Dec 23 2002, 02:12 AM
I have only burned 2 games succesfully, Ive burned MVC2:AOH and WhiteoutUSA. I deleted WhiteoutUSA and tried 2 more games, and they dont work. Can the xbox load games even after you have burned another on before? I totally deleted that shit in Nero, not a quick delete but the full delete...
Dec 23 2002, 02:15 AM
yes u can, sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't, try using another program like recordnow and see what results u get, also when using nero make sure u finalize the disc.
Dec 23 2002, 04:49 AM
Still aint working.
Dec 23 2002, 05:20 AM
Are you trying to burn CD-RW,DVD-RW, or DVD+RW? I have a DVD +RW drive and have tried about half a dozen different +RW's and have found only one type to work somewhat reliable.
I have only gotten Riteks +RW to work on my box and with that, the games might boot one in eight times on the first try. They eventually boot.
The only real suggestion i got is if your mod chip supports the eject trick is to boot off an Evo-X cd then insert your game and run the default XBE off it.
Dec 23 2002, 06:30 AM
Im talking about CD-RW. Its the Memorex 4x 700 80 min cds. I just tried to burn in nero and put finalize, ill try that recordnow right now.
Dec 23 2002, 06:58 AM
|QUOTE (whoreable @ Dec 22 2002, 11:30 PM)|
| Im talking about CD-RW. Its the Memorex 4x 700 80 min cds. I just tried to burn in nero and put finalize, ill try that recordnow right now. |
memorex have been giving me problems too. Either that, or it's shitty rips.
Iv'e got the same cdrws as you do. Splinter cell, pulse racer and Bond 007: Agent under fire have booted with no problems. whacked and this wwf game both refused to get past a certain point.
Dec 23 2002, 07:42 AM
Allright Thanks, im trying to burn Slam Tennis....Well for x-mas my mom is getting me a 120GB WD HD so i wont have to use CDS anymore
Dec 23 2002, 08:07 AM
Allright, I burned in that new program, it booted up on cd and the game loaded but it said the disc is dirty or damaged so maybe its a bad rip, im gonna try a game that i know works.
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