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  1. I doubt it since this is for an original Xbox. When I turn the console on, my UnleashX dashboard has a menu called "tools" and within this menu there is an option called "file explorer." Doesn't have any special name or even an "about" section to indicate it's a standalone app. Just lets me browse all my partitions, files, and folders. Here's what it looks like.
  2. That's what I have tried to use - an old 4gb Kingston drive. I was able to get the Xbox to read it and show the size. But any time I try to copy or move any files I get error code 2. I can create folders on the drive, but can't move anything to it.
  3. I cleaned out my ethernet port with isopropyl alcohol and found little to no grime. I also plugged in the console directly into my Linksys WRT1900ac router. Unfortunately, neither recommendation resolved the issue. I noticed that both lights on the ethernet port are on - one green and one yellow. TBH, both lights may have been on before, but I didn't really notice. Nevertheless, both lights are on. I've only had this router for a year, and I was having the same issue with previous routers, Thus, I have to believe that the router is not the issue. Would you guys recommend any other tricks? If not, are there any tutorials that explain how to transfer files to my usb stick? I haven't been able to find anything on the web. Thanks, again!
  4. You guys are right about there being another light. Only one of them is lit - it's amber colored. If you are looking at the Xbox from the rear, it's the light on the right hand side. I do not have access to canned air at the moment, but I will try the alcohol on a cotton swab suggestion. I am willing to try anything at this point! I also have a Netgear wireless extenders with an ethernet port, which I haven't tried. I will give that a shot, too. Hypothetically speaking, if I cannot figure out this ethernet connection, is there a way I can use that usb cable to transfer the files to a usb drive? I will keep you guys updated. You're awesome and thanks for all your help!
  5. Thank you for your response, guys! I have one of these devices: https://www.belkin.com/us/support-product?pid=01t80000002x8ZWAAY It's hard for me to point the finger at the network adaptor since I have my Harman Kardon receiver, DirectTV genie, and HTPC all connected to it. TBH, I really don't know if the ethernet port is jacked up. That was just the assumption I made 10 years ago. I have everything set to DHCP on my computers because I don't know enough to mess with static IPs.
  6. Thank you guys so much for any help in advance.
  7. Hello guys! Let me begin by articulating my end goal: I would like to transfer my ripped Xbox games to my HTPC. I'm hoping I can use an Xbox emulator rather than the console. I prefer my PC controller and the HDMI connection on my HTPC. Since the day I got it modded, I could never get the XBpx to connect to the internet. I can't connect using the Unleash X dashboard or the regular Xbox dashboard. A few days ago, I bought the "usb to XBox cable" to see if I could transfer the files directly to a usb stick, but I couldn't figure out a way to do that either.. I've watched videos and read posts of how to transfer via FTP, but I can't even get an IP address assigned to the console. I'm convinced that the ethernet port is dead. However, 1) the light on the ethernet port is on (in the back of the console) and 2) the normal Xbox dashboard recognizes that a cord is connected - it just won't receive an IP address. If you guys could help me figure out what I'm doing wrong or any alternate method of transferring my games to my HTPC, I would be forever grateful. I am connected to a "network extender" that connects my home theater equipment to the internet. Here are some pics of my settings and error messages:

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