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CC BM Software vs HD Loader
CC BM Software vs HD Loader –
I would like to apologize in advance for most likely what will just be ignorance on my part, but I attempted to use the search feature and I couldn't find a defnities answer for my question. (Sorry if this isn't an appropriate thread to post in, but it just seems this would be the place with the most relevant knowledge to my question)
It seems the Crystal Chip offers (through conjunction of firmware and homebrew) the ability to play games backed up on the hard drive. However, I can't find out if this is without the use of HD Loader? Like I said, forgive my ignorance, but I just cant figure this out.
On another note, is it only possible to run firmware off of your memory card and not the HDD? From what I've read (but more just what I understand ) it seems that the BM software should allow you to navigate the HD and run various programs from there? I apologize again, but I would really appreciate an answer. I'm not a newb who just asks questions in the blue, I've been trying to read through the scene and learn as much as possible. Unfortuneatly there doesn't seem to be any tutorials I guess so I've just been piecing information from various threads to kind of get a rough idea of how things work. Im still not 100% clear on how it operates but I think was I jump into the mod scene it will be much easier to comprehend all these different file types and installation procedures. I am a complete stranger to Linux, so being an XBOX modder myself, it seems I will have the easiest transition via the CC. So, if someone can just suggest a place to read up on the BM software and the "Other" capabilities not discussed openly I would be much obliged. Thanks for your guys time.
all current "harddrive game players" are based off hdloader. the only thing different is the way they look (hdadvance).. any performance enhancements to the actual program itself were done by zero-x, crazyc, & clement.. date/timestamp patches, 48bit, etc..