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#1 coreyinoz

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Posted 12 February 2011 - 06:30 AM

Hi,

I can't figure out what I'm missing, but I can't get Freestyle Dash to find my games. I'm hoping somebody could give me a pointer on something obvious I'm missing.

No matter how many times I try a manual scan or reboot, there are 0 games in my games folder.

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Freestyle Dash 2.0 RC1.7
Dashlaunch 2.08 (which launches directly into Freestyle just fine)
All games are in internal HD at content/00000 inside folders created by ISO2GOD - NXE Dash sees them and launches them all fine
When adding source in FSD I set it to HD/0000 at scan depth 2, auto/auto

I understand that FSD should be able to find GOD containers created with ISO2GOD. Is there something else I should be doing?

Thanks.

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Posted 12 February 2011 - 09:11 PM

I don't use GoD containers, so I dunno how much help I can be there, but in the past I've seen some issues with FSD's config.xml.

Care to paste it as code here?

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Posted 13 February 2011 - 12:32 AM

Hey Ketchup_Bomb - thanks for the offer.

Here's the .xml. I've tried resetting settings via the OSD in FSD. Also tried deleting everything via XEXMenu, and starting with a completely fresh folder.

If I do a really wide scan at hdd1: root, scan depth 10, it will pick up the homebrew I have like MAME360, and XEXMenu, but just won't pick up any GOD containers...

Anyway - call me simple, but I don't see config.xml in any of the FSD folders?



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Posted 14 February 2011 - 12:18 AM

My bad, I somewhat ignored you mentioning you're on FSD2.0. I believe they use a form of a SQL database to manage games, paths, and configurations.
So a config.xml wouldn't help much.

I don't want to suggest something way off since I don't use GoD containers, but if you're scanning pretty much the entire HDD and it's not picking it up, could it be an issue with the GoD containers themselves?
Does NXE/Kinect dashboard pick them up?




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