Aug 31 2006, 01:59 PM
Alright the strangest thing happened today. I have C, D, E, and F partitions on my xbox, with F: being the primary partion, which had about 230gb of free space on it. This morning, I was trying out a few different Bios's to see what I liked, shortly later I went into XBMC and looked and it is showing my F: Drive as having 110gb free, and it shows no games on it at all. I had about 10 games, and some apps, now nothing. I can still write to the F: drive but it is half the size and appears empty, what could have gone wrong?
Aug 31 2006, 04:12 PM
You flasheda bios with no LBA48 support. reflash the original.
If something wroks I generally leave it be.
Aug 31 2006, 04:25 PM
I can still write to the F: drive
Chances are you've corrupted something on the original partition after writing to it with the incorrect LBA48 Settings.
When you've corrected the BIOS I would recommend reformatting F: and copying back your games and apps.
Aug 31 2006, 07:15 PM
You guys were dead on, I went back to my newer BIOS, and formatted the drive, its back to 200+ GB. Thanks for the help!