QUOTE(TraJiK @ Apr 4 2010, 09:23 PM)
Still having issues getting the program to recognize my "internal" 3.5" 1.5TB HDD. Then again, I haven't been able to get any explorer programs to see the files. Partitions all pop up, with nothing inside them, but drive runs fine in the console itself. (FTPing, transferring through console, playing games, etc.)
I'm not sure if version 3 of your program is setup to read HDD's > 250GB AND formatted by Xbox only, (no hex editing, etc.) I'm also using a hollowed-out USB external HDD case to connect the SATA drive to my laptop, not a transfer cable, if that makes a difference. Does Commander only scan for drives that are connected via SATA? And does it only scan for drives that have been cloned to resemble 20, 60, 120, or 250GB partition setups?
Would love to see this tool work for my drive, as it looks to have tons of potential once complete. Thanks for all the hard work.
XBox 360 commander scans all hard drives connected to the computer. It looks to see if the HDDSS is present to to verify the hard drive is for XBox 360. So a HDDSS must be present or it ignores the drive.
It will check to see if the HDDSS size matches the physical drive size. If they are different it will ask if you wish to update the HDDSS. If you do not update it it ask you which size to use to calculate the cluster chain size.
Also the latest version checks the cluster size for the partitions.