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From disk not supported to disk unrecognised

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by TonyJer, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. TonyJer

    TonyJer Regular member

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    Hi
    I updated to LT 3.0 and found that my existing Borderlands 2 copy (was working previously) gave the disk is not supported message.

    I then ripped again and ran thru AGBX 1.06 to add topology and everything confirmed ok. Burnt the dvd file with Image Burn and verbatim disks using settings that have been successful for ages and now get the unrecognised disk message (03-58).

    Only happens with this copy of Borderlands 2. All other copies and originals are hunky dory so unlikely to be laser, drive. Reburnt using same verbs and same message.

    Any advice would be much appreciated
     
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    jayquik03 Regular member

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    Did you run the game through Kprobe after burning? If so what were your results?
     
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    i just recently got a bad batch of verbatims you sure the disc is ok?
     
  4. TonyJer

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    Hi again

    Reburning to check again. Will post kprobe results if no joy.

    Thanks
     
  5. TonyJer

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    Finally got Borderlands 2 copy to work. Ran ISO thru AGBX 1.06 which built necessary topology, missing sectors etc and created dvd file. BUT then ran the ISO thru AGBX again and then burnt to disk which works.

    I wonder if anyone else has had to resort to this?

    Thanks for your help.
     
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    yes actually the initial release of that had the wrong topology data, it was the first time i saw abgx changed it. glad you got it going!
     
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    Many thanks again
     

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