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Old Oct 06, 2003, 06:32 PM
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had to edit this... too embarassing.

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Old Oct 06, 2003, 06:55 PM
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but it says on Xbox-scene to use this program to install th e bert and ernie fonts exploit. It says to open your drive in hdd driver and back your drive up which i done and then it says open certain folder and insert certains files. ********forums.xbox-scene.com/index.php?act=ST&f=45&t=73720
right here says exactly how.
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Old Oct 06, 2003, 09:16 PM
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OK... Wow! You've got some balls, but I'm following what you're doing. The MA/007 EVOX installer is a hell of a lot safer, but you've already got it running so thats good.

So about the rest of it.

Obviously you read that the invalid file error is common and you just have to click through 5-10 times.

What concerns me is that you put "MFC42D.DLL" in your system 32 folder. The tutorial specifically tells you to put it in the same folder as your driver program. It may not matter too much, but I would follow this tutorial exactly, given the danger you put your xbox in.

Sorry about that first reply, I'll try to read in a little more carefully next time. You're the first guy to try this on this board (and post it).

The winhex part is interesting, I'll read up on that and try to catch up in about 5 minutes
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Old Oct 06, 2003, 09:28 PM
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Ok, so you can't get rid of that stupid pop up...

The fix you are trying is essentially taking a file and deleting a couple bytes of code. "FATX"

So it tells you where to find that code once you open up a hex editor. @ offsets: 0x00080000 Game Cache A/0x2ee80000 Game Cache B/0x5dc80000 Game Cache C/0x8ca80000 System/0xabe80000 Data).
Think of that as an address to where you'll find it. You'll see that stuff on the left, and to the right you'll see the FATX line. Just replace that with ... like it says. Then save it, and rewrite it to your HDD. Now you shouldn't get the error.
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Old Oct 06, 2003, 10:13 PM
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yeah i figured it out

(They are located @ offsets: 0x00080000 Game Cache A/0x2ee80000 Game Cache B/0x5dc80000 Game Cache C/0x8ca80000 System/0xabe80000 Data).
copy after the 0x........ and go to postion at the top and click offset paste it there and you will see the FATX and replace it with 4 dots .... do that for all the offsets and click save. and restore your drive with that file and no more errors.
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Old Oct 06, 2003, 11:02 PM
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nice job... that was pretty in depth for someone just starting out...
 

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