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Discussion in 'Xbox 360' started by disalarms, Mar 11, 2014.

  1. disalarms

    disalarms Newbie

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    How do I make a iso file of a game disk I bought. I tried using dvd decrypter, otherwise image burn comes up with cant copy a protected disc
     
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    richietea Regular member

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    BenQ VAD6038 or a Lite-On DG-16D2S drive from an xbox 360.Benq and lite-on is found in a phat model also 0800 modded firmware needs to be flashed onto either drive.You need Xbox backup creator to rip the disc/s and a lot of patience.Make sure you are allowed to create legal backup in your region due to copyright infringements.
     
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    not sure what you mean & what would the step by step procedure be? Also where do I get Xbox backup creator. Is it software
     
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    richietea Regular member

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    Impressive that by 2012 somebody still recommended Kreon. Those drives don't rip XGD3 and AP2.5 and maybe some more stuff. So no, with that tutorial you won't get an accurate rip. You need an 0800v3 drive, but BenQ and LiteOn aren't the only drives. You can also get a Phillips DROM 6316 and hard-modify it slightly, that's what I did some time ago. Those drives are almost identical with BenQ VAD6038 drives, just for PC.
     
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    Ok, thanks. But from what I am beginning to understand, its going to cost money & a bit of a pain in the Ass. Their doesn't seem to be a quick simple solution, unlike for DVD Movies.
     
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    Instead of constantly ripping into peoples threads with such negativity Eisherz why don't you post a link yourself to an updated Tutorial? I wasn't expecting the original OP to take it word for word,just to grab the basic concept of what ripping backups involves.From there he can do his own research.Your comments make no contribution as i have already mentioned 2 drives with 0800 firmware that can rip.Just to make you happy here is a link with AP2.5 and Xgd3 mentioned....

    http://team-xecuter.com/forums/showthread.php?t=61646
     
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    You talk about me being negative? Guess what would have happened if the OP really bought a Kreon drive because of your bs tutorial link? "Here's a tutorial link that will describe everything." Yea, sure. Also your very first post in this toppic was already wrong, the Lite-On DG-16D2S is not from a slim model. BenQ VAD6038 and Lite-On DG-16D2S were the last two drive models used for Xbox 360 phat. The slim used the Lite-On DG-16D4S, which so far has no 0800 firmware (and afaik is a pain to flash). Plus your little tutorial link said absolutely noting about ABGX360 (which is another thing the OP should google) for checking for corruptions in your rips. I don't spoonfeed noobs anymore, atleast not with questions that seem to get asked every other week, that's why I didn't search for any tutorial links. So get your head out of your a$$ and stop attacking me, atleast as long as you seem to know close to nothing about what you're trying to talk about.
    You can comment on this or not, I won't answer you anymore, especially because for the OP this whole thing seems to be done anyways, because it's costly and some work to do.
     
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    Can anyone help, I've been trying to burn an xbox game I used abxg to stealth it successfully but problem I had is when I was burning it with image burn my dvd+r dl wasn't big enough so ha to overturn, on 89% it failed summit to do with missing sections could this be due to the overturn and how do I fit the game onto the dvd. Thanks
     
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    Never do whats called a hijack of another members thread (asking for help in someone elses thread) instead web search for an answer first,if you can't find the answer then & only then make a new topic

    ok that outta the way here's what you need,read it carefully
    the norm for discs is use verbatim from singapore do not use memorex
    http://www.realmodscene.com/index.php?/topic/16-how-to-burn-xgd3-games-tutorial-with-pictures/
     
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    Also seeing that the question has been asked almost 2 months ago without receiving a response and the one asking has not been active later at all I think that he won't read the answers now.
     
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    Doh!! didn't notice the date
     
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    Whenver we want to have an argument with each other, if its between two people, its better to use PMs and work it out because what is being discussed becomes lost especially if the OP no longer receives a proper flowup. (Correct me if a am wrong, I dont think we have a PM system here at afterdawn, just posting on user profile page conversations)

    I've been away for so long due to the changes afterdawn went through.
     
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    the old style site there was pm function,can't find it in the new
     

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