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Help Recognizing Sata Card In Cmd Prompt

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#1 asubaseball727


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Posted 11 February 2007 - 08:22 PM

I've run the xtreme bootmaker and made my flash drive what it needs to be. So I boot into the cmd prompt and it reads : C:// and then I power the xbox on, type the cmd to read and backup the orig.bin, but when i hit enter it only lists:


and it doesn't pick up my sata card. I can see it under cmd: msinfo32, components, storage scsi and the status is OK, so I assume its correctly working. Also, Xtreme bootmaker gets the id and stuff without a problem. I've tried unplugging the other IDE cards, which I think I'm doing right: (They're just the cables that connect my dvd drive and Hard drives to the mobo, right? ) So then someone recommended just leaving the dvd drive in. So i've set that as master and get the same options as above. I've also tried adding the /sata into the command prompt and STILL no dice on recognizing it. . Do you know where my problem is?

Thanks so much for any help!

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