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Opening .map from my hdd from pc in assembly?

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Any way I could open a halo 3 .map from my xbox hdd in assembly and mod the map.

 

Ive tried this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7bAW56p6YQ

 

I need Alteration [Debug] but his link is dead! anyone got a different link?

Or a way to open in assembly?

Ive got xbox360 Neighborhood (SDK). So that's already installed.

If theres any help let me know, THANKS! :):nyan:

 

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when i try to open my map in my xbox hard drive from xbox360 neighborhood no folders or files show up.

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Copy the map from the HDD, modify it to your liking, and put it back in your hard drive and over write it.

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If you are trying to EDIT the map file while it is still on the XBox's HDD; It can be done, albeit a tag laggy due to the read write speed over network.

 

Use windows's built in network mapping to map a drive letter to your XBox.

 

I'm out of date, like; insanely out of date and use freestyle's built in SMB server, so when I'm at the dash the partitions on the XBox's HDD are available via a drive letter. (I tend to use X/Z or anything low down the list to stop it being changed by plugging in any devices that may assign a drive letter.) It's much more convenient that opening a FTP connection or other means, but you are limited to how shit SMB can be sometimes.  

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