xbox 360 emulator

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  1. S0NlC1
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    hey guys,
    I didnt think that an xbox 360 emulator existed, but now I am not sure. I saw this website (http://xbox360emulator.net/) and I was like hmm. I thought it may have been one of those fake sites, but with the amount of social media likes I wondered.

    is this fake guys?

    thanks
     
  2. LoloLakitu

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    That new rad hangout.
    It's fake, leave it alone.
     
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    thought so. thanks :)
     
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    Not in 50 years that that will be real.
     
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    INSTALL THE BIOS THEY SAY, GET SENT TO A SURVEY PAGE TO DOWNLOAD THE BIOS THEY SAY
    The same thing as the site that has "3ds emulator"
     
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    360 having a BIOS.
    That's a first I hear.
     
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    I'm surprised nobody has attempted emulating the 360 yet. I chalk it up to LAZY PROGRAMMING... Because the PPC chips inside are well documented by now, and even the PS3 has somewhat of an emulator already.
     
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    With a 32 core PC and a triple dual core GPU setup, then perhaps you're able to emulate it at somewhat playable speeds.
    We dun even have a playable Xbox 1 emu yet.

    DXBX has one or 2 games playable but that's it.
     
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    That's because the project is long since abandoned, LOL! You can't keep praying for updates to an abandoned emulator, noting's going to happen. And you don't need crazy specs like that to run a PPC emulator, the Wii PPC chip is emulated full speed already with Dolphin.
     
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    Look at the specs of the Wii and look at the specs of a PC which is capable at emulating most of the Wii's library at 100%
    Yes, you do need a powerful PC in order to emulate the Wii correctly.

    That being said.
    The NES and SNES get new emulators all the time.
    Idk how many different kinds of emulators are out there + development never stops on old consoles.

    DXBX CXBX and another one may not be in active development, but their still being worked on.

    Not only that but it's far more cost efficient to just get a 360 and flash the drive or hardware hack it.
    Emulating a 360 is to far fetched for now.
    You'll have to make sure that the entire kernel runs flawlessly, otherwise I'll just spew out an error or lock up.
    The decryption by the CPU of the 360 also needs to be emulated correctly (fuseset is no problem since JTAG systems emulate the fuses already).

    In short, no.
    It's far less of a hassle to just get a 360 then to emulate it.
    In 50 years or so, then you'll have a pretty decent emu, but for now.
    Just stick with the fact that there's no 360 emulator.
     
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    My PC is not powerful, it's in my signature. Built in 2007, and is aging fast. Flashing the disc drives and patching burned game discs all the time just to stay on XboxLive without being banned just seems like too much work, and it's always a cat and mouse game... why can't hackers put a final stop to stuff like this that updates can't undo or detect? It seems like the hacking communities don't care enough, "as long as it works for now".
     
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    ODDE.
    Patch with ABGX and drop the ISO to your harddisk.

    If not, get it hardware hacked and don't bother with Live at all.

    I'm kinda glad that MS has a fierce policy against piracy.
    Modders already are able to modify files on discs and place modding menu's/cheating menu's/texture mods which also show server sided in GTA 4 and COD (prolly more games as well)
    If the 360 was anything like the Wii when it comes to homebrew then the XBL servers would be filled with cheating scumbags.

    And the 360 pretty much is completely hacked.
    RGH is unpatchable (DGX/RGX on 15574 which got replaced by the R-JTAG and later by the Slim Proto)

    Honestly tho.
    If you're able to run arbitrary code on a console then you shouldn't have access to the game servers as it can be ruined by cheating little kids really quickly.
    That's something which ruins every online match/map and really negatively impacts the online experience.

    Hacking communities do care, just not for piracy and cheating.
     
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    I need to fix my redringed 360, i'm curious to run custom code on it now... it died back in 2010, so i'm sure it has an ancient dashboard version I might be able to exploit... It's a "4GB Xbox 360 Arcade" that I bought for my brother, but his constant GTA4 playing made it red ring. :/ I just never had a heat gun to try fixing it with.
     
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    4 GB arcades don't exist.
    4 GB slims do but they came in 2011

    It's likely to be a phatty (judging from the time it died) and it's likely to be a Xenon as wel, Zephyr the max.
    Best is to just scrap it all together (RRoD fixing with heatguns is a no no since it'll just RRoD again quickly) and get a second hand Phatty or Glossy Slim.

    As for running homebrew on it.
    You got... a couple of emulators, some homebrew games and that's basically it.
    It's nothing like the old xbox nor is it anything remotely like the Wii.
     
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