QUOTE(StealthyWolfNL @ Jan 2 2012, 02:58 PM)
When i play a game it gives me a EvoX in pink on my top left corner of the screen
You mean when you turn it on, after the flubber animation, the big green X appears and has a diamond shaped pink "EvoX" logo, correct?
I have seen an Xbox modded this way before --- perhaps it is EvoX M8 Bios (I was under the impression that EvoX bios never featured this logo, but maybe so).For the most part, if the flubber animation or the "X" screen at bootup is modified in any way, that means it is chipped.
If the bios on your chip supports it, you should be able to boot the system with an unlocked hard drive.
As mafiafan123 said, if you boot from an installer disc, it will get you started with a modified dashboard... I suggest looking into how to FTP into the console yourself so you can familiarize yourself with how FTP works when it comes to installing emulators and apps.
Note that once again, your bios must SUPPORT the feature to boot from an alternate dashboard...
For example, an unmodded xbox boots xboxdash.xbe on the C:/ directory on your xbox.
If you have hacked bios that support booting from a different path, your xbox might look for C:/evox.xbe or C:/unleashx.xbe (or maybe even E:/evox.xbe depending on how the bios was set up)
Otherwise, if the bios doesn't have this feature, you can still use a hacked dashboard, however it must be renamed to xboxdash.xbe (which already exists, so you may want to rename it msdashboard.xbe so you can remember that it is the microsoft dashboard if you ever need to use it again).
Good luck if you have more questions just ask.
By the way, when I saw an Xbox with the pink evox diamond in the corner, it was only booting up modded 30% of the time... Me and a few people were sitting there turning it on and off constantly until we finally figured out that it had a pressure sensitive power button... if you pushed power lightly it would boot unmodded and if you pushed a bit harder it would boot modded. This was probably a feature of the chip so that you could still play on Xbox Live. Not sure if yours is set up like that, but if it is, don't think it's faulty like I did