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  1. What's the MD5 hash of the ind-bios 5003.67 BIOS's dot bin file that you flashed? The one available from xbins.org's FTP server from the dev team is 957D2306EB6563EB9C986566C8EA871B. Edit: Oops, that's not going to help. You modified the BIOS to change the location it looks for the configuration file. Thus, the hash will be different.
  2. Wasn't really clear in my post. What makes no sense to me is that G is not showing up when you boot the console using the ind-bios. Yes, most every replacement dashboard has its own configuration file which has an option to enable/disable access to the G drive. Therefore, you have to make sure it's enabled in each one. However, if booting a different BIOS, X2 5035, has access to G then booting ind-bios too should have access.
  3. What brand/model is the hard drive that needs to be unlocked?
  4. There is a partition table so that looks good. Partition 7's maximum size is limited to 1,024 GBs. Edit: Make sure that the G drive is enabled in the replacement dashboards you are using. Note: If you later upgrade to a 2TB HDD, you have to split the extra space above the stock Xbox HDD's partitions (1-5 - 8 GBs) equally between partitions 6 and 7 - 927.78 GBs each. Neither extended partition can be over 1,024 GBs (1 TB) in size using 64KB clusters.
  5. Does the console flash Red/Orange or Red/Green? What version Xbox? There may be a break in the PCI_RESET# trace. Therefore, the RAM chips do not get properly initialized on startup.
  6. Same problem that @Doom87posted about. I believe the larger than 512 GB partition was formatted using 32KB clusters instead of 64KB clusters. Once you write more than 512 GB's of data to partition 7/G drive data corruption occurs. The 32 bit counter used to access the data has overflowed wrapping back to 0 (e.g., FFFFFFFF + 1 = 0) - overwriting data to the start of the partition. Corrupting data previously stored there.
  7. From what you describe is happening, I think the extended partitions have been formatted with the wrong cluster size. Run XBPartitioner v1.3 (only use version 1.3, not an older release). Does it show ER to the left of the extended partition sizes?
  8. In XBPartitioner move the selection up to partition 7 so it is highlighted, what cluster size is displayed in to bottom box: Will use NN KB clusters Edit1: I believe the start of partition 7 should be 10000000 instead of 0FFFFFFF. edit2: However, my hard drive's partition 7 starts at 0FFFFFFF too. Edit1 (cont.): Run Evoxdash and run the System Utils > Backup menu option. Download the Backup/disk.bin file to your PC, open it in a hex editor. Is there an XBPartitioner v1.3 partition table in the first 512 bytes of the file? It should look something like
  9. Which version of Windows were you able to run the INID-Bios Config App on? Everytime I try to run the exe file it tries to install Printmaster 16 on my Windows 10 PC. Second, does it actually modify the location the BIOS looks for its configuration file? I always have it on stored at C:\ind-bios.cfg. edit: After cancelling PrintMaster 16 installation attempts multiple times (6), the app finally displayed its main screen. I ee you can change the location of the xbe files in the boot order list but nothing about changing the location ind-bios looks for its ind-bio
  10. ind-bios's configuration file ind-bios.cfg goes in the top-level folder of the C drive, not E. Edit: Unless you modified the BIOS to look for it on E.
  11. What revision is the now dead Xbox?
  12. From reading a lot of information about the Xbox shortly after they were released/modded till present day and repairing them. It's getting harder each day to find much info since many of the old Xbox scene web sites no longer exist. Xbox Temperature Sensor The ADM1032 chip is an I2C bus connected dual-temperature sensor. One sensor is used to detect the ambient air temp around the chip and one to process the CPU thermal diode signal. When an overheating condition is detected by the PIC processor (System Management Controller - SMC), it flashes the eject ring orange a
  13. archive.org if anyone has posted that type of content there.

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