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Cannot read disc (copied games help)

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by tallon, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. tallon

    tallon Member

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    Hi I have an xbox 360 that I modded with the latest firmware and I am trying to burn a copy of UFC Personal Trainer which is a kinect game.
    What I want to know is, is the reason the game won't play because the game didn't come with an SS file? I used abgx360 to see if the game was okay and it was but I didn't have the bin/ss file for it. I didn't know if that was needed or not.

    The other reason could be that I am using memorex DL DVD's but I have heard of people having success with them and I also burned the iso at 2x speed with CloneCD.

    I followed the tutorial on this site which made me think that I needed the SS file and the 'ss list' site it supplied no longer exists.
    Anyone see anything wrong with what I'm doing?

    Thanks.
     
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    memorex are junk. You need to use Verbatims only. So the game isn't working? you get an error? what?
     
  3. tallon

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    It does black and says this disc is unreadable.
    But for some reason it knew that it was a kinect game and had me set it up before this error came up.

    But since the game files didn't come with the file to stealth patch it does that mean it was already patched? I can't seem to find any online. At least not for new games. Would this prevent the ixtreme fw from loading the game? Even though abgx360 said it was good?

    It's probably the brand disc like you said but I wanted to be sure before I spent the money.
     
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