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#1 Stealthz

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Posted 22 August 2003 - 07:05 PM

So, I was playing around with my mxm.xml file a bit yesterday... I improved a few things that weren't working quite right, but I also managed to screw something.

Before, when I put a DVD in the drive MXM would read the disk and load a new menu to launch whatever game I just inserted. Now, it doesn't do that at all. Is there a specific line that I need to include in the mxm.xml file or something?

Currently, I'm just launching evox and running the game from there, so at least I can still run them.

#2 BenJeremy

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Posted 22 August 2003 - 07:19 PM

QUOTE (Stealthz @ Aug 22 2003, 04:05 PM)
So, I was playing around with my mxm.xml file a bit yesterday... I improved a few things that weren't working quite right, but I also managed to screw something.

Before, when I put a DVD in the drive MXM would read the disk and load a new menu to launch whatever game I just inserted. Now, it doesn't do that at all. Is there a specific line that I need to include in the mxm.xml file or something?

Currently, I'm just launching evox and running the game from there, so at least I can still run them.

The options are set in the system's setup menu: "Y" on the gamepad.

#3 botek13

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Posted 23 August 2003 - 03:25 AM

what is the name of the option that should be selected?

#4 koldfuzion

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Posted 23 August 2003 - 03:30 AM

The self help manual says "Hit Y and browse through the system options to educate yourself."

But the lazy answer is:

-Y
---Config
-----DVD Drive





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