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X: drive?

Discussion in 'Xbox - General discussion' started by m.a.r.v., Apr 21, 2005.

  1. m.a.r.v.

    m.a.r.v. Member

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    Whats up fellas. A noob here. I was going through Avalunch's file manager and noticed my X: drive is being used by one or more of my games (no problems there). I deleted one of the games off of my hardrive and some of the files are from (im assuming) that game. For example, I backed up "Links" ( a golf game) on the Xbox but then deleted it after I was finished with it. But, on the X: drive I can see that there are folders for "courses", "grasses", etc. Can I delete these files? And if I accidentally delete a file that is being used by another game will that prevent me from playing the other game correctly? Im sorry if this is confusing but hopefully you guys get it :). Anyway, thanks for the help....
     
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    That drive is used for cache files. It's safe to get rid of them.
     
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    Excuse my ignorance but what are the cache files used for? And what if I get rid of cache files that are currently beinng used by another game? Will i lose saved data or something?
     
  4. Achilles3

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    No the cache data is used to load the games faster, nothing else. Your saved games are in the E:\TDATA or E:\UDATA.
     

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