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#1 kingal89

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Posted 13 February 2004 - 12:26 AM

Man this is easier than i thought, and nero can kiss my ass (j/k nero's cool). This is for people who don't have nero and already have roxio cd creator. If you are going out to buy a cd burning software i suggest nero, b/c there are more tuts out there for nero. Anyway here it is step by step follow exactly:

Supplies-

-Cd-rw (Cd-r's will not work in 99.9% of xboxes)
-If you are burning a game you need to use a dvd-r or dvd-rw


1-open up Roxio easy cd creator, and make a data cd

2- Go up to top left corner and click file, then go down to Record CD from CD image and click on it

3- Now go to the folder with all of your nice completed iso's in them. (if you need help making an iso of slayers or evo-x or a game there are plenty of tuts here)

4- Now don't freak out, you can't see the iso's that are in the folder. The reason why is b/c if you look down in the file type box it says "cd image files" the the file extension is .cif. You don't want cif files you want your cool iso files. So click on the down arrow next to the file type box and select "ISO image files". And there ya go. You should now be able to see all of the iso files you made.

5- Now click on the iso file you want to put on the cd, and hit open

6- Your "Record CD setup" should now open!

7- Go to the write speed box and make it the slowest possible setting.

8- Then click "options" and make sure the "record method" is Disk-At-Once

9- In the "Record CD" box make sure that either "record cd" or "test and record cd" is selected. It doesn't matter which one of these two you choose, but "test and record" obviously takes longer, b/c it tests and burns the cd.

10- Now click "start recording"

11- You'll know when the cd is done, then just take it out and stick it in your xbox!!!!

Edited by kingal89, 13 February 2004 - 01:18 AM.


#2 kingal89

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Posted 13 February 2004 - 12:29 AM

Hopefully this can get pinned, b/c i don't see any tuts for burning iso's using anything other than Nero.

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Posted 13 February 2004 - 01:54 AM

I use Roxio to make my game backup disks and it hasn't failed yet.


QUOTE
-If you are burning a game you need to use a dvd-r or dvd-rw


My Thompson reads Memorex dvd+r

Edited by tribefiend, 13 February 2004 - 01:59 AM.


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Posted 13 February 2004 - 02:06 AM

Cool. I hope this tutorial helps the people who don't know how to use Roxio, and are to lazy to go download nero demo version or go buy nero. biggrin.gif

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Posted 13 February 2004 - 03:02 AM

bump bump bumpity bump, come on moderators post this. I'm sure alot of people would like to use Roxio, or not, well at least the people who read this will know what their doing.

#6 yo_homi108

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Posted 13 July 2004 - 08:13 PM

yeah

you guys should definately post this

i have roxio and this helps

......I know this is probably a retarded questions but when you make your game backups... can you run it on a regualr xbox without a modchip and evox or is a modchip required?

sorry about the dumb question but im not sure about this...

also there is a software called "DVD Wizard Pro" that claims it can copy xbox and ps2 games...? huh.gif



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Posted 13 July 2004 - 08:21 PM

you did good but i'm not sure that it should be pinned. we don't want to overcrowd the pinned section. not to offend but most people would be able to figure this out. we don't want to have a tutorial for every possible burning program.

and yo_homi108...this post has been inactive since FEB.




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