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  1. I was hosting a Kaillera server (our 1Emu server) yesterday and noticed some strange execution code in the command window for the server app. I was mindful to printscreen it but I restarted my computer, forgetting to save it.


    The address I saw looked like /Roxio/XX.dll. That's the last bit of it. Then there were some strange filetype abbreviations all jumbled together. This was done a user who repeatedly joined the server. I'm somewhat worried about this....

  2. Hmmm...I was deciding on whether to post or not earlier but I'll give it a shot.


    From what I've heard about gaming adapters, they usually take the complications out of setting up any other way. What I would suggest is you giving the 360 its own static IP address. I'm not familiar with Xbox networks settings, but I assume you can access this (as you can on the PS2) and manually input the numbers.


    After that, you would have to go into your Linksys router settings and manually do more or less the same thing.


    Also, go to this site, Portforward. Choose your router. There is a guide for Xbox Live guide under "X" for you follow on the following page after you choose your router

  3. I meant to spell "skewed." But I see what you mean in any case. At least I can now use all of my HDD. Yeah...the OS having its own dedicated partition seems like a good idea. I'll put the stuff I backed up before the system recovery on the larger partition.


    I don't think I could stand having one or more HDD's sectioned like that. It would drive me crazy. I like most of my stuff in one space. And that stuff isn't anything irreplaceable if my HDD were to die. I currenty have everything backed up.


    You probably have a lot more stuff than me. I have about 3/4 of my drive filled, and that's all I need for now.


    Thanks for the help though.

  4. Well....I decided to create a partition of the 64GB of unallocated space. So now I have my one partition (used to be my primary) that is about 9.7GB, and the 64GB is the other, now in NTFS. I assume I won't run into any trouble with this setup.


    Forget about the fact that i have such a scewed partition going. :banghead:

  5. I used two utilities, Active SMART 2.51 and HDDLife. Both indicate that my HDD is in good shape, Active Smart being the more in-depth. Both health and performance are indicated GOOD, and the SMART analysis reports no problems.


    I guess the only thing left to work on is allocating the 64GB. I don't see an option to format it, either through XP or the utility.

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