Cannot get my xplorer 360- program to connect with xsata via usb
Have downloaded xplorer 360 software from mini disc supplied with xsata. xsata is correctly installed and blue light is shining! When we go into explorer 360 go to drive then open hard drive or memcard we get the error message:- could not find a FATX drive to open! don't know where we have gone wrong.. Please help!
Re: cannot get my xplorer 360- program to connect with...
What you have to do is start xplorer360 as an administrator and usually it will work. But i am having a problem with this too. It opens the hard drive but i cant open partition 3 where you mod but i can open 1 and 2.
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How to install:
1.) Extract the contents of $SystemUpdate2.0.12611.0.zip
2.) Put the $SystemUpdate folder in the root of a CD or USB Stick (Must be FAT or Fat32 formatted)
3.) Insert the CD or USB Stick into your Xbox 360 console.
4.) You will be automatically prompted to update with a USB stick, with a
CD / DVD it should say Mixed Media Disc, power down the 360 and power
it on again. You should be ask to update before the 360 boots to the
5.) Once the update is complete your Xbox 360 will restart then boot up to the new dashboard. Enjoy!
I myself have a 46" RCA LCD flat screen tv, which I have my xbox 360 connected via HDMI cable. If your tv has audio out "rca plugs", which im sure being a newer 3d HD tv, connect the supplied cable to the audio out (red, white) plugs, and then connect your headphones to that jack!
The easiest way to sync any control to an xbox, providing the controller is xbox compatible, is to connect the controller the cable to the xbox360's usb/controller port, that should automatically sync the two together, after that has happened, you can simply unplug and enjoy.
How are you connecting to your computer? The boot order matters. The USB from the XSATA has to be plugged in with the hard drive connected before you turn the Xbox360 on, otherwise the computer won't recognize that anything is connected.
Solution: Wii Console needed to download a software upgrade from the web to run Guitar Hero World Tour. Internet connection in our home is via a Linksys ADSL wireless router. Entered Wii Setup menu (select Wii button on bottom left of screen). Changed Connection 1 from None to Wireless. Wii picked up the SSID broadcast from the router. Did a Test Connection which worked. Wii Console prompted me to 'download Wii System Upgrade from Web?'. Clicked OK. Download took approx 10 mins. On completion of download Guitar Hero World Tour loaded automatically. Note: I have read that the Wii uses wireless protocol 802.11b. Make sure your router has both 802.11g and 802.11b enabled or 802.11b only for the duration of the download. Best of luck.
You'd take the audio cables you'd normally connect to your TV or
surround sound system, and connect them to the chair. I believe the
chair comes with extension cables to make this easier, but if not you
can get them at any Radio Shack or electronics store.
If you use a HDMI cable to connect your 360 to your TV, you'll need to
also plug in the AV cable so you can get the audio cables. The 360
won't have a problem with this.