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xbox won't start evox

Discussion in 'Xbox - General discussion' started by Romio, Aug 8, 2003.

  1. Romio

    Romio Member

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    I'm the proud owner of a xecuter2 pro 2.2 chip with a pogopin. and for a will it worked great untill a moved my xbox. Now I'm getting error 16.
    I flashed my xecuter2 pro 2.2 again with evox blue, red and Xecuter2.Build.4977. All went good. When i check with my flash program I can see what bios is on my chip. but I'm still can't get my xbox to work. When i try the slayer evox installer and another evox bootdisk but it won't boot correctly I can hear the cdrw spin in the drive but error 16 again. I tried the same cd-rw on another xbox and there it boots as it should do.
    My question is: What should i do. Do I need to put in a new harddrive or is their something else wrong with my xbox. And if I need to put in a new harddrive, do I need a brandnew one or can i use a old one from my computer?
    Hope you'll understand my problem (English isn't my strongest subject)
     
  2. Zero-X

    Zero-X Guest

    Hmmm did you try install Evox? You must off deleted something u shouldn't have. Error 16 means some thing wrong with your ms dash(your OS)
    Service Error 00
    Info: This can be any error, this shouldn’t occur though.
    Solution: None


    Service Error 01
    Info: Motherboard error.
    Solution: None


    Service Error 02
    Info: EEPROM check failed.
    Solution: None


    Service Error 03
    Info: Unknown (or not used).
    Solution: None


    Service Error 04
    Info: RAM check failed.
    Solution: None


    Service Error 05
    Info: Harddisk is not locked. A retail BIOS needs a locked Harddisk.
    Solution: Make sure which XBox version you own, and then use "ConfigMagic" to lock/unlock the Harddisk ("ConfigMagic" can be found on the "Slayer's EvoX Installer" ISO).


    Service Error 06
    Info: Cannot unlock Harddisk. This means that the key you put in (when you locked it) was invalid.
    Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply.


    Service Error 07
    Info: Harddisk timeout.
    Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply.
    Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 07" , "XBox: Did I fry my HDD? (SE07)"


    Service Error 08
    Info: No Harddisk found.
    Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply.


    Service Error 09
    Info: Harddisk parameters (PIO/DMA/or size). Certain minimum size is required for a debug BIOS.
    Solution: Unknown (to me, that is)...
    Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 09"


    Service Error 10
    Info: DVD Drive timeout.
    Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply.


    Service Error 11
    Info: No DVD Drive found.
    Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply.


    Service Error 12
    Info: DVD parameters (PIO/DMA)
    Solution: Unknown (to me, that is)...


    Service Error 13
    Info: Dashboard launch failed (due to missing/bad key, or anything else that would prevent it from running) and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed.
    Solution: Lock the Harddisk if not done so or try one of the 4 different Microsoft Dashboard versions.
    Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 13 / Removing EvoX"


    Service Error 14
    Info: Error loading dashboard (dashboard generic error).
    Solution: Replace the current dashboard with a new dashboard because the old one is probably dead.
    Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 14"


    Service Error 15
    Info: Unknown (or not used).
    Solution: None


    Service Error 16
    Info: Other files related with the dashboard or dashboard settings (specific dashboard error).
    Solution: Renew your dashboard (the dashboard it wanted to start).
    Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 16"


    Service Error 17
    Info: Unknown (or not used).
    Solution: None


    Service Error 18
    Info: Unknown (or not used).
    Solution: None


    Service Error 19
    Info: Unknown (or not used).
    Solution: None


    Service Error 20
    Info: The dashboard was attempted to load and failed; It was a cold boot, and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed, but it (for some reason) needed to be noted that the dvd passed the challenge/response authentication.
    Solution: None


    Service Error 21
    Info: This error says that the machine was booted to display a error, basically someone told the machine to reboot (or launch a xbe) with this flag, and the error code just means its been rebooted by the flag
    Solution: As for now, there are 4 original XBox Dashboard versions. Try one of them (which you didn't use allready).

    I got this info from
    http://www.x111.com/bored/viewtopic.php?t=1283
    I hope that helps.

     
  3. Romio

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    I tried installing evox again but it won't boot from my cd. I tested the cd on another xbox and their it worked fine.
     
  4. Romio

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    Please can someone help me.
    I also flashed my chip with the cromwell bios but still error 16.
     
  5. Tiesto

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    Did you ever install Evox on your hard drive when it was working?

    I am just wondering if you have installed Evox on the hard drive and renamed/deleted some of the original dashboard files. When you moved the XBOX you misalligned the chip and so the XBOX is booting up unchipped and it can't find the original files it needs?

    Just an idea.
     
  6. Romio

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    Yes a had evox installed before. Didn't delete anything or moved anything. I re-alined my chip again, but no go. still error 16. xb manager is telling my that flashing went good. And reading the bios is also going good.
     
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    That happeneded with a box i modded for a friend.. make sure you are running the newest evox or you can't run the 4977 bios or the D.6 properly.. i kept getting that error when i flashed the chip before i updated the evox.. that fixed mine anyways
     
  8. Romio

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    thnx, gonna try your suggestion in the morning.
     
  9. Kramit

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    I have a problem with my xbox. The service error code is 12. Can anyone help me please!!!
     
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  10. Zero-X

    Zero-X Guest

    Well i don't know alot on error 12 but on the list i gave u it says dvd soemthing. So i'm guessing it's your dvd drive. Only way to really find out if you got a freind with a xbox ask him to barrow it. Swap the dvd drives. SO put his in your and boot. Thats how you'll see if it's your dvd drive.
     
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    It doesn't really matter anymore i guess, cause I am just going to throw out my broken xbox. It's not worth fixing...I could of have got an extended warranty but I trusted Microsoft. Guess not.
     
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