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Xbox One Alpha OS

Be4stElectrjc

Active Member


Hi, stumbled upon 6.2.8422.0 (fbl_fun_embedded_xos_devs.120920-1700), this version:

<a class="internalLink" href="https://assemblergames.com/threads/durango.62248/#post-892587">https://assemblergames.com/threads/durango.62248/#post-892587</a>

Well, it boots but xcomp.exe (the dash) is a blank screen instead of this one:

<img alt="[​IMG]" class="bbCodeImage LbImage" data-url="https://i.imgur.com/PhnfJQN.png" src="https://i.imgur.com/PhnfJQN.png"/>

Does somebody have the original leak or working dash?
 

XboxSurgeon

Site Supporter Since 2013


I have a rebuild dev board that boots to only “Xbox” on the screen. Dunno what version of it it is but it’s past Durango by the appareancd.
 

Be4stElectrjc

Active Member


Yeah, it's the 6.2.8297.0 (fbl_fun_embedded_xos.120311-1700) for sure. If you look whatever .exe in System32 there's the Win8 version, while the tooling version is in .dlls btw.
 

XboxSurgeon

Site Supporter Since 2013


A birdie told me:

“That Durango guy needs to extract the recovery file with 7-Zip Beta, then paste it over the existing files and set the drive as active etc, trust me that image works as I used it on a legit Durango PC I restored. The only issue is the screen res which I wasn't able to work out.”
 

Be4stElectrjc

Active Member


Thanks for confirm, this was misleading:

<a class="internalLink" href="https://assemblergames.com/threads/durango.62248/#post-893555">https://assemblergames.com/threads/durango.62248/#post-893555</a>

Some dig with 7-Zip and found the raw recovery files.
 
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