跳转到主内容

修复你的物品

维修的权力

配件 & 工具

简介

Use this guide to replace the disk drive in a Microsoft Xbox.

  1. Make sure your Xbox is safely unplugged and is laying on a flat, stable surface.
    • Make sure your Xbox is safely unplugged and is laying on a flat, stable surface.

  2. Turn the Xbox over to reveal the four rubber feet.
    • Turn the Xbox over to reveal the four rubber feet.

    • Use a metal spudger to pry off the four rubber feet.

    The screw is in the outside corner. If you pry up only the half of the foot on that side, you can easily remove the (very long) screw, and the foot will stay attached.

    Ian Butler - 回复

  3. There are 2 more screws hidden under the two labels on the bottom of the case. You can either remove the labels or simply feel for the screw holes through the labels and then cut or punch a hole through them.
    • There are 2 more screws hidden under the two labels on the bottom of the case.

    • You can either remove the labels or simply feel for the screw holes through the labels and then cut or punch a hole through them.

    It is also easy to feel for the screw hole with your finger and then cut a hole, or punch it out with the tip of the Torx driver to reveal the screw.

    Ian Butler - 回复

  4. Remove the six T20 Torx screws securing the top cover to the bottom cover.
    • Remove the six T20 Torx screws securing the top cover to the bottom cover.

  5. 任天堂 Switch 套装

    A quick fix to get back in the game

    Shop Switch Kits

    任天堂 Switch 套装

    A quick fix to get back in the game

    Shop Switch Kits
  6. Once the bottom and top shells are no longer attached, carefully turn the Xbox right-side-up, lift and remove the top cover. Once the bottom and top shells are no longer attached, carefully turn the Xbox right-side-up, lift and remove the top cover.
    • Once the bottom and top shells are no longer attached, carefully turn the Xbox right-side-up, lift and remove the top cover.

  7. Remove the three 3 mm T10 screws securing the hard drive to the Xbox. There is one screw on the rear left side of the hard drive that is only visible when the IDE ribbon cable is lifted up.  The other two are at the front right and left sides of the hard drive.
    • Remove the three 3 mm T10 screws securing the hard drive to the Xbox.

    • There is one screw on the rear left side of the hard drive that is only visible when the IDE ribbon cable is lifted up. The other two are at the front right and left sides of the hard drive.

    • The screw on the lower left corner of the disk drive is not in the hole that it appears to be in, but rather just closer to the corner.

  8. Free the hard drive power cable from the carrier for sufficient slack to lift the hard drive out. Lift the plastic hard drive carrier out of the Xbox case.
    • Free the hard drive power cable from the carrier for sufficient slack to lift the hard drive out.

    • Lift the plastic hard drive carrier out of the Xbox case.

  9. Remove the four 3.4 mm T15 Torx screws from the plastic hard drive carrier (two screws per side). Carefully remove the hard drive from the plastic carrier.  Gentle rocking will see the hard drive come out quite easily. Carefully remove the hard drive from the plastic carrier.  Gentle rocking will see the hard drive come out quite easily.
    • Remove the four 3.4 mm T15 Torx screws from the plastic hard drive carrier (two screws per side).

    • Carefully remove the hard drive from the plastic carrier. Gentle rocking will see the hard drive come out quite easily.

  10. Pull both the hard drive data  ribbon cable and the power cable straight up from the hard drive. They may be firmly seated, so be careful trying to remove them.  DO NOT pull the wires as you may damage the cable assembly.
    • Pull both the hard drive data ribbon cable and the power cable straight up from the hard drive.

    • They may be firmly seated, so be careful trying to remove them. DO NOT pull the wires as you may damage the cable assembly.

    Remember that the new drive will only work if it has been properly prepared, and the Xbox has been modified.

    Ian Butler - 回复

    there is NO way to legally replace the xbox hard drive. it is LOCKED to the motherboard and the xbox will not boot to the OS or make it past the BIOS if the HDD is not the one that came with it from the factory. you MUST use a mod chip and “home brew” to do a HDD swap and expect it to work

    James Vawter - 回复

  11. Remove the disk drive. It should come right out. Unplug the ribbon cable and yellow cables from back of disk drive. Unplug the ribbon cable and yellow cables from back of disk drive.
    • Remove the disk drive. It should come right out.

    • Unplug the ribbon cable and yellow cables from back of disk drive.

    I dont got the tools and i dont know how to do ut

    jacob lowery - 回复

  12. Pry back the black plastic tabs around the disk drive in order to remove it from its housing. Once removed, set the drive aside.
    • Pry back the black plastic tabs around the disk drive in order to remove it from its housing. Once removed, set the drive aside.

    • ONLY REMOVE IF DEAD!

    It is ok to remove the drive if it isn't dead. If repairs are required to the drive it needs to be removed from the drive's housing.

    Navy Vet 2015 - 回复

结论

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

47等其他人完成本指南。

rmarstel

于2009年10月29日注册

4,150 信誉积分

创作了5篇指南

团队

Cal Poly, Team 18-2, Maness Fall 2009 Cal Poly, Team 18-2, Maness Fall 2009 的会员

CPSU-MANESS-F09S18G2

3 名成员

创作了14篇指南

http://www.ebay.com/gds/How-To-Determine...

Utilize the information on this website to determine what Xbox version you have so you know what replacement parts to look for.

Navy Vet 2015 - 回复

The final comment mentions “only remove if dead.”   What about a disc drive that closes and opens immediately….in other words, won’t stay closed.  Is this a sign of a defective disc drive too?

Miguel - 回复

添加评论

浏览统计数据:

过去的24小时: 43

过去的7天: 66

过去的30天: 260

总计 47,347