Jul 21 2004, 06:21 AM
i just got my 200 gig hdd in 2day. i have a 1.0 xbox with a x2.3b lite.
should i use slayers or a evox hdd disc?
when i first tried 2 format the hdd with slayers, i dont no wut i did but after i turned it off, i get error 16(dashboard related) n it wont read my slayers disc or evox.
Jul 21 2004, 07:06 AM
Set your clock using the MS dash.
Jul 22 2004, 01:44 AM
i dont have a dashboard i dont think. is there a tutorial on how 2 clear the hdd of everything so its like new, n format it using evox hdd disc?
Jul 22 2004, 02:00 AM
hookup your old HDD set the clock
backup C:\ and E:\ then start over..
Jul 22 2004, 02:32 AM
wtf is up with this. while i wus transfering the C partition 2 my comp, it stoped n told me the connection wus closed or sumthin. n now i cant tfp 2 my xbox.
[EDIT] ok i got connected.
[EDIT] wut is all the folders in C? just TDATA n UDATA along with screendump.bmp?
[EDIT] jee do i luv the edit button. nvm, i have the C n E stuff on my comp from b4 i got my modchip when im suppose 2 back the hdd up.
[EDIT] ok now after i set the clock, n pluged my 200 giger in, i get error 13;
13 - kernel - Dashboard launch fail (due to missing/bad key, or anything else that would prevent it from running) and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed.
Jul 22 2004, 02:58 AM
There are plenty of guides in the tutorial section on how to do this, but here is the basic order:
1> Install Modchip
2> Flash modchip
3> Boot a CD with FTP server (Like EvoX dashboard)
4> FTP your C and E drives to your PC
5> Replace the HD
6> Format the new HD (using EvoX, raw FTP commands etc)
7> FTP C and E backups from your PC back to your new HD
At this point you will have an identical setup as before, except you have a larger HD with an F partition.
8> Copy the EvoX (or other dashboard of choice) files to your HD, rename to 'evoxdash.xbe'
Jul 22 2004, 03:53 AM
ok thx. i got it working n ftp alright. but in evox it says that i only have 124 gigs in F
on C 336.0.0
x,y,x have 786.0.0
Jul 22 2004, 05:16 AM
Which bios you have.. make sure you have a bios support the LBA48 (137gb and more...)..
Jul 22 2004, 05:51 AM
does x2 4983 support it? i think it does. i have been using x2 4973.
Jul 22 2004, 06:15 AM
|QUOTE (h34d5h0tz @ Jul 22 2004, 06:54 AM)|
| does x2 4983 support it? i think it does. i have been using x2 4973. |
Yes, upgrade to X2-4983.06 . This will give you a large F: partition using all available capacity of the 200gb HD, but requires you to reformat F: (if your F is empty at the moment it is not a problem) .
X2-4983.67 will split the space between F and G, but it is probably better to have a single F: only.
Jul 22 2004, 06:25 AM
sumthin happend when i flashed it:thread
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