Go to the Dashboards Section and select the MS Dash from there. It’s a good idea that you format C drive before installing the MS Dash; this ensures a clean install of it.
Just remember if you have a Softmod or Hacked Dash installed on C Drive that you MUST install it again before turning off your Xbox, since the Xbox’s C Drive has been formatted (VERY IMPORTANT FOR SOFTMOD USERS!!)
Installing a Hacked Dashboard
When installing your choice of dashboard you will notice there are a few options. Firstly you select which drive you want to install your dashboard to (along with if you want DHCP or not), then you select the dashboard you want. After this you are given these 3 options:
Basically the Retail HDD is the standard 8-10 GB drive that comes with your Xbox, the Large HDD is a replacement drive up to 120 GB, and the Larger HDD is over 120 GB.
When installing a dash on a Softmodded Xbox, make sure you use the dashboards in the Install Dashboard (Softmod) as they are set up to work with the Softmodded MS dash. If you use a dashboard configured for a Modchip, you will realize that you won’t be able to boot the MS Dash again.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are using the SID 5 system with the Virtual C + Eeprom, install a normal dashboard to E Drive, not a Softmod one. Due to the way SID 5 is set up it won’t work any other way.