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#1 Cg006

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Posted 22 November 2003 - 03:29 AM

Ok..i finally got my mod working and all, i know how to ftp games, make isos, burn, etc............now i have a question? I have some old games i backed up a long time abo (crazy taxi 3, robotech,dead to rights) that i have on cdrws. Is there a way i can make a 1:1 copy on my pc? I tried using the Stomp record max app following the instructions form the awesome tutorials on this website, buti cant get it to work. I cant remember what "way" the images were made, since i have got them of thenet and just burned the images.....And i have a nother question(guess i lied about the 1 question) i have like 2 games i have backed up on DVD using the XboxGDF Image route(not UDF), will i be able to make a copy of these? Or will i have to do the whole Ftp thin all over again for these games (and the cdrw ones too). Thanx in advance for any helpful input, and flaming is welcomed. I tried, not im stumped, i need a little "enlightment" uhh.gif

#2 Mr Ed

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Posted 22 November 2003 - 02:14 PM

You should be able to copy backups (even though the files on them don't show up on your computer) by using most burning software and simply selecting "disc copy."

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Posted 22 November 2003 - 02:33 PM

does anybody know or heard when the xecuter 3 will be avail. for purchase and how much it will cost?

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Posted 22 November 2003 - 04:13 PM

no, no, and why did you post in this forums/thread?




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