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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #30 on: 12 October 2014 à 13:03:55 »

When someone decides to dump their 500gb hdd and share the hddss.bin

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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #31 on: 12 October 2014 à 19:18:29 »

You can now also use 500 GB. Try my attached File.
Happy flashing  :)
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #32 on: 15 October 2014 à 08:36:25 »

Thanx!
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #33 on: 03 November 2014 à 10:00:10 »

Hi everyone !

I have a problem with HddHackr and HDD  HDD WD 160 GB BEVS Scorpio - 22 RST0 [FAT 32] and I tried to make it for the Xbox360. My Xbox is without any Chip mode and nothing else. Just original one.
I have created FreeDOS USB Storage and using HDDHackr 1.40 as in the tutorial, on two different Notebooks[ HP Pavilion dv7 and Fujitsu E780] in both case I had received the same message from HDDHackr. " No ATA devices present!"
But under DOS the HDD is visible and  available to use.
I don't have any idea what I do wrong the tutorial seems clear but I spend a lot of time on this but I am not able to do it.
Maybe my notebooks are not compatible with this software I don't know.

Is anybody can help me?
BR
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #34 on: 05 November 2014 à 17:45:27 »

Hi everyone !

I have a problem with HddHackr and HDD  HDD WD 160 GB BEVS Scorpio - 22 RST0 [FAT 32] and I tried to make it for the Xbox360. My Xbox is without any Chip mode and nothing else. Just original one.
I have created FreeDOS USB Storage and using HDDHackr 1.40 as in the tutorial, on two different Notebooks[ HP Pavilion dv7 and Fujitsu E780] in both case I had received the same message from HDDHackr. " No ATA devices present!"
But under DOS the HDD is visible and  available to use.
I don't have any idea what I do wrong the tutorial seems clear but I spend a lot of time on this but I am not able to do it.
Maybe my notebooks are not compatible with this software I don't know.

Is anybody can help me?
BR
PrzemPat

It's probably a unsupported SATA chipset, try using a stationary computer if possible... they're better...
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #35 on: 12 August 2015 à 13:21:29 »

Hello!

I have created my own 500Gb HDSSS.Bin, you just need to change the number of LBA sectors to the ones your drive has. Be very careful and double check the number of LBAs your drive has or you can break it. This applies also for bigger drives.

I have been able to change the firmware in WD50000LPVX successfully *IF* the model is 22V0TT0. I have tried with model 75V0TT0 also WD5000LPVX and it only changes firmware, manufacturer *but not* the serial numbers. It changes to something different which doesn't make sense. If I undo I go back to my previous serial number, so that's good news, but No way to put the right serial into 75V0TT0. Does anyone know how to fix it?

Thanks.
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #36 on: 07 March 2017 à 19:53:23 »

Could someone PLEASE, PLEASE help me?
My Xbox Slim E won’t recognize the new HDD!

Here’s what I use:
-   XBox 360 Slim E
-   WD5000LPLX (tested drive for Hddhackr 1.40)
-   a Win10 computer

I created a bootable USB-Stick with Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool (where I selected the MS-DOS folder as the location).
I flashed my WD-drive an followed the tutorial from digiex.net exactly (using the 500GB security sector added on 04/03/2014).
Hddhackr tells me that eveything is fine, but my Xbox Slim E won’t recognize the new HDD!

This IS strange, because I had a Xbox 360 Slim (without E) before using the exact same type of HDD! I also used the same computer back then.
My old Xbox got stolen one day and I had to start from scratch: new Xbox, new HDD…)
 
Here’s what I tried to fix my problem:
-   I updated my Xbox 360.
-   I tested the WD5000LPLX in my computer and it worked perfect.
-   I wiped the WD5000LPLX completely, using Data Lifeguard Diagnostic For Western Digital Drives (also tested the drive: passed).
-   I created various different bootable USB-Sticks with different Windows-Computers (Win10, WinXP) using Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool or Rufus 2.12 (FREE-DOS or MS-DOS).
-   I re-flashed my WD-drive with and without creating Partition 0/2/3.

My Xbox still won’t recognize my drive…
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #37 on: 07 March 2017 à 20:09:34 »

Take HDDS.bin files from trusted places, like xbins, Eurasia.





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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #38 on: 08 March 2017 à 21:02:08 »

Take HDDS.bin files from trusted places, like xbins, Eurasia.
I'll see what I can find there,
thank you for your response
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #39 on: 08 March 2017 à 22:34:09 »

The attached file is from Xbins for (WD) 320 Gb Hdd.
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #40 on: 09 March 2017 à 05:49:02 »

The attached file is from Xbins for (WD) 320 Gb Hdd.
Thank You
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #41 on: 09 March 2017 à 21:55:57 »

What I found out:

Win10 won't let you use Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool to create a bootable USB-Stick.

In my case I used a program called Rufus, BUT it works with FreeDos instead of MS-DOS.
FreeDos causes problems, when you use Hddhackr.

My advice:
ONLY use Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool with MS-DOS - if you have Win10, as I do... use another computer (WinXP...)
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Re: HDDHACKR v1.40 Build 20130303 : format your WD Drive into FATX
« Reply #42 on: 07 May 2017 à 03:20:24 »

I have an Advance Format Hard drive Western Digital WD5000BPVT will this work????
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