|Ugh.... I don't like this one.... it causes problems for us "dashboard" authors - the LBA48 table created for the X2 BIOSes locks up an Xbox solid if defined for "Big F:" and the app (such as MXM) attempts to access G:'s partition. This has to be a bug int he way the table is generated - it doesn't happen in the Evo-X BIOSes.|
What I know about the LBA48 code is infinitesimal, but that sounds like an X2 bug since it works with Evox, unless maybe it has something to do with the wat the code is hooked in.
|Perhaps the bug could be fixed, NghtShd? What is the difference in the way the two tables are generated? Could Partition7 ALWAYS be created, even if it's 0 length, if that's what's happening in Evo-X BIOSes?|
I'm sure it could be fixed. What I've really been wanting lately is a serial port so I can get DbgPrint output. That would help with a lot of things.
I know Paul has been really busy lately, but maybe he could look into the issue if he gets some free time.
Does anyone know why Evox (the dashboard app) doesn't appear to have this problem (or does it)?