Ah the ground point is soldered, isn't it?I already have a white shell but I am wondering how would I put the switch back on
Im not the one that made it I bought it but gow would I get the switch off the back safely it is going through the USBAh the ground point is soldered, isn't it?
You can maybe slide it in between the USB Ports, but it'll be close.
Just be careful with it - The switch itself is just on a sticky pad.
I mean, realistically, if you have a soldering iron in the house that would be an extremely easy point to just solder back on.Im not the one that made it I bought it but gow would I get the switch off the back safely it is going through the USB
I dont want to make another thread about this so do you know what kind of HDD I would need to beable to have an internal 1 tb or bigger and still have it work on the retail side also?I mean, realistically, if you have a soldering iron in the house that would be an extremely easy point to just solder back on.
Otherwise, all you'd have to do is find a way to bend the casing back enough for you to just push the switch through the USB opening.
I dont want to make another thread about this so do you know what kind of HDD I would need to beable to have an internal 1 tb or bigger and still have it work on the retail side also?
I know I could probably find this online but does any drive work for the RGH side?HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
Modfreakz and Schtrom released a few day ago a new build of HDDHACKR now in version v1.40. This MS DOS tool allow you to format a regular WD 2.5″ HDD into the xbox format (FATX), then you just have to put in a xbox hdd case and use it as a genuine xbox 360 HDD.
* Updated SATA and PATA controller list
* Added support for 320GB and 500GB hard drives (HDDSS.BIN required)
* Added support to adjust Idle Timer (IntelliPark)
* Confirmed HddHacker supports hard drives manufactured till 2013
Works with the following Western Digital drive series: [BEAS/BEVS/BEVT/BPVT/LPVT/BEKT/BJKT/BPKT/BUDT/HLFS/BLFS]
WD600BEAS – 60GB
WD800BEAS – 80GB
WD1000BEAS – 100GB
WD1200BEAS – 120GB
WD1600BEAS – 160GB
WD2000BEAS – 200GB
WD2500BEAS – 250GB
WD600BEVS – 60GB
WD800BEVS – 80GB
WD1000BEVS – 100GB
WD1200BEVS – 120GB
WD1600BEVS – 160GB
WD2000BEVS – 200GB
WD2500BEVS – 250GB
Scorpio Blue Series
WD3200BEVS – 320GB
WD600BEVT – 60GB
WD800BEVT – 80GB
WD1200BEVT – 120GB
WD1600BEVT – 160GB
WD2000BEVT – 200GB
WD2500BEVT – 250GB
WD3200BEVT – 320GB
WD4000BEVT – 400GB
WD5000BEVT – 500GB
WD6400BEVT – 640GB
WD1600BPVT – 160GB
WD2500BPVT – 250GB
WD3200BPVT – 320GB
WD5000BPVT – 500GB
WD6400BPVT – 640GB
WD7500BPVT – 750GB
WD2500LPVT – 250GB
WD3200LPVT – 320GB
WD5000LPVT – 500GB
WD10TPVT – 1TB
Scorpio Black Series
WD800BEKT – 80GB
WD1200BEKT – 120GB
WD1600BEKT – 160GB
WD2500BEKT – 250GB
WD3200BEKT – 320GB
WD5000BEKT – 500GB
WD800BJKT – 80GB
WD1200BJKT – 120GB
WD1600BJKT – 160GB
WD3200BJKT – 320GB
WD5000BJKT – 500GB
WD3200BPKT – 320GB
WD5000BPKT – 500GB
WD7500BPKT – 750GB
WD1600BUDT – 160GB
WD2500BUDT – 250GB
WD3200BUDT – 320GB
WD5000BUDT – 500GB
WD1500HLFS – 150GB
WD1600HLFS – 160GB
WD3000HLFS – 300GB
WD1500BLFS – 150GB
WD1600BLFS – 160GB
WD3000BLFS – 300GB
How to use
HddHacker supports two flashing modes, Auto and Manual. Typing HddHackr at a DOS prompt
will start auto mode. In auto mode all hard drives will be detected automatically.
In manual mode you can enter all the parameters used for flashing by hand.
The following help screen is displayed if you start HddHacker with a wrong number of
HDDHACKR [C|D|F|R] [PORT] [DRIVE POS] [SECTOR FILE] [RESTORE FILE]
C: Create Partitions 0/2/3
D: Dump sector 16-22 from XBOX360 HDD to file
F: Flash Western Digital firmware
R: Restore Western Digital firmware
PORT: Port to send command to e.g. 09F0
DRIVE POS: A0 for Master, B0 for Slave
SECTOR FILE: Sector dump file e.g. HDDSS.BIN
RESTORE FILE: Firmware restore file e.g. UNDO.BIN
Example for create, dump, flash and restore:
HDDHACKR C 09F0 A0
HDDHACKR D 09F0 A0 HDDSS.BIN
HDDHACKR F 09F0 A0 HDDSS.BIN UNDO.BIN
HDDHACKR R 09F0 A0 UNDO.BIN
Actually, you might not even need to use HDDHackr.I know I could probably find this online but does any drive work for the RGH side?
If it is then I will use my 2 tb for RGH side and use an external for retailActually, you might not even need to use HDDHackr.
I know on the RGH Side, as long as it's formatted to FAT32, then it can be used up to 2TB.
However, I'm not 100% sure if that's the same case on Retail.
Makes you wonder why there even is a separate GND wire...Ah the ground point is soldered, isn't it?
Any 2.5" drive will work on the RGH side. If you want everything in one place, get an external one. Internal retail drives are limited to 500GB.I know I could probably find this online but does any drive work for the RGH side?