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D: doesn't show up while trying to FTP

Discussion in 'Xbox - Backup discussion' started by fedaykin, Nov 4, 2004.

  1. fedaykin

    fedaykin Regular member

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    Hello all. I have read the posts and successfully FTPed into the Xbox. Problem is, that all the drives are showing EXCEPT the all important D: drive. Is there anyone that has ideas on what I may be doing wrong or how I can fix this problem? Thanks!
     
  2. Degallle

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    How are you getting into the xbox? through just a exploit (such ass 007)? Or did you do a software mod and can get in through there? Plus what ftp program are you using? Give us some more info and we might be able to help.

    Degalle
     
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    I am using FXP to access the xbox. I have a Xenium Ice mod chip installed(which has a built in ftp server) Should I try a dashboard ftp server? Anyone ?
     
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    cant yuo see the D:\ partion or cant you see anything IN the D: partion??
     
  5. fedaykin

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    When I connect through FTP, every drive will show up on the xbox side but the D:\. A friend suggested I unlock the HDD. I don't know what to do.
    I'm trying to back up games.
     
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    try putting a dvd (game) into the Xbox, and then FTP, just dont lauch/start the game/DVD, other wise you wont be able to FTP to ur xbox.
     
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    Well I have tried putting a xbox game into the drive before connecting via FXP. Should the C:\ show up the files when I click on it on the xbox side of the screen? No files show. I have FTPed through FXP before, to put on a bios. I know the connection is there, but the D:\ refuses to show. Could it be my Xenium server?
     
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    It might be, if might have been a defect or something. You can try to access the drives through a dash but I'm not to sure, it just sounds like it would be. Try it and see what happens.

    Degalle
     
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    I am having the same probelm, I also have the Xenium 2.0. Every drive shows up but the D. I also have successfully transfered items to the other drives on the xbox. Why son't D show up????????
     
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    jiggler69,
    You need to ftp using a different dashboard. Just connect with the ftp in evox or avalaunch and your D drive will show up.
     
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    I have been using evox release 3935, and still this is happening, I also tried avalaunch and same problem. I am running out of ideas???
     
  12. fedaykin

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    i am using 4983.
     

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