Posted 07 December 2005 - 05:54 AM
I have basic info have xbox 1.2 with xcuter 2.6ce with the latest version of evox
ok i im goin to upgrade my hard drive to a 250 gb western digital and the main reason is its only 20 bucks more than a 120 gb hd or i would pick 120. which leads to my first question
0ne: ok one i seen on a few tutorials that an xbox will only reconize 137gb and below nothing higher is that true and is there any problems with bigger hd
Two: i tried to use newhde1.4 from xbins i made iso file and burned to cdrw then i put a old unused hard drive i had 3.1 gb and im pretty sure it wasnt used with information on it plugged the hd and put the disc in would not work at all. just flashed red and green tried to turn it on and off. still didnt work
Three: how many programs are out there to make a new hd to work and what are they
also i did see if it wasnt reading the disc i put my stock hd on with the disc and the worked fine
Posted 07 December 2005 - 09:06 AM
Posted 07 December 2005 - 02:06 PM
Posted 07 December 2005 - 03:28 PM
Ox is right, the main thing with these bigger HD's is your LBA48 settings. Most recent bios' support this, you need it enabled.
As far as formatting a new drive, I got a slayers disc way back when I did my first chip, and i still use it now when doing a HD. I think v2.6 was the latest one, and on it you can lock, unlock, format, install a few basic apps and a dash, as well as restore msdash. I would recommend using that or a similar auto installer, and then sourcing any additional apps once your up and running.
Hope that helps, and yes the usual places usually helps too.
Ps. Once your up, ditch evox and install UnleashX
Posted 07 December 2005 - 07:28 PM
my xecuter has 5035 bios if that helps
Posted 08 December 2005 - 06:21 AM
AID can be found in the usual place.
Flashing the BIOS with LBA48 support means that the BIOS can support HDDs over 137 GB. You have an Xecuter 5035, I'm pretty sure it already had LBA48 support.
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