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    Default MCPX Boot ROM Image

    Hi ho.

    I wanted to get XQEMU to run, but I need the mysterious MCPX Boot ROM Image, which of course is super illegal and highly copyrighted. Even the method of acquiring must be forbidden af, because the devs of XQEMU do not "discuss how to acquire" it.

    So, can any of you guys help me out? Is there an .xbe that does the job or would I need to dump it via some wonky hardware directly from the Xbox mobo?
    TBH, I would prefer someone uploading the file and hosting it here on EP :-p

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