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says my evox iso disc is dirty or damaged

Discussion in 'Xbox - Software discussion' started by trustco76, Aug 15, 2004.

  1. trustco76

    trustco76 Guest

    hi i have been trying to solve this problem for a while i found cd-r's that my xbox reads and ive been using them for my ISO disc i have tryed my programs like Qwix,Craxtion,xiso, and alot more but none of them work i get this message saying my disc is dirty or damaged and i have been coping everything perfect(according to xbox-scene.com) PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. MW-Shorty

    MW-Shorty Member

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    To my knowledge, an xbox can't read CDR's. I use CDRW's, and they work fine for me.
     
  3. gsuscrazy

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    yea, it depends on your drive. the "thompson" drive is the big piece of crap that wont work with nothin, but the samsung will actually read cd-r's...most of the time. As for this problem you are having, try cd-rw, but i gotta ask, what are you trying to make, is it a dashboard? if so, did you edit the INI files...um..but yea, try the cd-rw's. that should work...when u reply list what chip u got, what iso image u are trying to make, that might help us shed light on the situation.
     
  4. trustco76

    trustco76 Guest

    I have been using CD-RW's but they dont even work.im trying to get the evox dashboard to come up.I have a Samsung DVD-Rom in my xbox witch reads most cd-rs so that wouldnt mess it up!! PLZ SOMEONE WHO HAS HAD A PROBLEM LIKE THIS ANSWER ME.
     
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    use memorex cd-rw's only. or dvd-r's if your a rich kid

    also, if your using cd-rw's, you'll have to "pad" your cd's with any big file (ie: >= 100MB)

    especially if yours using the v1 or v2 xbox. the dvdroms suck in those machines
     
  7. FullySik

    FullySik Guest

    i have phillipsp drive and i use TDK cd-rw and it works perfectly for emulators, evox anything u just need to make an iso of evox.
    if u did and it still doesn't work use TDK because i made a copy of evox for my friend using TDK cd-rw and it works perfectly on his thompson drive
     

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