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Step-by-step guide to backing up my 360 games using 'Samsung SH-D162C DVD-Rom drive' and XBC v2.4

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by atomick, Mar 28, 2007.

  1. atomick

    atomick Regular member

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    Can anyone please explain or link me to a forum/site that has the easy step-by-step guide to backing up my 360 games using the 'Samsung SH-D162C DVD-Rom drive' and Xbox Backup Creator v2.4.

    Thanks
     
  2. atomick

    atomick Regular member

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    PS: The Samsung SH-D162C DVD-Rom drive is flashed with KREON firmware
     
  3. kian3010

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    II. Dumping the .iso and .dvd files
    -Create an empty folder in your documents to put the .dvd and .iso file in-
    1. Insert an original Xbox 360 game into the Samsung pc drive
    2. Start Xbox Backup Creator v2.3
    3. Select your Samsung drive in the pull down menu
    4. Click options and set Block and Sector Retry Limit to 5
    5. Also set Drive Specific to sh-d162c and the Xbox 360
    6. Click Read and then click start for Complete Backup
    7. Select your file location and type in the name of the game
    8. The process can take around 30 minutes then it will prompt you when finished

    III. Burning the .dvd game file
    1. Open Imgburn
    2. Click Tools, then settings, then the write option
    3. Click Layer Break Options for DL media
    4. Click User Specified
    5. Type 1913760 in the blank sectors box
    6. Click please select a file and find the .dvd file that is 20-40 bytes in size (move cursor over the icon gather size information
    7.On the bottom right click write speed and change to 4x
    8. Finally click the big file to dvd button on the bottom left corner
    9. If you choose to verify the burn after completion you will get several errors, just hit cancel and as long as the burn is a 100% it will work even if Imgburn thinks it will not
    10. Do not wory about booktype crap because the pioneer 111d takes care of that automatically

    Taken from another post.
     
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    XBC 2.5 is out.
     
  5. atomick

    atomick Regular member

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    Do I have to BURN with Imgburn???
    Can I use Nero?
     
  6. mikeismad

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    chill with the bold, and use nero if you want, but have you seen a tutorial saying to burn with nero? dont think so, its a good way to make a coaster mr attitude.
     
  7. atomick

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    CloneCD worked like a dream!
    A lot less complicated than ImgBurn.
     
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    ok let me understand because im a rookie in the xbox360 area... I need a samsung sh D162C with 0.81 firmware to extract the image of ISO file from a original game and then i need the pionner burner to burn thats image to my DVD DL media?

     
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    to extract yes, to burn no, you can use any dual layer burner
     
  10. atomick

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    I have a NEC ND-6500A DVD Burner and that burnt the game fine!

    Guys I have 2 questions:
    1 – I was told by someone I had to go into XBC 'options and set the Block and Sector Retry Limit to 5'. Why and is that right?
    2 – I was told by someone else on XBC do I HAVE to go to the drive tools tab and click the unlock drive button? What does that do?

    I ask this because both people didn’t mention these 2 different steps in each other’s methods. Just wondered if I have to do them both?

    (To be honest I was emailed instructions2 after I burnt a game ‘Dead Rising’ – I did set my Block and Sector Retry Limit to 5 but I never clicked the unlock drive button. The game loaded fine but does that mean I cocked up somewhere and the game will freeze at some point during play?)
     

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