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  1. Yeah, I can give that a try. I put it on C as the per the instructions on the project's GitHub page. Thanks for the recommendation.
  2. Hey everyone, I experienced some issues last night attempting to download content through XBMC4Gamers v1.3.001. I was wondering if anyone else has experienced something similar. I have a 1.4 system that was originally softmodded with Rocky5's tool and XBMC4Gamers. I used the stock HDD. Under this configuration, I never experienced any downloading or functionality issues. Last night, I hardmodded the system and that's when the issues began. My downloads would randomly freeze. Sometimes at 2% complete, sometimes at 34%, sometimes at 96%. I'm able to select the Cancel option, but it doe
  3. Where do you have DVD2Xbox located? I have mine installed in E:\Applications\DVD2Xbox. I've ripped a few games and haven't seen this happen. However, I did see XBMC4Gamers create a separate user profile for DVD2Xbox which was a little strange. Was able to delete it without issue.
  4. Does having 128MB of RAM provide any benefit for playing retail games? Or can they not really take advantage of it? I was trying to play Advent Rising, but the framerate was so inconsistent, and usually low. I caved and paid $6 for it on GOG so I could play it on PC (there's also a sick fan patch for it which helps even more).
  5. Hm, I'd definitely like to hear how it worked out for you. This review suggests there was some modification required: https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R3AHBCWLY48BEE/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B003PNLRLU
  6. I'd like to to know, too. I heard about XOSVP a while ago and thought it sounded great. I emailed the creator, but never received a response. Seems he's gone quiet on it.
  7. Thanks, Dave! Appreciate the reply and glad to know that it can still be salvaged. I'll have to think about it. I just have a cheap iron right now, $30 from Micro Center, no temperature control or anything. Not sure if I want to invest a bit of money into better quality equipment if I only rarely use it.
  8. R7D10 is dirty for some reason. I didn't really mess around over there so I guess it was already like that. I did buy this system used many years ago, and the board is kinda dirty in general. R7D1 is what I messed up.
  9. Oh, the pen is interesting. I completely forgot that was an option. $25 seems steep, but maybe. I did look through the post and it seems to cover repairing a trace, which makes sense given the OP. On my board, I removed one of the two pads you have to join together (R7D1, I think?). Traces seems fine, still. Would that guide still apply, or is there a different repair method?
  10. I did something similar yesterday when attempting the TSOP mod on my 1.4 board. I have a cheap soldering iron, no magnifying glass (those pads are real tiny), and little experience. I pulled one of the pads off the board. Decided to stop there and put everything back together to make sure everything still worked (it does). I would like to attempt it again, but I also don't want to spend too much money on decent equipment if I don't plan on using it very often. How would you fix something like this, though?
  11. Haha, I had a feeling you were going to say that. Oh well, guess I'll just have to wait until I put in a new HDD, then. Thanks anyway.
  12. Since you haven't used DVD2Xbox in some time, is there another tool you use or recommend to rip games?
  13. It's version 0.7.8. Came bundled with the Rocky5 tool.
  14. Hey everyone, I started ripping my games to my HDD (stock) using DVD2Xbox and then FTPing them over to my PC. I ran into the first game in my library, though, that is too large to fit on the stock HDD (Jade Empire). I'm planning on upgrading the HDD at some point anyway, but for now I figured I would use the "Copy DVD/CD to Samba share" feature of DVD2Xbox so that I can just rip it over the network to my PC. I have created a shared folder on my Windows 10 PC and made sure all of the appropriate network sharing/permissions options are set. I updated the DVD2Xbox config XML with the sh
  15. No worries, that's fair. I didn't see any requirements noted anywhere so I just wasnt't sure if I was missing something.

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