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Patching old discs for xgd3 lt 3.0+

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by blogFool, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. blogFool

    blogFool Member

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    Hi,

    I now updated my console to lt 3.0+. I have to I think now update my games with abgx 1.06.

    My question, can I somehow copy the image from old backups, patch it, and burn it on a new disk?
     
  2. steo2k8

    steo2k8 Regular member

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    Yeah just rip the game then run it through abgx then burn it again.
     
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    Rip the disc to an ISO using ImgBurn in read mode. Run the ISO through abgx360 to patch it and create a .DVD file. Burn as normal.
     
  4. blogFool

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    How do I rip again? I tried "write from disk" and it gives me a .iso, but then abgx360 complains that:

    http://postimage.org/image/kp7wfgxtj/
     
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    That occurs if you originally burned the disc using the truncate method. XGD3 games are too large to fit on a dual layer disc when burned using the normal method, so before Burner Max was available, the only way to burn XGD3 games was to truncate them, i.e. to cut the last few percent of the ISO off. Once that few percent has been cut off, you can't get it back.

    If a game is burned with Burner Max, then the full ISO is burned to the disc and you don't get that problem.

    You're going to have to rip your original again so that the ISO is the full 8.13 GB before you run it through abgx360.
     
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    ok cool thanks
     

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