Feb 9 2003, 11:45 AM
Does the INI file always stay on c: ?
Or, does it go on the partition that the dash is on?
I couldn't find an answer looking through the FAQ or forum.
Feb 9 2003, 12:26 PM
I thought they were both on C
Feb 9 2003, 01:54 PM
I am looking to use a hacked BIOS that boots evox off of the E: drive and the retail BIOS off of C: drive. I know what I need to do with the Dash and Bios but not sure if I move the evox.ini to the same drive the evox dash is on.
Looking to have my X2PRO run with the MS dash as standard. When I need to back up a disc, I want to boot to Evox and have all of the tools available.
Feb 9 2003, 07:32 PM
I only know this from deduction (which has left me looking stupid more than once before...) But I will step out on this limb and say the ini file is to be on the partition with the evoxdash.xbe xboxdash.xbe or yboxdash.xbe (whichever you name it...). The reason I say this is look, for example, at the bootable CD-RW/DVD booted to a xbox that has the evox dash installed to C:. The currently booted dash is on D: and you have an evox.ini on both the media D: and on the C:. Which one is it using? I can say without question in this circumstance it uses the one on D: and not the one in C:. It would seem safe to say that the bioses are basically just allowing alternative dashboard names and changing the search order for the dashboard. Booting to E: should be no different than booting to D: or C:... So I would say, put the dashboard, the ini file and the Skin folder all on the partition you will be booting to and no where else...
Hope that helps,
Feb 10 2003, 07:39 PM
^^ What he said. SumDumGuy not dumb at all
Feb 10 2003, 11:09 PM
I try not to let on by using big words... Looks like I am doing a good job of covering it up...
Now, If I could just convince my boss of that I might get that nickel raise after all...
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