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Help w/Managing Games on HD

Discussion in 'Xbox - General discussion' started by kidjedi, Apr 25, 2003.

  1. kidjedi

    kidjedi Member

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    Ok, so I've got a bunch of games that I FTP'ed to "F:\Games" and a few games that I copied using the HDD-Loader application. I'd like to find a way to have all these games appear under one list instead having to switch b/w Evox menu and the HDD app. Something tells me it should be a simple one-line addition to my evox.ini file, but nothing I've tried works so far. Does anyone know how I can get this done?
     
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    Section "Games"
    {
    SortStart
    AutoAddItem "f:\games\"
    SortEnd
    }

    for evox to list the games in the directory
    so, you select the item Games, and it will display the games you have in that fodler
     
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    Thanks ridah....that works fine for any game that I've FTPed directly to my F:\Games from my PC. The problem is with the PX-HDD Loader. First, I have no idea where it actually puts the games I've copied using it, second, I always end up having to switch between Games in my EvoX menu and the HDD Loader app in order to play retail games I've copied. A perfect setup for me would be to have all the games appear in one menu listing...if this is even possible.
     
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    another plug for slayers auto-installer.. once you get to the evox dashboard you select play game from HD and it has a list in alphabetical order u just select it and it runs. doesn't matter if you FTP it or copy straight from original to HD
     
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    what you can also do is use boxplorer, surf thru the contents of hard-drive and find out where the games are and then move it to the drive/directory you want it in.
     

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