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    Locked drive

    I picked up a hardmod v1.0 that was giving error 16. Through my fumbling with hotswapping and chimp I locked the drive to the “good” Xbox’s motherboard, so now I’m down to error 6. I got the drive unlocked and hooked up to my PC and did find an eeprom.bin on the drive, then used chimp to lock to that. (Saw a post where E:\ was the old location and Y:\ is the new one, and have done both.) Still gives error 6. Are there other names for the eeprom.bin file? I haven’t tried backup.bin and will give that a try. Wanted to post now because this is tiring. Only ways to read eeprom
  2. After several more days of learning. Displays LOADING IND-BIOS at startup The flubber animation is a bluish color and not green The XBOX logo screen is blue and white, and says XBOX below the big X thing. The mobo has the USB daughter card, which I believe is 1.0 only. Seems pretty clear it's a TSOPd 1.0. Kernel says 1.0.5004.67, which doesn't seem match the "figoure out your revision" list, but I've seen mention of IND bioses 5003 and 5004. Currently just backing up that 2TB hard drive. I wasn't able to do the unlocked hot-swap and Xplorer360 thing to copy f
  3. Dave, thanks for your time. What is a "non softmod hard drive"? My current knowledge is that you can't upgrade a hard drive without softmod/TSOP or a chip. Again, I've only been at this for 10 days. 11 now, I guess.
  4. This showed up on my local Craigslist and I picked it up. It's one of those 2TB jobbers. I've never had an Xbox so I've learned quite a bit in the past 10 days. I still haven't figured out if it is a 1.0 or a 1.1. No fan on the heatsink, but unleashedX is telling me it is 1.0. I'm not sure it matters to figure that out. The question is - does this pic show evidence of TSOP? I haven't pulled the mobo out to see of there is something similar at R7R3. Also, my C drive has a folder called bios and it sure looks like it has bios images in it. As far as I can tell so far, those are

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