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Hi,

 

I’m currently trying to figure out why tony hawk pro skater 3 keeps saying failed to save to hard disk. I’m wondering if anyone else has come across this issue before? My Xbox is hard modded and has been upgraded with a 2TB wd blu hard drive if that helps

 

thanks in advance ☺️ 
 

 

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5 hours ago, KaosEngineer said:

How did you add files to the larger hard drive?  Which app/method did you use?

I cloned the hard drive with chimp, used FileZilla to transfer files for games. But I did figure out one thing, my dashboard is XBMC4Gamers, I went to my profile and set individual saves for each profile and now it works for some reason? I’m confused as to why it works now

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On 2/14/2021 at 12:49 PM, Karl_M said:

I cloned the hard drive with chimp, used FileZilla to transfer files for games. But I did figure out one thing, my dashboard is XBMC4Gamers, I went to my profile and set individual saves for each profile and now it works for some reason? I’m confused as to why it works now

I think somewhere along the way the save folder for the game save did not have write permission. 

Chaning XBMC4Gamers settings for indivudual user created new folders which changed the permissions of the folder; thus, it is now write-enabled.

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