A new revision of the Slim, no more Glitch?

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A new revision of the Slim, no more Glitch?

Post by DARKFiB3R » Wed Oct 19, 2011 1:25 am

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A month and a half after leaving the Reset Glitch Hack Tiros gligli and a new hack compatible with all HDMI consoles and that whatever the kernel, we still had not seen any reaction from Microsoft. We learn today with one of our technicians, stephane76700, the answer was already in your resellers ... a new revision of motherboard.

This motherboard has been found in a pack Forza 4250 Go, these new consoles with a matte black shell. The MFR date visible in the back is 2011-08-17 and the reader a Liteon 1071.

The biggest surpise is the absence of HANA chip (visible anyway) is the chip that allowed the management of the timing Reset Glitch Hack ...

It seems that the game of cat and mouse continues so ...
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Re: A new revision of the Slim, no more Glitch?

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