QUOTE(themuffin @ Feb 15 2007, 02:49 PM)
Is there any way to change any of that? (while still using this mod as is?)
Thank btw, (how the heck do you +rep?)
Depends on what you mean by change. NKPatcher's job is to patch the retail bios. how it patches it is decided by the settings you select prior to compiling the mod. If you are using Krayzie's, there are several presets already selected for you. if you don't want to use Krayzie's, jump ship from here and do a search for KingRoach's NDure threads. this will allow you to make your own NDure based softmod.
now, if you want to change what directory the mod uses to launch a dashboard, the easiest way is to use an Xbox Shortcut Maker. Choose where you want the shortcut to point, name it properly and assign it a Save Data number that matches the one of the xbe you want it to point to. Create the shortcut and name it "default.xbe". then place that file into the E:\Dashboard (or E:\Dashboard\AltDash) folder. The mod will load, find the shortcut, and launch the associated xbe.
the only trick to this is that you may not be able to point it to a folder on RealC, as ShadowC will already be invoked at this time. Placing it on ShadowC can prove pretty dangerous.
Either way, you will never be able to do use anything like XBTool to change settings. and honestly, there aren't many settings you'd want to change anyway....Short of placing the dashboard on RealC and then hiding it so the end user can't mess it up, there is no real reason to have anything anywhere else, and no settings i know of worth changing. Krayzie's installer is designed to be n00b friendly, secure, and Live Safe. The layout is so well done that i actually use it to base my hard mods on, placing my dashboard in E:\Dashboard, etc.
Thanx for the rep....though if you want to give me a real push, send a note to Krayzie or a couple of other moderators on the forums and let them know how useful my post was. i've been considering talking to some of these guys about being a moderator for a couple of forums.
Good luck, and enjoy it.This post has been edited by A Murder of Crows: Feb 16 2007, 05:27 AM