Hello everyone. I'm fairly new to this, although I have flashed 2 360s and 1 xbox1 before. I have a Samsung MS25. The SATA port I'm using is on my motherboard which is an ASROCK 939Dual-SATA2.
Anyways, I have an original copy of an xbox1 game that is
on the compatibility list for 360, but the game is very scratched and does not run. Since I own the game, I downloaded a version of the game through a torrent that has been known to work. So the possibility of the game being corrupt or a different region (which it isn't, my 360 and the game are both ntsc) is very slim.
So I put the game in, and it bluntly says "this game cannot play." I'm not at my console right now, so I do not know word-for-word off the top of my head. I am currently using iXtreme 1.4. I did some research and, if I'm correct, the iXtreme firmware does not support burnt xbox1 games. This means I need the Xtreme firmware.
Now I've done about 8 hours worth of googling over the weekend about this topic and I've read MTKFLASH is the way to go, or to take my orig.bin, use the "make firmware" tool, and "replace" my backup on my flash drive and restore the backup version. I attempted both of these options, but when it goes to perform the action, it just hangs at the actual flashing part. It does not mess my current firmware up, meaning it doesn't do anything, but I'm not really sure as to how to fix this.
So I guess my real question would be: How do I flash Xtreme 3.3 onto my drive with my current hacked firmware? If it makes any difference, I used iPrep to create a USB boot drive to install my iXtreme firmware. Any help is great help, and I'm sorry if this was kind of a nooby post or has been explained somewhere. I've spent all weekend searching around for an answer and haven't found one, so if anyone knows a link, I would greatly appreciate it.