QUOTE(soulwarrior @ Apr 25 2010, 09:26 PM)
That's exactly why nxe doesn't see it.So nevermind, you would need to use a quickboot container to launch it (you would need to extract the live container that way you can launch the default.xex and/or you can use the kiosk 2.1 disk and then you can launch it from a usb without extracting it).
Thnx for the help mate. Tried extracting with wxpirs but they ended up being in demo mode most of the time. Copied from usb hdd to ms hdd and then they showed up in nxe and booted just fine. Thnx again!
There are no chance to rename the game title and change the image that are shown in NXE with this application? For example, I have Lips, Lips: Number One Hits, Lips: Party Classics and so on. But they all show up as "Lips" with the same icon in NXE. Kind of annyoing that you donīt know which game you start.
Also Final Fantasy XIII is named "Final Fantasy Xiii". Nascar 09 is named "Nascar09 [tm]" or similar. No biggie but it would be cool to change the name like you could on the old Xbox with the evox.ini file.
Edited by dacore84, 25 April 2010 - 10:44 PM.