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Liteon 124B Burned backup not working WHY?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by bigp750, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. bigp750

    bigp750 Member

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    I Got my Liteon 124B in flashed it, got some Verbatim MKM-003-00 burned batman with no problems no error's. But when I put the game in to the xbox it goes to a black screen like it is loading then back to the dash board screen?

    Most games if you put the disc in the back ground changes to the game.. i dont get no back ground with the disc.. it just say play game

    I know my box is modded, it will play older back ups (dead island, Deus Ex)

    My current Dash Board is 2.0.13599.0 can that be a issue???

    thanks for all the help
     
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    You say your 360 is modded, but is it modded with LT+ 2.0? If it hasn't been modded/updated in the last 3 weeks, then the game isn't working because you don't have the latest firmware installed and that firmware is required in order to play XGD3 backups.
     
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    yes I have put in LT +2.0 on the box... guess I could try to download and flash the firmware once again...

    Correct me if i'm wrong... since i already have the dvd key I wont have to open it back up i can just erase and flash..
     
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    NEVERMIND... i got it to work... once you update your dashboard your dvd drive is no longer a 745 8xx or 9xxx its a 02510C so you need to use 02510C firmware!!!
     

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