gtX Dash - Using Xcommander
so you've filled your 5gig E drive partition with music and
roms (or whateva), but you've still got ooodles of space on your F drive.
well lets move it over! first run x commander from the applications / file
managers menu, ( or l trig + r trig + x)
now the basic tools to becoming a x commander king are just a few small tips away...
- use the left and right triggers to jump between the left and right boxes
so pull the left trigger and hop to the left side
- use the Y button to go up a level (out of a folder)
so press Y a couple of times till you see all the drives partitions listed (c c e f x y z )
- use the A button to go into a folder ( or dir as they were once known)
so select the E drive press A, select 'tdata', press A, select 'fffe0000', press A, select 'music', press A (by now you should get the idea) now before we move it we will make a folder (or directory) on the F drive to move it into so pull the right trigger to hop back to the right window, now select the f drive.
- use the start button to bring up the file operations box
so now press your start button and you can do numerous things one of which is 'create a directory' press your a button on this and you will be presented with a alpha num pad to type out the name of the dir. type out something like 'music' or whatever so you will remember what's in it, hit done and a dir is created now go into that dir and hop back to the left side now inside the music folder you may have numerous folders which are all the albums you have ripped go inside one and we will select all the wma files
- use the B button to select multiple files
select all the files in a dir by pressing the B button (the selected files will be highlighted blue) . now to copy them over to the F drive simply bring up the file operation box, select copy the selected file will now be copied to the destination you have selected in the right hand side (hopefully your music dir) ok now instead of just deleting the files with x commander from E to get your space back, I would now return to the m$ dash and delete the sound track from there (it will tidy up the ms dash and prevent any errors) because they were ripped with the m$ dash. if your not sure what tracks they are go and run them from media player to find out. once you have identified them you can use your new found x commander skills to go and rename them in English :) (there's a rename option in the file operation box in xcommander)