Jun 10 2003, 03:15 AM
A friend sent me a system with a X1/1.1 and wanted me to set up a 120gig drive on it. Well I tried everythign I normally would and all I get is a 13, I think, error on boot. It will not boot my EvoX boot DVD-R either.
I am unfimiliar with this outdated chip, any advice or why this is happen would be great!
Jun 10 2003, 04:20 AM
13 is just a dasbboard error (not found) which is normal on a hard drive install cuz there's nothing on it.
It should boot off of the dvd, make sure you're using the right disc and files to partition the drive.
Jun 10 2003, 05:36 AM
I did, It's the same boot disk I used on every system I do.
Maybe the lense is just dirty, I'll try again.
Jun 10 2003, 05:39 AM
It's my mistake, It's an error 16 and a 5.
Jun 10 2003, 05:53 AM
does his bios support harddrive swap?
Jun 10 2003, 05:59 AM
I just checked the list here and it says yes to X1 and X1.1 but I just don't think so.
It just will not boot anything.
Jun 10 2003, 01:20 PM
Maybe it's the new version of EvoX on DVD-R is not supported by the chips bios. Could this be it?
Iam now getting 3-4 differant errors on boot up. Sometimes it stays on the XBOX screen for a minute then the error happens. Like it trying to do something but can't.
Still need help with this old chip.
KJnow someone out there used this at one time.
Jun 10 2003, 05:18 PM
I just replaced my old X1 with a chameleon, and yes, the X1 did support larger HDD's. Try using Slayer's Auto-Installer to setup the new HDD.
| Maybe it's the new version of EvoX on DVD-R is not supported by the chips bios. Could this be it?|
Nope, I was running the latest version of evox on it too. The X1 chip does most of the stuff the X2 bios does with the exception of booting evoxdash.xbe first and some other small stuff. The main difference is that the X1 chip isn't flash upgradeable.
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