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ABGX says bad rip...what do i do????

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#1
i run midnight club la which is already burned to a disk through abgx and everything is green but in YELLOW it says its a bad rip.
should i risk playing it on live or can i fix it?
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#2
did you make the ISO or did you download it...

what does it say bad game data CRC ? ? ??
#3
Originally posted by Donaldo:
did you make the ISO or did you download it...

what does it say bad game data CRC ? ? ??
No i bought the backup off someone i found online and my friend is borrowing the original at the moment and it passes stealth dmi and all that stuff but right down the bottom it says somthing in yellow ( sorry i forget the exact words because i closed abgx) i think it says somthing about bad game data crc bad rip or somthing along those lines.
i will re run the test and tell you exactly what it says
#4
wait a second you PAID someone for a backup copy of a game ???

have you never heard of torrent sites ?
#5
Originally posted by Donaldo:
wait a second you PAID someone for a backup copy of a game ???

have you never heard of torrent sites ?
yeah dude i bought it for like $5 because games are like 6GB and i live in australia...you know we have the shittiest internet connection
#6
Originally posted by Donaldo:
wait a second you PAID someone for a backup copy of a game ???

have you never heard of torrent sites ?
Yeah i just ran it through abgx again and it says in RED game partition CRC does not match, looks like a bad rip!

what can i do to fix this?
#7
Originally posted by Kdawg414:
bad rip!

what can i do to fix this?
that is an unfixable error... if it were me i would download a different copy ... perhaps from a different release group ...

but ... in your situation i guess all you can do is just play it and hope for the best... yes it will likely increase your chance for detection and getting banned from xbox live ...
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