I backed up my NBA Live 2004 disc to my HDD, and the game seems to have crashed my entire system. After the game finishing copying over, the list in the game management on HD screen said "No name found on XBE file" (or something like this). This seemed strange, as I had never witnessed a message like that before. So, when I reset my system to play the game, I noticed that everything had gone horribly awry. The bootup is now incredibly slow, and the menu graphics show up VERY slowly. Also, in my list of actions to choose from, DVD Region Free Player shows up in RED rather than the normal white. I cannot access the games list, and I cannot get into the system settings either. I tried to FTP into the Xbox like I used to do in order to try and remove the game, but my Xbox does not seem to respond to the FTP transfer anymore. I had 4.6GB free when I tried to put on this 2.8GB game. Could that lack of hard drive space be the problem? Has anyone else heard of this or seen this? My hard drive is a 120GB Maxtor, if that makes a difference. PLEASE HELP!!!