QUOTE(pdottz @ Feb 14 2006, 08:46 AM)
can anyone tell me what my SMART readings mean. they don't seem right. i have no read errors when loading games or ftping. i have never had freeze ups or DDE errors.
here is a screen shot.
Those figures are about right. You can check you PC's HD and it will report nearly identical values for healthy disk, of course.
Ok I fixed my skin seems a bug has been introduced in this build that if text items don't have a <width> bit in it they wont display like they did in the previous versions
so here's an Updated skin.xml file for Project mayhem 3 Stats Mark3 and that version only ok peoplehttp://www.myfilehut.com/userfiles/12943/Skin.xml
Hopefully unleashX will fix it so everyone wont have to update all their skins to fix it
P.S I edited the original post by UnleashX to inform people of this
It's already fixed. Should be out real soon. And thanks for spotting this one.
Can anyone answer just one question... Is the new added Video Mode eeprom safe? Are the changes at bootup done in memory or are they written to the eeprom? tia.
Auto-switch is still EEPROM safe, and so is the persistent setting. If anyone have noticed, it doesn't require an 'Unlocked' HDD to save/modify those setting.
am not sure if this is a bug/issue or my mistake for not choosing correct settings.
In the new unleashx setup under video you can choose 480p, 720p, and 1080i. For the unleashx dash I like to use 720p cause it seems more responsive so I disable 1080i.
I use 1080i for my XBMC but when I disable it in unleashx I can no longer use it in media center or on any games I play. If I enable it, I can use it but the dash automaticlly picks 1080i.
Is there a way to manually choose what the dash is gonna use while leaving all HD options enabled? Thank you.
Yes, modify the setting to your liking (via this dash or MS Dash) to suit other games/apps. Then MANUALLY edit config.xml and set the options you don't want to off. UnleashX will obey that setting.This post has been edited by unleashx: Feb 14 2006, 11:45 PM