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Any Xbox modding communities still active?

Anyone still mod Halo on Xbox these days? I keep running into issues trying to run old programs on Windows 7 .. also wondering if anyone knows how to (if possible even) to modify level or game scripts for Xbox cache files?

 

If not, does anybody know of any Halo Xbox communities that are still active?

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This is the last active one that I knew of: http://www.halo1forum.com/forum.php

 

There aren't even any Halo PC communities that are still active. Just CE stuff.

 

As far as issues running programs on Windows 7, make sure you're running them as admin, and if that fails try using the XP SP2 compatibility mode.


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I just want to ask in case anybody here knows, but when I open a single player cache file from my Xbox in Sparkedit 3.02, and duplicate a scenery item, and then save, the file gets corrupted. Is this normal? I can duplicate scenery items in multiplayer maps fine. Also I can't import into scenario.

 

And pretty much every other tool I try to use to rebuild Xbox maps [HMT, HHT, Eschaton] come up with some sort of arithmetic or memory error and quits.

 

Plus I just got Arsenic and I can't get it to run either. It opens very briefly and then closes citing a missing binary error from SlimDX or something...

 

If anyone can help I'd appreciate it a lot.

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I used to do this years ago with a friend modding Halo 2 on the Xbox, but that was all memory dumped over time. I believe we also attempted to do the same with Halo: Combat Evolved but found out something was different between the PC map formats and the Xbox map formats. I can't remember exactly what was different though. 


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