Development for newer systems typically involves actual hardware given the lack of accurate emulators.Efforts have been made to use actual console hardware for many older systems, though.
You must transfer the XBMC program to your XBOX harddrive and test it to ensure it is functioning properly.
If you wish for XBMC to start at boot that is also covered in this section.
We recommend that you record the original BIOS settings before you modify them.
A Basic Input/Output System (BIOS) update is a software utility that updates the programming of the most basic hardware in your computer.
Please download and run the update utility and follow the on screen step-by-step instructions.
The Xbox Development Kit (XDK) is a software development kit created by Microsoft used to write software for the Xbox gaming system.
Along with the Dreamcast, Game Boy Advance, and Play Station Portable, the most frequently used platforms for homebrew development are older generations of consoles, among them the Atari 2600 and Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).
The relative simplicity of older systems enables an individual or small group to develop acceptable games in a reasonable time frame.
BIOS is a firmware that is embedded onto the System Board of your computer.
When the computer is first started, BIOS activates all of the hardware required by the computer to boot including: WARNING: Incorrectly changing the BIOS settings may leave the computer in a state in which the Operating System will no longer start.
You can click on View Details in the Drivers page to review the release notes for the specific update to determine if the update will benefit you.