Replacing the OG Xbox ide cable can be essential to upgrading an Xbox stock hard drive to something bigger and better. While not always mandatory, sometimes the stock IDE cable works flawlessly, upgrading still lets you access higher UDMA settings with a supported BIOS. In this video, I will show two methods for folding replacement cables to fit better and look nicer in your OG Xbox!

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Time Stamps:
0:00 – Purpose
0:11 – Intro
1:18 – Method 1
8:15 – Method 2
11:38 – Case Reassembly
12:10 – Outro/Support

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