Posted 18 July 2009 - 06:28 AM
Ok my problem is I took my 120gb hdd out of my desktop pc to be used in the modding of my xbox but it failed, but the hdd was still ok and was working although it was still acting like an xbox hdd. After returning my xbox's original hdd to its proper place, I then began the process of reversing what I had done to the 120 but got to thinking that it would be even nicer if I could use it instead of the 80gb hdd as the main drive, so I made an image of the original 80gb hdd and copied it to the 120gb hdd, then I realized that the 120 still had the hex edit to make it xbox recognized so i copied the hex from the 80 over to the 120 thinking itd be more easily recognized by the pc as the main drive like that. After a swap and reboot I get a message stating no os on the hdd so I think no problem ill just use the recovery since its now a copy of the original. Things seem to go fine till it tells me it cant format the hdd. Okay so now I get worried that I may have royally screwed this up so i switch the hdds around yet again and load my hex editor to see if it was still hexed as an xbox to find that the entire hex is 0's. What I need is either a hex for it that would make it back to normal or some other way to fix it without having to buy a new one. If anyone can help either post or pm me, any help here would be greatly appreciated and thanks in advance.