I seem to have a chicken-and-egg problem.
I have a 128M USB memory stick and an adapter to connect it to my Xbox controller.
It initially worked find in Windows ME. (Drive letter was assigned when I plugged it it.)
It works fine in my Xbox, after the initial message about needing to erase it. (Format it as FATX.)
When I connected the drive back to Windows ME, it didn't assign a drive letter. I figured out I had to set it to be a removable drive. After that, the drive shows up, but obviously can't be read, as it's FATX.
I tried to run ozxmemory. I only get an EAccessViolation error. Maybe it's not compatible with Windows 98/ME?
I ran ozxmemory on a Windows 2000 machine. Runs fine.
I plug the FATX formatted USB stick into W2K. Doesn't assign a drive letter. I can;t find anywhere to tell windows it is a removable drive! (Which worked on 98/ME.)
If I format the stick as FAT, then W2K recognizes it, but ozxmemory won't write an image to it unless it is formatted as FATX!
So, I need to either:
1. Figure out how to run ozxmemory on 98/ME
2. Figure out how to make Win2K assign a drive letter to the USB stick when it doesn't recognize the format.
Any ideas? (Yes, I tried google.)
Prob. W/usb Stick, Windows, Ozxmemory
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