QUOTE(TheProffessor @ Apr 10 2005, 02:56 PM)
You don't have a stock drive do you? if you do, you of course could not have an F or G drive...
if you have a larger HD, did this just start happening? are there any things you did before this happened?
QUOTE(Quicksilver3007 @ Apr 10 2005, 03:54 PM)
Yes, this is my friends box and it is a stock HD. My fault on the partition lingo thinking of another box I've worked on.
The Proffessor answered your question... The Xbox stock 8gig drive doesn't have a F or G partition.
Thats why its reporting it as 0 space.