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modio wont read my usb (device)

Discussion in 'BO Modding Support' started by s9captainclutch, Dec 15, 2010 with 7 replies and 11,174 views.

  1. s9captainclutch

    s9captainclutch Enthusiast

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    modio wont read my usb drive or (my device) and yes im on my admin why would it do this ?
  2. DrZimbabwe

    DrZimbabwe sup bruh

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    Is it formatted to Fat32?
  3. ToXiC xPsYcHo

    ToXiC xPsYcHo Enthusiast

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    It hardly ever does for me. 360revolution also has a great built in USB explorer. I usually use a plain old 360 usb explorer outside of modio though.
  4. s9captainclutch

    s9captainclutch Enthusiast

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    where do i check tht i dont know what that is
  5. DrZimbabwe

    DrZimbabwe sup bruh

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    Right click on the uSB device.
  6. iLegend

    iLegend Call of Duty and Halo: Reach Diet Retired

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    You need to make sure your USB Device has been configured. If you haven't do the following:
    1. Go to System Settings.
    2. Go to Memory Units.
    3. Select your USB Device and then configure it to your desire.

    1. If that's not the problem, then do these next steps:
    2. On your PC, go to the USB Device Folder.
    3. Now click "Tools" on the Tool Strip.
    4. Click "Folder and Search Options".
    5. Then click on the "View" tab.
    6. Under "Hidden Files and Folders", select "Show hidden files, folders and drives".
    7. Click "OK".
    8. An Xbox 360 Folder should appear, you can now try and open it in Modio.
    If it doesn't work in Modio, you can download USBxTAF Explorer and alternatively use that.
    Procrastinate likes this.
  7. PurExXxAwsM

    PurExXxAwsM Newbie

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    http://www.mediafire.com/?jd2zdjmdt1n bro just use this usb explorer its called usbxtafgui youtube for tutorial or another link.
  8. KatSank

    KatSank Enthusiast

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    I have the same problem and tried that. it says i need permissioin from and adminm to see any profiles on modio. i'm like a begginner at all this stuff, but how do i be admin, in have Windows 7.