QUOTE(SkyFire360 @ Jan 15 2010, 07:40 PM)
So I'm still confused a bit... is there any advantage of using NXE to do the install and then using NXE2GOD to have the NoCD ability versus installing the game straightaway with XexLoader besides just not having to launch XexLoader?
Also, how does this NXE2GOD/XexLoader work with multi-CD games like Lost Odyssey?
I know for games like Dead Rising, Silent Hill Homecoming, COD World at War, The New Jurassic Park game, just to name a few suffer from game data files being too many and too small.
This makes it take forever to copy and/or not copy at all. (strong experience with COD WAW)
With this, you can have the game in chuncks of 162 MB files which are easily copied, moved and transfered between devices. And being console free, makes it perfect to install to other homebrew xboxes as well.
One more advantage is that you may delete the game from NXE instead of having to run XeXLoader and find the folder, select to delete that and the shortcut in /Content/0000000000000000/C0DE9999/00007000/GAMENAME
At least for this this works alot better than files in HDD and shortcuts... unless it's Halo 3 and I'm hacking the hell out of the maps