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Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by zman503, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. zman503

    zman503 Member

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    So hey, gotta helluva deal on xbox 360 with lt 3.0 and a ton of already burned games. the problem that I'm having is that my friend who I got them from doesn't remember which ones are stealth with abgx and which ones aren't. so my question is, is there some sort of a program out there I can put on my pc that can tell me if the disk itself is already stealth patched? I tried using ABGX buy loading disc, and selecting drive and game ,and I get a UDF file with audio and video_ts folders as well as $ystem info folder? If anybody has any guidance let me know please. I'm not really a noob so straight talk would be cool. Thanx a million


    Zman out!
     
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    Fire up abgx360 and on the main screen at the top-left, there is a drop-down list called "Input". Select "Burned DVD" from that list, then select whichever DVD drive has the disc in it from the drop-down list below that (if you have more than one DVD drive in your PC) and then hit "Launch".

    If the game needs patching, you will need to rip it to an ISO using ImgBurn in read mode, run it through abgx360 to patch it, then burn the ISO with ImgBurn.

    BTW, it's better to use thread titles that actually describe your problem as people are more likely to answer. Also, the mods tend to lock threads that don't have relevant thread titles (just for future reference).
     
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    Does nobody on here know how to use the quote button? lol.

    If the game is a backup, it's recognised by a regular DVD burner. Obviously if it's an original disc you have no need to run it through abgx360.
     
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    Really thought u had to have a samsung model drive. Or the swap dual layer method with taking the top off the drive
     
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    Jurassic.
     
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    Take the cap locks off you're hurting my ears.
     
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    Older.
    The old Kreon would be Jurassic, the disc swap method would be proteozoic.

    Do you even need to check for stealth patching? If you don't go online stealth patching is useless, also if the old owner already played these games on this box.
     
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    Thaks funksoulb, worked perfect!
     
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    No worries man!
     

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