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#1 Al1ens

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Posted 04 August 2010 - 11:36 AM

I started doing backups for my 360 (which are fine), and am only now doing my first xbox1, but I'm a little confused by the faqs and tutorials on here.

The process I have used thus far is as follows - Launch Xbc, insert my xbox 1 disc and press start.
I'm getting a 7.28GB iso and a 48k dvd file which is consistent with the guides. So far, so good. *edit: I'm using a SH-D162D*

This is where I'm getting lost. Can I just burn these to a dl verbatim disc and play them in my modded xbox?
I don't know if they will be recognised or if the xbox 1 can handle dl discs. unsure.gif

I have read the tutes say use other programs alongside xbc in order to burn to a single sided dvd, and I've seen guides say right click on the tools page and extract from root folders etc...

I have an iso ready to go, maybe? But I don't know if it's usable. I'm really in need of some assistance.


Edited by Al1ens, 04 August 2010 - 11:41 AM.


#2 Al1ens

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Posted 05 August 2010 - 12:16 PM

Right, done some more digging (hopefully not deeper into a hole) and would appreciate some confirmation.

The 7GB iso of my xbox1 disc created with xbc can be burnt to a dual layer disc in the usual manner and used in my xbox360 as it's a backwards compatible game. No worries.

If I want to create a single layer copy for use in a modded xbox1 console, I have to use an app like xdvdmulleter. I understand this now.

New issue:
Following soso's guide, using the create iso in dvd5 format, I make a 4.37GB file. With no xbox live, do I have to worry about stealth and ss, dmi etc? Can I just burn the mulleted iso to disc and play?
When I've ran the iso through the checks it noted 'video appears perculiar' and some tick boxes were left unchecked. Work or no work?

Then I thought instead of remaking the iso from the xbc extraction, could I rebuild it by using the original disk in my SH-D162D.
Clicking the option load from dvd, the game is recognised and I select create standard xbox disc and it makes the iso. It takes longer than the other method, but the files are the same size. When I open them for inspection in mulleter both versions have the same folders and files etc... I've browsed the contents of each iso, though the tick boxes are different.
Will this ripped iso work?

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 12:52 AM

If you are looking to play backup xbox 1 games on an xbox 1, you need not make 1:1 copies. You simply need DVD2Xbox installed on the xbox to copy the game files off of the original disc, and then build an iso from those files using qwix or craxtion (sp) and then burn on a single layer DVD.

If you want your Xbox 1 copies to work on the 360, I can't help you with that one.

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 03:48 AM

QUOTE(xboxmods2977 @ Aug 6 2010, 11:52 AM) View Post

If you are looking to play backup xbox 1 games on an xbox 1, you need not make 1:1 copies. You simply need DVD2Xbox installed on the xbox to copy the game files off of the original disc, and then build an iso from those files using qwix or craxtion (sp) and then burn on a single layer DVD.


Sure that's one way of doing it, but according to Soso's guide and xdvdmulleter app, not the only way. *edit: insert link* http://forums.xbox-s...howtopic=588763
If I still had my 500gig modded xbox it wouldn't be a problem, but I sold that a few years ago to part fund my 360 purchase.
I'm in the position of having to re-buy an old machine in order to play 3 or 4 games that are not backwards compatible, which I'm happy to do, but I don't want to go overboard on the cost. Basic (ie cheaply as possible) is the keyword here.
I've bought some scummy looking ex-rental originals, and in the poor condition they are in, think it wise to backup for posterity.

Maybe someone with XBC ripping and Mulleter re-building can give some definitive advice and shed some light on the matter?

Edited by Al1ens, 06 August 2010 - 03:55 AM.


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Posted 06 August 2010 - 05:27 AM

Very true. There are a few ways to backup xbox 1 games.

QUOTE(Al1ens @ Aug 6 2010, 04:48 AM) View Post

I don't want to go overboard on the cost. Basic (ie cheaply as possible) is the keyword here.


I do believe single layer DVD's are still much cheaper than DL unless you are saying you already have DL and it would cost you to buy some single layer.

Also, 98% of original xbox games will fit on a single layer DVD so to put them on a dual layer is....I can't fathom it. Must be the penny pincher in me talking. laugh.gif

I just thought of something. No wonder M$ lost their ass producing the xbox. They were using expensive (at the time) dual-layer discs to print 2gb games! jester.gif

Edited by xboxmods2977, 06 August 2010 - 05:54 AM.


#6 Al1ens

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Posted 06 August 2010 - 10:12 AM

The games that are ripped from XBC are 7.2 GB, and according to guides I've seen on here, I believe can be burnt to a DL disc and used in a 360 if backward compatible - Unless confirmed otherwise on here.

As stated previously, a couple of games I have are not BC, so will need to be re-built to a single dvd and used on a yet to be purchased old console.
Obviously I don't want to buy another box and fit a mod if my backups will not work, which is why I got the dirt cheap games before the machine to test out the processes involved.
I'll put the isos on whatever discs they need to be on to work, as this time I won't bother with a HD.

If 'Hello Kitty's roller rescue' wasn't my kids fave game ever, love.gif or if it were on the compatible list I'd just stick with my Jasper and be done.
I just need to know from someone with XBC and Mulleter experience what's the deal?






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