Mar 8 2008, 04:43 PM
read the readme's and all but when i copy my e folder and c folder and eeprom folder to the linux folder and try to run the make-win-iso.bat it just hangs on the command prompt and doesnt even try to make the iso.
when my files are not in the folder it burns a naked linux.iso that goes to the title screen but wont boot the vga console
granted I dont have the xbox hd connected to the computer at this time, I just wanted to test the disc.
Mar 8 2008, 08:08 PM
Make sure you have room on the drive. Get a new copy of Xboxhdm, yours could have been corrupted.
Mar 8 2008, 09:16 PM
well i got xboxhdm to start with just the c drive and the eeprom on disc
now that i've gotten the new hd is it supposed to make a couple of skipping noises when it first powers up?
cant figure out what the master is on this comp so i disconnected the cd drive ide and put it in the new hd and put another one in it and now the cd player in my old computer no longer powers on with that cd in the tray.
How can i get it out?
Mar 9 2008, 01:20 AM
Typically your motherboard will have two IDE sockets, labeled "primary" and "secondary".
Each socket can take a cable with two devices. The one on the end is the "master", and the one in the middle is the "slave".
For example, in an X-Box (which only has one IDE socket) the HDD is the "primary master" and the DVD is the "primary slave".
The CD can't have any effect on your computer if there's no IDE cable plugged into the actual CD drive.
Double check that the molex is still plugged into the thing. Without juice the drive won't power up and so the eject button won't work. If it's in there, try plugging the IDE cable back into it, see if that makes a difference.
Though most CD drives have a little hole in the front. Poke a paperclip or something in there and you'll trigger the manual tray release (so you can remove the disc without power).
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