Replace / Format Existing XBOX One Hard Drive using Windows – Fix Error E101, E102, E200, E203, E305


Replace / Format Existing XBOX One Hard Drive using Windows – Fix Error E101, E102, E200, E203, E305
This video explores how to format and/or replace your XBOX One Hard Disk Drive in the event you get persistent startup error codes like E101, E102, E200, E203, E305 etc.

This video shows you how to do this without needing access to any existing hard disk for the machine so if yours has completely died or is missing altogether then you’re in luck – watch and follow along to get your console up and running again.

A couple of things you’ll need for this:
1. XBOX One OSU1 Recovery Tool (Not to be confused with OSUDT1/2/3 – this is a new tool to superceed these):
http://www.xbox.com/xboxone/osu1

2. XBOX One Drive Replacement Preparation Script:
http://filetrip.net/dl?npmQwQbgnp
(Many thanks to tail976 @ teamx360.co.uk forums and xFix for this work).

3. Potentially a USB stick with at least 4GB of free space, formatted as NTFS. (Needed to force a recovery upgrade in the event your console doesn’t boot to dash / green screen on first boot).

4. Your new or existing XBOX One Hard Disk Drive (2.5″ SATA, between 500GB – 2TB in size – anything larger will result in E200 errors on console startup).

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AP.

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