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Would this work?

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by callum367, Apr 23, 2007.

  1. callum367

    callum367 Member

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    Hey people,
    Im thinking of trying something, but im not sure if it will work.
    Im not sure but I think I might be able to play gamecube games on the 360 without the need for an emulator or anything like that.

    1st of all, to burn 360 games with a NME chip you need to patch the ISO. So what if I ripped a gamecube ISO using an LG-8164B & then patched it with the NME patcher program. Then burnt it onto a DVD+R & put it into my 360 (which has a NME in it).

    Anyone think that would work, I think its a long shot but would it be worth it?
     
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    i doubt very highly that it would work. Most games systems have their own programing format. That is why they only play on that system and not others.
     
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    It could work though, because the NME program should it make it readable in my 360
     
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    It has nothing to do with making a disc readable. The game is programed for a different machine.
     

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