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  1. The menu is only combining a couple files. So when you press (A) the script builds myprograms.xml out of the gamelist.xml for that system and loads the menu. it’s all down to the drive speed, age and where files are on the hdd platter. Normally E is the fastest as the building of the xml takes longer depending on where it is on the hdd platter. I mean a 47kb file should be a second or 2, I have over 1500 roms lists loading in 4-7 seconds. But am using a 2.5” sata drive.
  2. Run Emustation from E and have the emulators, media and roms folder on a larger partition. don’t run it from F and defo not G as the seek times are horrendous the more you fill those partitions.
  3. Press the white button and if it finds the following you can pick it. defaultws.xbe default_p.xbe defaultxhd.xbe default720p.xbe
  4. Yes, other tools just do the short fatx checks, region & media flag patch the xbes. DVD2Xbox does the long fatx patch and can also do a lot more custom patches for games that require specific modifications.
  5. Toca 1 is fine, Toca 2 has long file names but not sure if it effects the game. Toca 3 will black screen after loading the profile. (Never gets to the menu)
  6. You need to patch the xbes, some games have a xbe offset check (Toca 3 is one) that looks for the xbe at a specific position on the disc. If you remake the XISO from extracted files it will crash at the main menu so you need to patch it still. DVD2Xbox makes a 1.1 copy of the disc (split if larger than 4GB) basically a redump image, so the xbe offset and any other xbe checks games have are intact when done this way. Only downside is they are 7GB each. Media, FatX and region patches are fine when making XISO, as the long file name protections are separate from those and that’s the main reason for XISO loading.
  7. Try disabling fast game parsing. settings > my programs > other
  8. Never been that way. you will need to add your paths to the artwork installers settings.xml that file is located where you installed the artwork installer app.
  9. If running the latest stable, when auto login is enabled a new option will appear in the skin settings letting you disable the profile picture. https://github.com/Rocky5/XBMC4Gamers/blob/master/changes.txt#L141
  10. Black button first, then the combo.
  11. Just enable it in the skin settings > login menu. It will show after you enable auto login.
  12. Rocky5


    the prebuilt version on github is v1.3.001 you shouldn’t need to update anything after.
  13. For new Xbox correct. For Xbox already nulled. No, you can just update the softmod and run the nuller again and it will update the key. But any original drives you had for that Xbox (locked to all zeros) will need to be unlocked and relocked to the new all 1s key. Chimp 261812 can do this if you attach your original drive (locked to all zeros) to the Xbox that’s been all 1ed as the slave drive, add the old nulled eeprom.bin to the Y partition and run chimp. Select slave drive options and pick unlock > Y:\eeprom.bin when done, lock the slave drive to the motherboard and done.
  14. V1.1.8 will un null the key when you run the option again. I changed it to use all 1s as this is fine for insignia. note, any drives that are locked to a nulled key won’t work anymore on that Xbox, so if you have backup drives (original drive for example) you will need to use chimps slave drive options to unlock and relock to the new all 1s key. (Or if you can do it via PC do it that way) If the latter isn’t so, the. You’re fine to just run it and not care.
  15. XboxHDKey value but no spaces can I ask what DLC? So I can make sure it’s not at my end.
  16. Flashing green means its tray state is open/closed. Your drive is borked. (Drive is trying to close or open but it’s broken so the system is waiting)
  17. View files under the xml folder in the skin. easy to do, so you don’t need my help.
  18. XBMC doesn’t like some eeprom hdd key values and breaks It doesn’t read it properly so I added the above. Just copy your hdd key into that file and it will be used instead.
  19. There are currently 3 themes. If you want to make any you can. I have tried to make it as simple as I could to do. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1882rgEk4ZazrrC8Hl78c3Cb4jK0iBooB/view?usp=drivesdk Just replace textures and edit xml files to your liking. Then run the build theme.bat and it will do its thing. (Don’t change the name of the template files, they get renamed by the bat during the build process)
  20. No problem cheers for posting the log would like your post but don’t know how to (On mobile and don’t get any options to)
  21. New version is up that will fix that error you are getting. I will check at my end Halo 2 with the DLC. edit: disable flicker filter patching in the programs settings menu and it will fix your issue.
  22. There is no test build now, only stable. Also the xbe launching code hasn’t been touched, so between 1.2 and 1.3 the xbe launching code is the same. When you launch the game if there is a title update the games xbe will load it instead. So ultimately it’s up to the game to see the DLC.
  23. Rocky5


    Will look into the first one. (If edit mode is disabled you can’t enter the manage profiles profile, it should tell you this in big white letters on screen) second one is intentional, this is done because of how python treats caps and lowercase. Edit: New version fixes the login edit mode issues.
  24. The UDATA folder probably had its property set to read only and XBMC follows these properties. Unfortunately XBMC creates folders sometimes with read only attribute set and this means you can’t rename it eg... via python only way to fix is what you done. Copy it off and create the folder via the FTP app and copy stuff back over. (Or you can do it all on the Xbox )
  25. Since you’re running the M8plus bios you can just run the patcher.xbe instead of the default.xbe. and no, what you have done should load the game.

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