Unleashx Hd Prepare
Posted 10 March 2004 - 01:36 AM
Sorry if this has been asked already I have been searching around and havent found anything..
Posted 10 March 2004 - 02:31 AM
Okay, all you really need to do is put your back up of C, E (and/or F if it fits) on \CDrive\, \EDrive\ (and/or \FDrive\). You can also use the names CBackup, EBackup and FBackup, GDrive and GBackup can also be use. Preferably, a copy of UnleashX and config.xml shuold be on CDrive already, if not, UnleashX will handle that.
Burn it, pop it in, let it boot and it should detect that you have a new drive. Follow the on-screen instruction and let it finish. Don't select formating of G if you don't have one. After formating all the partitions, it will then copy the files in those folders to C, E and F. If there's no EvoxDash.xbe on C, it will copy itself as C:\\evoXdash.xbe, then finally proceed with booting up the CD.
A few notes: Make sure your xbox time and date settings are properly set, or is set with a valid value. HD must be configured to use Cable Select (CS). Be quick enough to put the CD/DVD into the tray, or the CD/DVD must already be in the tray before hitting the power button.
Posted 10 March 2004 - 04:15 AM
I cant test it out as of now tho because my dvd burner just died a few mins ago
thanks again for the fast reply I have been wondering how to do this for awhile now.
Posted 13 March 2004 - 04:24 PM
|QUOTE (unleashx @ Mar 10 2004, 04:31 AM)|
|A few notes: Make sure your xbox time and date settings are properly set, or is set with a valid value.|
What exactly happens if the date/time arent set up properly?
I have a dead Xbox HD.. replacement coming soon.. I will probably be using the UnleashX method of preparing the new HD. Xbox has been unplugged for sometime, so the Xbox date/time will have reset to default, is this a problem?
Posted 13 March 2004 - 09:11 PM
Is your old HD totally dead? If not, it's enough to put UnleashX there, boot it real quick, then shutdown (or of course the stock dash and adjust the time manually). Let it plug for a few minutes, then proceed.
Posted 14 March 2004 - 07:48 AM
Phew.. thanks for clearing that up unleashx
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