Should have disabled edit modeMikey wrote: ↑Wed Jun 14, 2017 3:15 amWell, the munchins have been wearing out the old Xbox for the past 6 months. Then they found out how to change profile names and messed things up. So I tried to fix it by changing them back and wound up on a black screen after the next boot. Couldn't get ftp access so I used Rocky's Extras Disc and overwrote XBMC4Kids, and now it boots again.
But trying to make new profiles with the original names didn't work. So with ftp access back I see some of the old profiles are still there. I don't know if there is any way to repair them or if it would be worth it? So I'm thinking I should start over using the latest updates. Any thoughts?
Just wondering what would be the best way to go about it? I've got the dashboard on 'E' and the games on 'F'. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated. I want to get them back to gaming, but don't want to booger the softmod.
Anyhow, just create the exact same names for the profiles as they show in E.
E:\UDATA Connxtion or E:\UDATA\Connxtion.profile
Create a new profile called Connxtion. Now create a profile for each .profile file then enable the individual save script and it will use the saves.
Remove the other UDATA (Profile name that your kids change) folder as these won't be used anymore.
Note: the script is disabled by default, it's a toggle in the Manage Profiles profile.
Now disable edit mode.
PS: there will also be a UDATA Backup folder keep that.
If you want to start from scratch, just remove all UDATA (profile names) and rename the UDATA Backup folder to UDATA.