kaos_engr is wrong. You CAN run Linux on a modded Xbox. Although since you also asked about REPLACING the hard drive: I don’t know whether you have to use the original hard drive or can use any IDE hard drive. But Linux is apparently possible on a modded Xbox. See here, and there are more resources on the web too, just search the web for “original Xbox linux”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xbox_Linux
As for Windows on an original Xbox. I’m sure I read once that proper drivers wouldn’t exist. Because nobody would have written them. Certainly Microsoft didn’t want you putting Windows on your Xbox. However I just came across this video of someone allegedly running Windows 98 on an Xbox. I’m not sure if they’re somehow virtualising Windows using Linux or something. Maybe have a look and figure out what’s going on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erk_XE-D...
But Linux on an Xbox does look possible, IF you have a modded Xbox.
I’ve read that “battery calibration” isn’t necessary on modern lithium polymer batteries, and in fact can be damaging to them? Since discharges all the way to 0% are apparently bad for the battery. Apparently it was more of a requirement of old nickel-based batteries (according to this page).
Although actually I’ve just found this article which seems enlightening:
“[More and more batteries have a digital calibration tool built into them. These “smart batteries” supposedly reduce the need to calibrate, though it’s still recommended… [i]f you see the battery percentage on your phone jump around a lot… You don’t want to do this too often though. It’s actually bad for lithium-ion batteries to be regularly drained all the way to 0%.”
So perhaps the best advice is that your phone’s battery readings might sometimes benefit from a calibration, but try and do it as infrequently as possible since it takes a toll on the battery?
Sobald er das hat, wird er in der Lage sein, eine Grafik zu seiner im Laufe der Zeit erlangten Reputation zu sehen.
Hier ist eine Vorschau, wie die Grafik aussehen wird:
Noch keine Reputation erlangt.