how do i get a zip file onto an xploder card?

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  1. chillo

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    i've not soft modded yet as i have got an exploder card and it doesnt accept zip files? how do i get it to work with action replay (laptop with XP)
    It wont let me change usb devices in computer management! just picks up the xploder software instead of the AR suite i try and install?

    :lease: help!
     
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    These are the instructions I used to get me up and running. I had an Xkey, and fooled the software into thinking it was an Action Replay using the instructions in the thread. Then drag and drop the amended game save.zip onto the Xkey and Bobs yer uncle!
     
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    thanks lorenzini,
    finally got the evo dash up and enabled ntsc! hooray!
    just one question though how do you force it to run in say 720?
    or does the x-box automatically pic the highest res available?
    outrun2 looks great but my screen just says 525p???
     
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    The Xbox will output the highest resolution available. Most games are just 480p - your screen says 525p as it has some overscan lines, it is really 480. Have a look at HDTV Pub to see what games run in which resolutions.
     

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