QUOTE(Code-Runner @ Nov 14 2005, 10:58 PM)
Exactly, I have a 007 Agent under Fire 1448507 disc that is in a 1448521 case. Oh, and yes it is exploitable.
PS, just thought I would add my disc number if any ran accross it when looking.
Okay, I finally got this all working together and wanted to share my experiences so it's on the forums and searchable in the future. This is updated info for today 01/04/2006 and was done in St. Louis. I have the exact same 007 AUF CD as the previous poster and I just picked it up from Game Stop for $6.99. Most older copies work great with this and they are cheap & easy to find.
I have only wal-mart around me so I went there and bought two usb flash drives. One was SimpleTech USB Flash Drive 128 MB and the other was a MobileMate 256 MB drive made by SanDisk. The SimpleTech drive WOULD NOT work with my 1.0 XBox, it said that the memory card was damaged. The MobileMate 256 MB one did work, it cost $18.88 so it was a pretty good deal!
I bought the USB 2 XBox adapter off of Ebay for $7.00 all together and the mobilemate formatted just fine. The only problem was my computer and hacked version of Action Replay would not recognize the card. To fix this I folled the instructions at: http://www.xbox-linux.org/wiki/USB_Storage...mory_Card_HOWTO
and miraculously the usb card was recognized by windows as a MaxDrive XBox device. I was then able to transfer the saved 007 game via the hacked version of Action Replay onto the new USB flash drive.
After it was transferred, I booted up the XBox with 007 in it and plugged in the adapter cable and usb flash drive. The game recognized a save game on the drive, loaded it, and the machine rebooted to a softmod install menu. When this happens you can use the Auto-Installer Deluxe CD (found in the usual places) and load up all the softmod software to the harddrive to make this semi-permanent. In the end it cost about $34 starting from nothing, but all the stuff is reusable for other stuff.
During my travels one thing I did notice that I thought was funny, which was that gamestop stocks the USB flash drives in stock, makes me wonder if they know about the mods. I didn't look into it though, since I thought I'd find a better deal on a thumb drive at wally world. I hope this clears some stuff up for people trying this, it does work but it can be aggravating trying to find the right flash drive and figure out how to get it recognized on both the xbox and PC.