Apr 8 2004, 05:07 PM
Right... I bought a 80 GB hdd to put in my xbox... I replaced the HDD with no problem.. and set the thingies to Cable-select... blah blah blah...
so I made a Xiso of a folder "/Evox iso" with the Default.xbe(Evoxdash.xbe), Evox.ini.. and the Folder /Backup I made from the original xbox HDD that contains 5 files..
but now.. when I put in the Boot CD..(CD-RW) it goes to Error Code "13".. I think this is "Dashboard not found" or summin' like that...
so I tried putting in a original Xbox game in.. and yeah.. it works... but still.. nothing with the CD-RW... So I was thinking... I bet the thompsen drive gets really picky about the CD's if HDD is swapped... cuz well... Thompsen STINKS!!..
and no.. I dont have any friends that I can borrow a Samsung CDrom drive from... So is there like NO way to get this to work??
C'mon PPL... Somebody gotta know what to do!
Apr 8 2004, 05:10 PM
The Thompson drives have a real shitty time reading CDRW's just keep trying and it will pick it up...if you would like to order a samsung off me its 110 Shipped
Apr 8 2004, 05:13 PM
I'll see if there's other alternatives first..
Apr 8 2004, 05:16 PM
what if I go buy a DVD-R/+R????
Apr 8 2004, 05:50 PM
does NO ONE HAVE AN ANSWER??!?!??
Apr 8 2004, 05:57 PM
get a Pre-modified Samsung Sd616t For Xbox, Original "BLACK" Color Drive
XBoXMan sells them. i got mine from spyderbass. works perfectly.
I noticed that after a mod chip is installed the dvd-rom preforms less reliable than before a mod chip or flash.
After i installed mine it read everything, cd-r's cd-rw's, no dummy files needed,
it would probably read the newspaper if i could get it in.
That's my opinion. After I installed a chameleon v1.3 i could not get a rented game to play. the mod changes something.
Apr 8 2004, 06:06 PM
DVD-R will probably work.
Also, make sure you are burning in the right format (disc at once, finalize, etc) and your iso is properly made. And it doesn't hurt to include a ~100MB dummy file to make it easier to read the disc.
Apr 8 2004, 06:11 PM
My only suggestion is to try burning your CDRW at the slowest speed possible. Or try a DVD-RW. Despite all the complaints on X-S, I've yet to have any of the problems that are associated with my setup.
I happen to have a 1.0 box with a Thompson drive, solderless Xodus Matrix, 120GB WD HD, Evox M7, EvolutionX 3935 with IGR always on.
I've never had any IGR problems, the only issues I've ever come across are:
1. in the beginning, I didn't turn on NTP, and the constant clock reset caused issues
2. occasionally, the screw holding the matrix in place loosens enough to show a red light, so I have to retighten
Aside from that everything works like a champ. CDRs don't work, but the following disks that I've tried work fine: Memorex CDRW, Optorite DVDRW and DVDRs and the HQ 4x from meritline.com.
Apr 8 2004, 06:25 PM
oh, and my other piece of advice is to use GDFimage to create the iso.
Craxtion was a good program which piggy-backed off GDFimage but I gave that up when it failed to create a multi-iso one time (after repeated tries).
xisotool is a good tool, but I find that it is only reliable for me 80% of the time, so I only use it for extraction (when it works)
I forget what my opinion of xiso is since I haven't used it in so many months now.
GDFimage/GUI is the only solution that has worked for me reliably 100% over the 8 months that I have owned my 1.0 box with a Thompson drive so, yes, I have a personal bias. But, seeing as you haven't established a bias yet, and you have similar hardware, you may want to try something similar.
As for UDF format, I only use that for making xbmp disks with divx avi files so I can play on both PC and Xbox --- haven't had any issues with that either.
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