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    How to check your firmware version

    As title says how do you check the consoles firmware?

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    Re: How to check your firmware version

    Can anyone help on this topic?

    I'm sure there is a way to check your firmware version.

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    Re: How to check your firmware version

    LOL darrense you nearly made me crack my screen because of your avator pic!

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    Re: How to check your firmware version

    I can do it on my debug unit, but that has a different loading screen than the normal Xbox 360.

    How come you need to know?

    Wouldn't it just be on the final blade in system settings or something?

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    Re: How to check your firmware version

    If firmware version and dashboard version are one and the same, goto the system blade, then to Console Settings, scroll right down to the bottom and you get to system info, don't open it though, on the right is the dashboard version


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