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Can't view files in FlashFXP
Can't view files in FlashFXP –
Here I am again. I am having problems to view my files using FlashFXP. When I open mc/1 in the right panel the program doesn't show me any files or folder. When I create a map with a name and then create another one with the same name all my files suddenly apear including the map I just made. When I delete that map all the files disapear again. Then you say of course I should keep that map and I agree with you. But this only works on the MC, I can't make a map on the HD and I can't mount it becuase it can't find it.
How did that happen and how can I get it back? Yesterday everything whas working fine with my brothers memorycard and harddisk and now with my own memorycard and harddisk it doesn't, could it be my memorycard and my harddisk? It will be strange though becuase it worked perfectly when I started all this...
Last edited by AidenVenis; 01-03-2005 at 03:52 PM.
About your problem with viewing FTP listings of MC contents.
This is a known bug of ExecFTPs, or rather of PS2FTPD.IRX on which ExecFTPs is based. (As is also the FTP server in PS2OS.) This bug affects any directory which contains exactly 20 or 21 objects. (Other complications may exist too.)
No data is lost while ExecFTPs fails to see it. You can still see, and access, the files and folders from other software. It is only the FTP listings that fail.
Creating a folder (what you call a 'map' I guess) is one way to fix it, but the PS2 Browser doesn't like empty folders. That will be displayed as corrupt data. It may be better to make an extra game save instead. (Preferably a small one of course.)
Your other problem lies mainly with your understanding of the PS2 HDD file system, which is rather different from that of a PC. I think I saw someone else posting a response to you on that in another thread, so hopefully that will clear things up for you.
Best regards: dlanor
Thank you very much, this clears up a lot of things!