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Putting files on Xbox Hardrive (via CD)

Discussion in 'Xbox - General discussion' started by spanksh, Feb 11, 2005.

  1. spanksh

    spanksh Member

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    Okay, so I've made bin and cue files of my PSX game and put them on a standard CDR. When I try to use dvd2xbox to copy the contents over to the harddrive, it says Data Disk down the bottom (which means it can read it) but when I actually press the copy button, it doesn't copy the files and always says Files Missed: 2 (which are the bin and cue files). Does anyone know what's wrong?
     
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    if you have evox use xbox media center then go to dvdrom drive and copy that way. works for me
     
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    Thanks, but I don't have media center. I have Xbox Media Player (if that's what you mean) but I can only view the bin file through My Videos and I can't find any options to copy. Any other ideas?
     
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    Um, maybe a little drastic but get evox for xbox and install that it has xbmc and xbmp (media center & player) that should let you copy all the files from cd's um.. is there a way to run psxemu on the cd w/ the game?
     
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    Yeah, I don't think I would go through all that. I got my Xbox modded by someone else so I don't have FTP or any program files. Also, I don't know about the running off the CD...
     

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