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#1 elroy

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 06:55 PM

Hi all.

I'm new here, and already found a lot of interesting things on the forum! Good work!

But i have a little qquestion, maybe someone can tell me.

I Bought a xbox 360 slim 4gb with kinect. Now i read that there is a possibility to build in a harddisk.

I read that HDDhackr only can "edit" WWD HDD's i know that.

But i also read that "originally" in the Xbox there's a Hitachi Harddisk.

Now i have one Hitachi 60GB harddisk here type: HTS541060G9SA00

I'm wonedring if anyone can tell me if it is possible to build in in?

I dont think it will work plug and play, but maybe it is possible to write a working Hard Drive Security Sector in it?

Anyone can help me with this???


#2 mouseym

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 06:57 PM

QUOTE(elroy @ Jan 1 2012, 05:55 PM) View Post

Hi all.

I'm new here, and already found a lot of interesting things on the forum! Good work!

But i have a little qquestion, maybe someone can tell me.

I Bought a xbox 360 slim 4gb with kinect. Now i read that there is a possibility to build in a harddisk.

I read that HDDhackr only can "edit" WWD HDD's i know that.

But i also read that "originally" in the Xbox there's a Hitachi Harddisk.

Now i have one Hitachi 60GB harddisk here type: HTS541060G9SA00

I'm wonedring if anyone can tell me if it is possible to build in in?

I dont think it will work plug and play, but maybe it is possible to write a working Hard Drive Security Sector in it?

Anyone can help me with this???


If it came from an xbox 360, just plug it in and format it. It may ask you for your console's serial number before it can format the drive.

#3 elroy

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 11:58 PM

Nope, thats the problem.

It didn't came from an Xbox, but from a laptop.

If i just plug it in, and try to format it can anything go wrong with the Xbox?
So, i just try, plug it in, format, it doesn't work, i build it out again, and i still have my 4 gb xbox working fine??



#4 DARKFiB3R

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 08:31 AM

Nope, Hddhackr currently only supports modifying WD drives, reardless of the fact that the 360 uses stock Hitachi drives.

Hopefully a future update will change that, but don't hold your breth, it could be a while.

Nothing wil go wrong with the xbox if you format the drive as it is now. I don't think it will even let you try.

Edited by DARKFiB3R, 02 January 2012 - 08:35 AM.





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