Here are my system specs:
windows 7 home premium
Toshiba Satellite C655
Intel Celeron firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz 2.19GHz
250GB internal hard drive
Let me say before I continue, because I know there seems to be confusion - modifying an Xbox is NOT an illegal act. This is covered under the federal Bill of First Sale. What *IS* illegal is utilizing pirated copies of games, which I am NOT going to do. I am attempting to turn my Xbox into an entertainment center a'la GoogleTV.
That being said, here is a link to the guide I am using for my conversion: HOW TO: Use a USB Thumbdrive as a Memory Card (For Softmod) - AfterDawn: Forums
So I soldered the USB/controller cord together and it works perfectly. The Xbox reads it and I can copy files from the Xbox's internal hard disk to the USB memory card. Additionally the Xbox reformatted the memory card to be compatible WITH the Xbox, so the PC wants to format it.
The software that I need to utilize on my PC is called Action Replay, which I bought a copy of. What I don't have is the USB cord and original Xbox memory card that Action Replay comes with. This is why I have to convert the USB flash drive into an Xbox memory card - and THAT is what the driver
in question is supposed to do.
So what I am SUPPOSED to be able to do is to go into device manager, go into the USB flash drive (currently identified by my system as "USB Mass Storage Device," and then manually direct it to the driver which should then install the "Maxdrive Xbox" drivers
onto my computer. This will then make it so that the computer, using the Action Replay software, can read the USB drive even though it is not formatted as a PC drive.
I hope that all made sense. XOXO