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#1 jorwex

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Posted 16 October 2008 - 10:20 AM

Hey all,

I have a 1GB old Lexar Jump Drive Sport that I used to use with a usb-->xbox adapter that I made. I've used other flash drives on there with the same cable since then, but the Lexar one just doesn't work. I can't figure it out---I've formatted it in Linux & in Windows in Fat16, VFAT (same as fat16?), and FAT32.

They all show the contents as a bunch of one or two character-named folders and they don't seem to correspond to anything that's actually on the drive. It does say that it's been mounted properly and it will normally tell me if i've inserted a USB flash drive that isn't compatible. I use this flash drive all the time for other purposes, but it just doesn't seem to like the xbox anymore (or vice versa).

Anywho, I'd love for someone to shed some light on this one for me. It's been bugging me for a year or so. I've relied soley on the network for transerring files, but I'd love to have USB support again. Thanks!




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