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lt+1.91 + benq + out of date black ops= Ban?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by 4drctr420, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. 4drctr420

    4drctr420 Member

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    i think i just flagged my system possibly. i ran my black ops in newest abgx and no new ap2.5 data was found so i figured my disc was alright for lt+1.91. as soon as i inserted disc about 2 seconds later the unrecognizable disc error came up. so naturally i run abgx again and sure enough new ap2.5 data found. piss off. so now i can run my newly backed up blackops, but am afraid to ever go back online in fear having been flagged. isnt there some sort of safety with lt+ or am i f'd
     
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    eebeejay Regular member

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    Use XvaL to check and see if you're flagged.

    Not going back online and being banned are essentially the same thing, right?
     
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    The ap2.5 didn't change. They simply moved where it was on the disc. If the game booted on 1.9 it will boot on 1.9.1. Probably your laser.
     
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    ran xval and guess what? ap2.5 failed. must have been pre 1.9 but disc isnt that old, oh well that box is gone to a good internetless home now. FTR i signed into live out of curosity and no instant ban.

    the only thing i need to know now is if the hard drive is ok to use on an unflagged system. i got rid of the xbox but still have the harddrive
     
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    If AP2.5 failed, then any saves that you have on your hard drive will be corrupt on a non-flagged system (from my experience). Just format the drive (erases all saves & DLC) with your new 360, and it will become usable again, and your saves will work.
     

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