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Trying to do my first softmod and all is going well except my xbox refuses to actually read my disk so i cant load the save game to get the process going. Anyone got any tips for me to get it to read? This should hopefully be the last time it needs to read a disk so i just need it to work once really.

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Use Please login or register to see this link.  to install its no-original-game-disk-required Xbox Softmodding Tool installer.

Hotswap connect the Xbox's unlocked HDD to a USB-to-IDE or IDE/SATA combo adapter.  Or, read the EEPROM with a serial EEPROM reader/writer and PonyProg software or a Please login or register to see this link. . You can then unlock the drive with the eeprom.bin backup. Install the software package to the C drive of the Xbox HDD.  Disconnect it from the PC and reinstall it back in the Xbox.  Boot the console and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the softmod installation

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Just a heads up i just got an xbox from someone i know for 10 bucks and used the cd drive from that ha. Now i just wait for the rest of my parts to come in the mail!

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