A List of Original XBOX service errors

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A List of Original XBOX service errors

Postby MattMan » Wed Jun 24, 2009 4:03 pm

Xbox Service Errors

Service Error 00
Info: This can be any error, this shouldn’t occur though.
Solution: None

Service Error 01
Info: Motherboard error.
Solution: None

Service Error 02
Info: EEPROM check failed.
Solution: None

Service Error 03
Info: Unknown (or not used).
Solution: None

Service Error 04
Info: RAM check failed.
Solution: None

Service Error 05
Info: Harddisk is not locked. A retail BIOS needs a locked Harddisk.
Solution: Make sure which XBox version you own, and then use "ConfigMagic" to lock/unlock the Harddisk ("ConfigMagic" can be found on the "Slayer's EvoX Installer" ISO). Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 05" , "XBox: Service Error 05 (Softmod)"

Service Error 06
Info: Cannot unlock Harddisk. This means that the key you put in (when you locked it) was invalid.
Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply. Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 06"

Service Error 07
Info: Harddisk timeout.
Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply. Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 07" , "XBox: Did I fry my HDD? (SE07)"

Service Error 08
Info: No Harddisk found.
Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply. Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 08"

Service Error 09
Info: Harddisk parameters (PIO/DMA/or size). Certain minimum size is required for a debug BIOS.
Solution: Unknown (to me, that is)... Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 09"

Service Error 10
Info: DVD Drive timeout.
Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply.

Service Error 11
Info: No DVD Drive found.
Solution: Check the IDE Connection/Cable and check the Power Supply.

Service Error 12
Info: DVD parameters (PIO/DMA)
Solution: Unknown (to me, that is)... Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 12"

Service Error 13
Info: Dashboard launch failed (due to missing/bad key, or anything else that would prevent it from running) and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed.
Solution: Lock the Harddisk if not done so or try one of the 4 different Microsoft Dashboard versions. Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 13" , "XBox: Service Error 13 / Removing EvoX" , "XBox: Service Error 13 and 14"

Service Error 14
Info: Error loading dashboard (dashboard generic error).
Solution: Replace the current dashboard with a new dashboard because the old one is probably dead. Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 14" , "XBox: Service Error 13 and 14"

Service Error 15
Info: Unknown (or not used).
Solution: None

Service Error 16
Info: Other files related with the dashboard or dashboard settings (specific dashboard error).
Solution: Renew your dashboard (the dashboard it wanted to start). Related topic(s) on X111.com: "XBox: Service Error 16"

Service Error 17
Info: Unknown (or not used).
Solution: None

Service Error 18
Info: Unknown (or not used).
Solution: None

Service Error 19
Info: Unknown (or not used).
Solution: None

Service Error 20
Info: The dashboard was attempted to load and failed; It was a cold boot, and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed, but it (for some reason) needed to be noted that the dvd passed the challenge/response authentication.
Solution: None

Service Error 21
Info: This error says that the machine was booted to display a error, basically someone told the machine to reboot (or launch a xbe) with this flag, and the error code just means its been rebooted by the flag. This error seems to show up more often when hacking/patching/customizing the original dashboard.
Solution: As for now, there are 4 original XBox Dashboard versions. Try one of them (which you didn't use allready).

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Service Error 21
Info: Typically means you're missing .xip files on your c: drive, or you have .xip's from a different (wrong) dashboard version. To fix simply restore a complete backup of the c: drive.
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