Jun 16 2003, 03:46 PM
I have recently installed a new 80Gb HDD. I have around 10Gb free on the main f: partition. When I tried to back-up a game through Boxplorer, it was unable to copy it, stating that the destination may be full. Is this a problem with long file names or is there another reason why this happens. Any help on what to do is much appreciated.
Jun 17 2003, 02:31 AM
yup you guessed it right. It is the long file names. I had that problem. Try using XToolBox. Works just as good.
Jun 17 2003, 10:41 AM
yep all it is is the length of the file name. just rename or use an alternative.
Jun 17 2003, 01:56 PM
Thanks for the comments. Is there any way I can re-name the files using BoXplorer - I guess not as I cannot rename them on the DVD-R (read only) and cannot copy them and re-name them which is the problem. If you rename the files, will this will interfere with the program in some way? Can anyone point me in the direction of Xtoolbox? Thanks
Jun 17 2003, 03:18 PM
Use Px-HDD Loader
* Real time progress displayed on current file being copied, as well as the overall progress, even says the file name being copied. Constantly updates the amount of Free Space on your HDD while it copies.
* Checks the disc size before installing to let you know how big the game is, and if its too big, it will ask you to delete something.
* Support for Partition1 & Partition6 for users with larger HDD's.
* Auto patches games that are being installed for known protections.
* Lets you know if your modchip doesnt allow the eject trick!
Works great, never had any problems, even worked with Enter The Matrix!
Jun 17 2003, 04:07 PM
I had this error on a bad DVD game disc and boxplorer was losing read on the dvd. I had to copy the DVD piece by piece and it worked.
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