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Discussion in 'Xbox - Hardware boot discussion' started by duboy1, Jan 5, 2005.

  1. duboy1

    duboy1 Regular member

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    I read around a little and i have like 20 or so gigs left on my g: drive and i can't install any games nor programs on it. Is there an easy way to allow me to get my G: drive to show without deleting any games or progs? thanks!
     
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    apps like px HDDloader and DVD2XBOX let you choose whicj deive to install to. What app are you usinf for HDD backup?

     
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    i mean like when i got it modded.. it didnt partition the drive for me to be able to use it. and i heard like some sort of patch for it so i could use it and i didnt know whether or not i could fix it still so i could have the extra 20 gigs without anything being deleted.
     
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    What size is is your drive. Slayers installer disk has a function to format the G:
     
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    my full drive is suppose to be 160 .. but only like 120 - 130 is available for me. On the g: drive when i looked at the evox settings .. it showed 22gb left
     
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    how do you back up games to your hdd?
     
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    First,make sure that your G drive is formated. You can do this with most autoloaders. Next,make sure that your dashboards/mediaplayers/apps recognize the G drive....you can check this in the xml/ini files for each program. Last,make sure that your bios supports a G drive.

    If you goto your dashboard and it reads that there is space in your G drive....then chances are that your G drive is formated. Then you would go into your ini/xml files and check to see if the app is set to look in the G dive. Most dashes have it in the settings,evox you will have to go into the ini file and set it to look for games on the G drive. You can enable it through the settings,but you will have to change a line in the ini for it to look there.
     
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    since i have evox, should i just enter a new line the the evox.ini file through ftp'ing it to my comp?.. just what should the line say? and in what section should it be in? thanks!
     
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    i have a problem with my xbox its the tray that comes out that you put the game in that doesnt come out right away i have to press the sob until it comes out then when i turn it off it wont come right back on i have to wait a damn hour then try it again can some one tell me what the problem is with it i thought i was just dirty at first but its not that.
     

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