AID Manual Chapter 12
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Chapter 12: The Advanced Options / Tools Section
Installing AID to HDD
This option gives you the chance to install the entire AID to your HDD in E:\Apps\AID4, F:\Apps\AID4, or G:\Apps\AID4.
Installing SID to HDD or Memory Card
This option can be used either to set up an Xbox HDD for an unmodded Xbox, or to install it directly to your memory card or USB device (such as a Mega X-Key).
The "BIOS Checker" tool can be used to check what BIOS is running from either your Modchip or TSOP. It can report back on the size of the chip, the bios, and what kind of chip it is (not the Modchip brand like Xecuter etc, the actual brand of the flashable chip).
This is an option which will boot to the EvoX system, in order for you to flash a TSOP or BIOS.
"Chimp" is a Linux tool that allows you to upgrade your Xbox HD in place by hotplug a second HD after you have booted Xbox. We have also added various tutorials to help you use chimp. All our "Chimp" tutorials can be found in the Xbox-HQ Tutorials Database here
The "Config Magic" tool is used to backup and restore your Xbox’s Eeprom, and can also be used to view information such as your Xbox Region, HDD Key / Brand, DVD Drive information etc. It’s mainly used for changing Eeproms if you've been banned from Xbox Live. It will pull your Eeprom from your Xbox, or another Xbox, so that you can transfer it to another Xbox.
Enigmah NTSC-PAL Video Switcher
The "Enigmah NTSC-PAL Video Switcher" program can be used to change the Video Setting on your Xbox to either PAL or NTSC. This does not damage your Eeprom or anything and is completely safe to use.
Phoenix BIOS Loader (PBL)
"Phoenix BIOS Loader" enables your xbox to boot a BIOS file from your Hard Drive, instead of completely using the BIOS on a Modchip. This is good if you have an outdated BIOS that doesn’t have the greatest support for IGR (In-Game Reset) like mine does.
The "Xbpartition" program can be used to repartition your Xbox. There is documentation included in the package on how to use it (you can find this in Docs\Applications), but honestly should only be used at a last resort I feel, as normal formatting and partitioning are fine for most users.
The "XSelect" program is great for people that would like to launch a particular application, emulator, dashboard etc. on startup of their Xbox. Even though "XSelect" does take a little bit of configuring before you have it set the way you want, it’s not too complicated and be done quite quickly.