Jan 28 2008, 11:28 AM
I installed Kingroach's Ndure 3.1 softmod through XboxHDM on my Xbox about a month ago and its been working great, the only problem I've been having is when I push eject to boot into the M$dash it gives me a "Your xbox requires service" error. Now I've been thinking and decided I don't even want it to dual boot anymore and would rather just have it boot into UnleashX no matter what button I push. So I was wondering how I could get rid of the dual boot without having to redo the whole softmod.
Thanks in advance.
Jan 28 2008, 12:47 PM
Run kingroach ndure installer in BASIC mode.
FTP to your xbox (with shadow C turned off - load the NDTS or search for other ways to turn it off)
Delete all files on C.
FTP over the new C. (From ndure BASIC)
Jan 28 2008, 09:50 PM
Alright did it exactly as you said and now it boots to UnleashX with both buttons BUT now I cant boot the M$dash from UnleashX it says this "Unable to launch "C:\xboxdash.xbe". File does not exists." So do I just put the xboxdash.xbe from my C drive into my shadowC drive? I appreciate the help so far.
Jan 29 2008, 11:22 AM
you should place the M$dash files of an unmodded C partition in your shadow C partition. If you don't have them anymore, you can extract them from a slayers iso with a program like Qwix.
Jan 29 2008, 10:18 PM
Thanks I restored my backup to my ShadowC drive and it worked perfectly. I'd like to ask two more questions.
- When I backup my EEPROM with NDTS it saves it in my NKP11 folder correct?
- Is there anything else I should backup once I have my C drive and my EEPROM backed up?
Thanks for all the help.
Jan 30 2008, 09:41 AM
the most important thing to backup is the eeprom.bin file. The C backup (before the mod) is handy if the softmod doesn't work and you can use it to place the M$dash back to your shadowc.
You can find the same files in the slayers rescue iso.
If you extract that iso, you can find the C and E folder contents of the 5960 M$dash.
I use the Qwix program to extract Xiso's, but there are probably others that work as well.
The eeprom.bin file is the key to unlock your harddisk with your pc. If something goes wrong, you can easily unlock your harddisk with it. That's why it is so important.
Jan 30 2008, 09:39 PM
All Right, thanks for all the help.
Edit: Oops I posted on the wrong account lol.
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