Discussion in 'Xbox - Software discussion' started by dago1991, Feb 18, 2007.
i need to no3 how to burn halo 2 to a disc
There's an entire forum on this subject, look before you post.
give me the exact link cause i dont want to go through all of it or u can just tell me how
Almost every one of the stickies will tell you how to copy games.
ya but ime not the greatest with computers so i need to no how exactly how to do halo 2 not other games
it's the same with every game
nvr mind then ill just get some one to help me k
Alright, I'll copy and paste the parts you need to use from a tutorial.
Do you know how to ftp?
thnk u do u play halo 2
not anymore, but do you know how to ftp?
ya i no3 all the modding stuff except for burning
and hey how can i becom not a newbie on here
you need 50 posts to become a junior member. The tut where I got this from doesn't have links, so you might have to search a little.
Now, go in FlashFXP (or whatever FTP program you have), and make a new site called "XBOX" or whatever you prefer. For the I.P., type in 192.168.0.3, and for the username type xbox, and for the password type xbox.
Now, you should be able to connect. You should see 7 folders. If you have a game in, that's excellent. If you don't, put one in. Wait for a few minutes, and click on the D: drive.
You should now see a number of files. Depending on the game, some files may be in folder order or all of them may just be "flat-out" in no kind of order at all.
Regardless, make a folder on your PC. Now, select all the files of that game, and drag them over to the new folder. This is a direct rip. There is NO other way to get game files from an xbox disc to your pc.
If you have a big hdd in your xbox, and you just want to store your games there, then create a folder in your F: drive and name it "Games." So you're structure should look like "F:/Games." Now, use DVD2XBOX, and it will rip the games in the directory that you choose. This avoids the process of going to the pc and back to the xbox and saves a lot of time. You can obtain DVD2XBOX from Slayers Auto Installer or in IRC groups.
4. Making an xISO (If you want to make an UDF, skip down to the FAQ)
Moving on, you now have the game files. You're probably wondering what to do with them. Grab one of those xISO making programs and put it to work! If you can find GDFIMAGE and a General User Interface (GUI) for it, then use it. GDFIMAGE is the best and it produces the best results (well it should, considering how MS uses it for their games). If you can't find GDFIMAGE, then use Qwix or Craxtion to make the xISO.
5. Burning the xISO
Now, you have an xISO. This is the last process! This is the easiest part too! Just open Nero, Alcohol 120, or DVD Decrypter. If you're using Nero, then close the startup wizard, and go to open, and use the drop down list and choose (iso, bin, cue) Do the same for Alcohol 120. Now, choose the xISO you just made. Now, for your settings. Make sure that you finalize the disc you're about to burn the xISO to. Make sure that you burn it at the lowest rate possible (4x is fine. If you can burn at 1-2x, that's perfect.) Now, with that done, press "Burn", and while it's burning, chill out for a while. It's going to take a good 10-13 minutes (for the average game). Go grab yourself something to drink or get a sandwhich. When you get back, it should be done. And that's it! Go play with your xbox!
For DVD Decrypter, Go to Mode>Iso>Write. Now choose where the ISO is, and set the burning speed as low as possible. Then burn it
then wat if more
what do you mean?
wat kind of dvd do i use
From what I've seen, many people say that these are the best.
Taiyo Yuden 8X DVD-R Silver Laquer (premium line)
Verbatim 8X DVD-R
Philips 8X DVD-R
also, I have to go now, I can still help you tomorrow evening though.
ok in one part it says to make a folder called games under the F\ folder where is that folder
You can use the E folder as well.
ya i tried tht but the whol thing cant fit on my hdd can i get a bigger one
yes you can
but you don't necessarily have to put them on your hd, you can rip from the disc to the computer.
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