is an unofficial, 100% VGA-compatible release 
      of the X2 5035 BIOS (as a boot disc) by myself (FrostyTheSnowman) and Xman954. We are not affiliated 
      with Xecuter in any way, and this release is not supported at all by Team Xecuter.

NOTE: This boot disc requires your XBOX to be modded to work. (all softmods and modchips are supported)

Version 1.0

*Supports Modchips and Softmods!
*Supports Conexant Encoders
*Supports Focus Encoders
*Supports all HD resolutions, including 480p, 720p, and 1080i.
*Supports 'green screen' games!
*Supports ALL 480i Games and Applications!

NOTE: 720p/1080i are only available when enabled in the Microsoft Dashboard.

Known Bugs:

- Not compatible with v1.6/v1.6b XBOX Consoles

- Not compatible with PAL XBOX Consoles (Switch to NTSC for VGA)

- Only works with Homemade VGA Cables in Mode 2+3 (HDTV) and Component to VGA cables, no other video cables or modes are supported.

Usage Tutorial

1. Open the 'PLACE ON E' directory

2. Open the 'x2config.ini' file in a text editor

3. Edit the 'dash1Name = c:avalaunch.xbe' setting to point to your Softmod/Modchip's main dashboard

   Example: Your dashboard path is 'e:\xbmc\xbmc.xbe', so you need to make it look like this: dash1Name = e:xbmc\xbmc.xbe

4. Save the file once you are done, and transfer the editted 'x2config.ini' file to the root of your XBOX's 'E' drive. (e:\x2config.ini)

5. Burn the 'VGA Boot Disc v1.0.iso' image file to a DVD-R, and boot your XBOX with the Homemade VGA Cable plugged in.

6. Wait about 10 seconds (the screen should be blank at first), and your dashboard will load up in 100% perfect VGA color!

NOTE: Once you see your Dashboard, you can eject the VGA Boot Disc.


Dr. Oldschool - Created first Softmod VGA Solution
masticism - Fixed the 'purple' tint problems in NKPatcher v10-vga10
DVADER - Created first 'Multi-BIOS VGA Patch' (My patcher is roughly based on his work.)
Textbook & leeloo5 - For their great VGA cable tutorials
PunMaster - For his awesome work with code injection on this release
Xman954 - For his awesome work on implementing Force480p