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#1 superchicken

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 12:14 AM

Hello everybody, I would like to say that krayzie MA Ndure Installer work like a charm for me and I was able to upgrade my HDD on my XBOX. But I have a problem , i'm having trouble backing up audio cd's to the Xbox's MS Dashboard. the message :might not be enough space on the hard drive to copy cd to it. I know it is on the C drive and there is limited space there. I have plenty of space on my E drive and F drive. Is there any way around this. I know I can use XBMC but will that let me play music thru my games such as GTA or Madden NFL 06 .does the xbox media center rip the cd to the e folder so that the ms dashboard would read it.
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#2 misterhoangdai

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 12:19 AM

actually, the MSDash rips your music to the E drive as well. if i remember correctly its somewhere in the TDATA folder. do you have any games backed up to your E drive? maybe thats why you don't have enough room. you can also try using VXCR to FTP your mp3's on your computer to your xbox's MS soundtrack.

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#3 krayzie

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 06:05 AM

yes the music is stored on E. maybe it has to do with xboxhdm corruption problem. backup E then format it and then ftp back the backup and see if that helps. also delete the E:\cache folder.

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 07:23 PM

ok I will give that a try to see if that helps. I would hate to redo it all. Wow ..regarding the xboxhdm corruption problem, that explains why i had to redo the soft mod when I upgraded the harddrive on my xbox. If I was to just replace the TDATA folder from a good known backup do you think that will fix the problem? unsure.gif

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Posted 29 November 2005 - 08:00 PM

Possibly, but I'd try deleting E:\Cache\ and formatting X, Y, and Z first.

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Posted 30 November 2005 - 05:57 AM

I just want to say Thanks to everybody. I was able to fix the problem thanks to your awesome input. I ftp a know good back up of the TDATA and UDATA and that correct the problem. I am so Happy!!!!! I can backup my music again!!!! happy.gif laugh.gif




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