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Old Feb 13, 2003, 01:22 AM
crappot crappot is offline
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Just a few quick qestions:

I have EvoX, put it onto CD but it is a very small file (less than a mb), is this right?
If not, I also have a .bin evoX but don't know what program to burn it in
Finally, if the first question is right, any ideas why i can load burnt dvd's, but not CD's?
Is it true that I would need to burn it onto a CD-r?

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Old Feb 13, 2003, 04:13 AM
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the evox .xbe is roughly 640kb so yes thats fine. of course the more skins and bios's you put in the iso the bigger it'll get.

if you have a modchip all you have to do is put the dvd-r in the drive and itll boot, unless you have auto boot off, then youll have to click on launch dvd in evox

some xboxs dont read cd-r, if yours does your lucky, as for dvd-r's most any xbox will read them.
 

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