288enzo Wrote:I can't get an ISO to work. I took the VIDEO_TS folder and added it as a seperate folder to see if it would play and with stacking on it didn't seem to give me any problems, while on the other hand my ISO shows up great with my movie poster art but when i try to watch it nothing happens. The VIDEO_TS folder is the same that is in the ISO file, so nothing different there. Any thoughts on this?
THis post could have been said like this:
I can't get an ISO to work but I am unwilling not tell you specifically how I created the ISO in question (that failed to work) but PLEASE I NEED HELP!
Developers field TONS of posts each and every day from lots and lots of people and THEN they go off and actually try and find the time to add IMPROVEMENTS to XBMC...
To that end... it is IMPERATIVE you provide as much details as you can possibly think of so the developers who go out of their way to field peoples problems can resolve them without an enormous amount of back and forth questioning that does nothing more then to keep them from working on IMPROVING XBMC.
Here is an example of what I'm talking about...
"HELP!!!! The wife approaching alarm system in XBMC is not functioning correctly... I was almost caught watching "Super Jugs IX - NO FAKES... REALLY!!
" on TWO separate occasions!!!! Lucky for me I never bothered to fix that squeaky stair... (phew!)
My system is: SE30
My OS is Mac OS 8.1
Screen: Built-in (almost HD sorta)
Running XBMC v1234567.891011
Here is a link to my log files....
Link to my xbmc.log
Link to my console.log
Link to my CrashReporter.log
When this happened the sky was blue and the temperature was 72 mild.
My dog was barking at the mailman
Beer was chilling in the fridge
Any more details PLEASE let me know...
I'm actually not kidding... the more details (within reason) the better chance you'll get a fix for the problem you've encountered and chances are searching the forums prior to posting a new topic will likely turn up an answer without bothering the developers unnecessarily since chances are you're not the first person running into a given problem.