Wrong. If you launch the M$dash from your other dash, you will use the files on your shadowc.
If you launch the M$dash with a dual or triple boot, you will need the files on the real C partition.
Ah ok well my bad, I did see that blank audio track actually. So that doesn't affect the dual boot, well the option has still never worked for me.
On the black screen the eject button is green, no error screen ect its like either something is stopping the boot up(was guessing at incorrect region, or video settings but Ive changed my mind now that doesnt sound likely) or it doesnt know what to load.
I did try and load Slayers but it wont stop hanging on the black screen.
I will try a game disk but I dont think that will help.
I thought Ndure 3.1 disables the clock check by default? How can I correct this if its the problem?
Are you sure you selected the right kernel version for the softmod? Did all files transfer correctly to the xbox C partition? The ndure softmod likes to fill up the C partition completely so that an attempt to update the dashboard fails. (In case you boot with a game disk in the drive so that the shadowc is not active.)
Yes its deffinately the right kernal, Im pretty sure all the files transfered properly via ftp and in the right order for the 2 files that I mentioned. I replaced them instead of deleting then transferring... would you have recommended delete and transfer instead of replace?
At the moment I have unlocked the drive with my eeprom.bin and Im transfering E:/Apps(with Xplore360... it works I assume its safe to use but its taking forever Im still sat waiting after an hour nearly while it copies them over) with all my other dashboards, emulator files and settings over to my PC incase I have to do a restore if all else fails(I can transfer them to my second Xbox too which Im planning to give as a present to someone).