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Old Oct 06, 2003, 12:57 AM
riotsone riotsone is offline
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I backed the XB hdd drive up. Could I open that .bin file with another program because I tried with ISO buster I can see nothing. Because what I was gonna do was copy that file (.bin) and edit that and put the bert and ernie fonts and copy the evox in and click restore drive and select the new created .bin and boot to evox
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Old Oct 06, 2003, 06:25 PM
Slomar Slomar is offline
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which .bin file are you refering to? Give us the name of the file please.

There's no need to recreate anything you're trying to do. Use Phoenix bios loader from Xbins and they're latest release of Big Fonts. That should take care of everything.

The only thing I could think of that you might want to change is the bios to enable a bigger hard drive. If that's the case, please see my lba48 tutorial link on this board.
 

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