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cannot see anything in apps dir.

Discussion in 'Xbox - Backup discussion' started by ticar, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. ticar

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    I am modding an friends xbox 1.0. Xenium ice chip soderless, and a 200g hd. I have installed the bois and the dashboard for evo and it boots up fine, the only problem that I am having now is when I go to the app directory on the dash board it shows nothing? But when I connec to the xbox via ftp and goto f:\apps I have my dvd2xbox program there that I put via ftp? Any ideal on why the dash does not show anything in the apps dir. I have checked the evo.ini file and it shows f:\apps as the path? Thnks
     
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    Is the default.xbe in the folder? Make sure it's there. If it's not, evox won't show it.
     
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    Thanks I will check. Does the default.xbe need to be in f:\apps\dvd2xbox or f:\apps\default.xbe? Also is the default .xbe the same one in c: or is it specific to the file in apps?
     
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    A default.xbe is required for any application/game to run on the xbox. And no, it's not the same default.xbe on your C: Drive (there shouldn't be a default.xbe on your C: drive anyway, but that's another story). It needs to be in your DVD2XBOX folder.
     
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    Thanks for your help. I will check and let you know how it goes.
     

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