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Advice on Creating Backups.

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by robbo1987, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. robbo1987

    robbo1987 Member

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    Ok, so I'm contemplating flashing my xbox 360 and playing backups of my games. I have no intentions of using the xbox online at the present time so I don't think the stealth patching is too important to me right now. I just need some advice on the best way to create back ups of my original games.

    I have a dual layer dvd recorder, So can I use this to rip the game to my hard drive and then burn the iso? Or Would I need to connect the xbox's dvd drive directlty to my pc and rip it that way? I have looked through different tutorials and there are so many different ways of doing things I'm quite confused as to where to start, I have seen a way of doing it through "WXripper" not sure of any other software that I can use in a similar way. Anyway, any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
     
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    Very good idea.

    Online/offline regardless, you will need to check your ISOs with abgx360, which will stealth patch the ISO anyway.

    Ripping retail discs, using Xbox Backup Creator 2.9.

    To rip: You would need an Xbox360 drive that is flashed with 0800v3 firmware. (Use Xbox Backup Creator)
    To burn: You would need an iHAS series burner flashed with BurnerMAX firmware. (Use ImgBurn or CloneCD)
    iHAS burners:
    Lite-On iHAS124B
    Lite-On iHAS224B
    Lite-On iHAS324B
    Lite-On iHAS424B
    Lite-On iHAS524B
    Lite-On iHAS624B

    Stay away from WXripper.

    Everything you need to know is ON THIS PAGE.
     
  3. robbo1987

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    Thanks for the informative reply! wasn't aware that I'd need a specific type of dvd recorder.
     
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    Instead of the Xbox 360 drive flashed with 0800 firmware you can also use a DROM6316, they are almost the same as Xbox 360 BenQ drives, you just don't need an external power source anymore, but you'd have to modify the drive according to this guide:
    http://www.xbox360iso.com/drom6316-pc-internal-t496730.html
    The drives are hard to get though, because they were only used as some Dell OEM drives.
     
  5. RIARA

    RIARA Regular member

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    I found a site that sells the DROM6316 for 35 bucks, just needs to be modified according to the guide.

    DROM6316
     
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    No problem. Now get to work!!!!

    You can use any DL burner, but to get proper burns, and alleviate headaches/problems get an iHAS. 20 bucks.

    Thanks. Gonna get me one ASAP!!!
     
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    Here is a search I did on EBay to get mine already flashed

    LiteOn Drive Search on EBay
     
  8. robbo1987

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    I've ordered an Ihas drive earlier today preflashed with burned max for 20 quid, cant argue at that price really.
     

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