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#1 corrado28

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Posted 13 August 2006 - 08:46 AM

I wonder if anybody upgraded Xbox with 750Gb. Need some more info about formating, partition and cluster size. I already use hitachi HD 500gb with 32kb cluster size and itīs works perfect without corruption.
My xbox is v1.6 with m8_16 bios.

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 03:21 AM

The F drive could go up to 512mb (with 32k clusters) and then you would need to add a G drive.

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 05:36 AM

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Posted 19 September 2006 - 10:06 AM

QUOTE(corrado28 @ Aug 13 2006, 08:53 AM) View Post

I wonder if anybody upgraded Xbox with 750Gb. Need some more info about formating, partition and cluster size. I already use hitachi HD 500gb with 32kb cluster size and itīs works perfect without corruption.
My xbox is v1.6 with m8_16 bios.

Thanks


I use XBTools 1.23a to patch M7 BIOS,
F: and G take rest, don't check "ignore HD partition"
then use XBPartitioner,
at first I use "even" to partition Seagate 750GB with 367Gb + 367Gb for both F: and G:,
but the F: only showed 256GB at Evox,
so I re-partition with F: 250GB and G: 500GB,
then Evox show the correct partiton size.

The XBPartitoner 1.0 will automatically format with 32K cluster
if your partiton size > 256GB. but the partition size change
have some tricks,if you can not add the partition sizedue to some reason,
just press "switch size / sector?" buttom and try again....

If seems no problem after I fill up G: with more then 250GB data

I still hope XBPartitioner to support 64K cluster size option
because I favor only F: partition.

BTW, is there a patch for M7 BIOS with IGR ( in game reset ),
it seems XBTools not support it. thans a lot !





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