Posted 19 November 2003 - 04:08 AM
when i use qwix with avalaunch i seem to have a problem. as soon as i go to send and iso to my xbox my compute restarts. the iso transfer box comes up for a second and then the computer does a hard restart. not good. qwix works fine when ftping to evox. also. i enabled the advanced avalaunch feature. i was just wondering if anyone else was experiencing this problem.
i should note i have qwix 1.0 and the newest version of avalaunch (i checked for an update with the update option in the menu and it didn't find any updates.
i may be missing something obvious here (i tend to do that every once in awhile). if anyone can help me out, its appriciated
Posted 19 November 2003 - 05:27 AM
This is not a normal thing on a machine, and is nearly impossible for a program to actually cause. It's usually a driver or hardware failure, or even bad memory that doesn't rear its ugly head often.
Posted 22 November 2003 - 11:48 PM
sorry about the delay, ive been very busy. I tried the tweak, and it didn't make a difference at all. Like I said, it only reboots the system when i try to upload an ISO to avalaunch with qwix. the xbox screen changes to black with BOOST MODE ENABLED. it begins to look like its going to upload, after 5 seconds the screen and mouse freeze, and at about 10 seconds the computer just simply reboots. I can report that i have been able to create an iso from an xbox folder fine, so it seems only to be affecting the upload.
amd athlon XP 2100+ (1,800)
60 gig hd
2 network cards, one for the internet, one connected to the xbox via crossover cable.
if you want anymore info just let me know.
oh, i can say that i have experienced a similar problem to this with one other xbox program... i believe it was xbconnect. it would hard reboot on me right as it tried to connect to the xbox, but i realized that was because i told it to use the wrong network card, but i don't see any options like that with qwix so i don't know if that really relates.
Posted 23 November 2003 - 03:28 AM
What kind of motherboard is it? If I put more than 512MB in mine I run into problems. Memory modules without parity can cause machines to behave very badly with no clue as to why.
Posted 23 November 2003 - 03:52 AM
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