open ur hard drive in hexeditor (HxD), press ctrl & g enter Offset: 80000 and Replace the Data With: 58 54 41 46 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 10 00 00 00 01
use Xplorer360_09b6_250gb.exe when done! hope this helps!
Will this also work on a 60GB genuine HDD? Reason I ask is that I just overwrote my genuine 60GB drive with Acronis (that's what happens when you are too busy talking on the phone!), MBR and all, and now I am having the same issue with this drive! I reformatted it on my xbox but xport, nor xplorer detect it.
I tried editing the hex of the 60GB drive to the value you mentioned, but can't detect it in the 250GB, 120GB and standard(?) versions of Xplorer360
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I actually made a back up of the first 16 sectors of the 60GB HDD in Xport before I killed it. I open that up in HxD then copied all that data over to the HDD and now it works.
I will try the 100GB tomorrow in HxD. Will that drive not work either since it doesn't have the hddss.bin file flashed to it?