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xISO game won't start in xbox

Discussion in 'Xbox - Backup discussion' started by jopies, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. jopies

    jopies Member

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    Hi, I downloaded two different games by torrent, and already played them from my hd of my xbox via FTP (so the games work), but now I want them on a dvd.

    I burnt the [bold]xISO[/bold] files on dvd-rw such as described on several guides from the internet. I tried NERO and DVDdecrypter.

    My xbox recognized the dvd (SO that is not the problem) but the game doesn't start. The xbox (running xbmc) only restarted. Also when I selected default.xbe when the dvd was in the tray.

    I tried QWIX and ISOcraction to patch the .xbe files, but it doesn't make sense.

    Does somebody knows a solution for this problem?
    Thanks JOPIES
     
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    Did you finalize the disc? It sounds like your disc may still be open (since it is a rewritable).
     
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    I burnt a new one with Nero 6, I finalized the disc. But it still doens't work.
    Is a new version of XBMC an option??

    Greetz Jopies
     
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    hmmm. maybe try usin craxtion4 to make the Xiso.
     
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    YES, it works, I used DVD-r instead of DVD-rw and the game works.

    Thank you all for your replys.

    Jopies
     

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