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Very simple fix to the E-200.
 
Try plugging the Drive into a Windows 8.1 PC through USB.
 
You'll need a USB to SATA connector from an external HDD Kit available everywhere.
 
A message will show up saying the drive has errors on it.
 
Wait a moment then go to File Explorer. It will show up as 5 different drives.
 
Mouse over each of the 5 partitions, right click and click repair on all 5 partitions.
 
ItWindows should repair them.
ItWindows should repair them.
 
This has worked on all drives I have worked on with the E-200.
 
Plug it back in to the Xbox and you're done.
 
Hope this helps, it's worked 100% of the time for us.
 
Kevin @ kcxboxrepair.com

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編集者: KcXbox Repair ,

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Very simple fix to the E-200.
 
Try plugging the Drive into a Windows 8.1 PC through USB.
 
You'll need a USB to SATA connector from an external HDD Kit available everywhere.
 
A message will show up saying the drive has errors on it.
 
Wait a moment then go to the drive itselfFile Explorer. It will show up as 5 different drives.
Wait a moment then go to the drive itselfFile Explorer. It will show up as 5 different drives.
 
There areMouse over each of the 5 partitions, right click and click repair on all 5 partitions.
There areMouse over each of the 5 partitions, right click and click repair on all 5 partitions.
 
It should repair them.
 
This has worked on all drives I have worked on with the E-200.
 
Plug it back in to the Xbox and you're done.
 
Hope this helps, it's worked 100% of the time for us.
 
Kevin @ kcxboxrepair.com

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オリジナル投稿者: KcXbox Repair ,

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Very simple fix to the E-200.

Try plugging the Drive into a Windows 8.1 PC through USB.

You'll need a USB to SATA connector from an external HDD Kit available everywhere.

A message will show up saying the drive has errors on it.

Wait a moment then go to the drive itself.

There are 5 partitions, right click and click repair on all 5 partitions.

It should repair them.

This has worked on all drives I have worked on with the E-200.

Plug it back in to the Xbox and you're done.

Hope this helps, it's worked 100% of the time for us.

Kevin @  kcxboxrepair.com

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