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#1 jscuzz6

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 05:19 AM

I havn't used my xbox in a long time and decided to try it again to use as a media center to stream movies to it.

I have my xbox modded with the xecuter2 chip and connected to a wireless router with a static IP and all of the other settings are correct. When I try to FTP to the xbox, all I see is the "C" drive and even that folder is empty. I have tried FlashFXP, SmartFTP, Filezilla, etc. None of them display anything. Here is what flashfxp shows:

WinSock 2.0 -- OpenSSL 0.9.8b 04 May 2006
[L] Connecting to 192.168.1.100 -> IP=192.168.1.100 PORT=21
[L] Connected to 192.168.1.100
[L] 220 Please enter your login name now.
[L] USER xbox
[L] 331 Password required for xbox.
[L] PASS (hidden)
[L] 230 User xbox logged in , proceed.
[L] SYST
[L] 215 UNIX Type: L8
[L] FEAT
[L] 502 feat is not implemented.
[L] REST 100
[L] 502 rest is not implemented.
[L] This site may not allow file resuming
[L] PWD
[L] 257 "/" is current directory
[L] TYPE A
[L] 200 Type set to ASCII.
[L] Listening on PORT: 1540, Waiting for connection.
[L] PORT 192,168,1,106,6,4
[L] 200 Port command ok.
[L] LIST
[L] 150 Opening ASCII data connection for ls /.
[L] 226 Transfer finished successfully. Data connection closed.
[L] List Complete: 0 bytes in 0.06 seconds (0.0 KB/s)

I use to be able to connect to the xbox. Any help would be appreciated. I've been all over the forums and the web for hours now...

#2 jscuzz6

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Posted 06 December 2007 - 03:35 AM

No one has had this problem? or heard of it? I can see all the files on my xbox through the xbox explorer...

#3 xman954

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Posted 06 December 2007 - 04:32 AM

try using a different dash or boot disk




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