Hi, I'm trying to upgrade my Xbox hard drive to a 500gb HD by using Xboxhdm v1.9. I extracted the eeprom.bin to the linux/eeprom folder, I have extracted both my C and E drives as well and I checked that everything is there. Then I double clicked make-iso-win.bat, waited a few minutes and it made my iso image which is almost 4 gigs (I had a lot of stuff on E). I used Nero to burn to a DVD-r which always work as bootable disks I used before (for OSs and such things) but this one didn't work at all, it does not boot the disk. The computer waits for the disk by displaying a flashing cursor as usual but it doesn't do anything so it just continues booting to the Hard Drive (Windows XP). Did something go wrong? I did everything like I'm supposed to do.
I just checked the files that are in my DVD by using explorer and this is what appears there:
F (which is empty of course)
ABOUT_THIS_CD.TXT (all in caps like you see it here)
CHECK (which doesn't have any extension)
There doesn't seem to be any bootable file of any kind? I also checked the linux.iso with Ultra ISO that make-iso-win.bat made and it's set up exactly the same way. All the bootable files for some reason seem to be in the ISOLINUX folder and they are as follows:
FATXIMAGE (doesn't have any extension)
LOCKDISK (no extension)
MEMDISK (no extension, again)
Unfortunately I don't have any more DVDs so I will have to go to the store and buy more but could anybody tell me what went wrong please? thanks.
EDIT: By the way, if it matters at all the exact file size of the ISO is 3.66gb...but I know that doesn't have anything to do with the problem since it fits on a DVD perfectly. I used DVD-R TDK media which I have trusted for years and works for absolutely everything, including lots of bootable programs/operating systems, Xbox games, PC games etc etc...
Also, the same files that are on the ISOLINUX folder on the ISO are also on the DVD itself.