Burning Games?

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Nov 11, 2012

Burning Games? by slyr1143 at 10:39 PM (2,563 Views / 0 Likes) 16 Comments

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    Ok I have been looking around this forum and others for a while and am still confused. I just want to be able to burn 360 games to a regular duel layer dvd. I have seen a few tutorials for basic burning but they seem out of date. Can i not just verify the iso with abgx and burn the iso with imgburn at the lowest setting? What exactly is truncating and why would i need to do that if the iso i have fits fine on dl dvds? I really dont care about being banned btw as i will mostly just play single player games anyway. Is there some complete end all tutorial of burning games that is up to date? Thanks.
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    Download ABGX 1.0.6 and set it up.
    Then patch your games (regardless of you not caring about being banned or not)
    Then burn them on a Verbatim dual layer DVD at 2.4x speed.

    Truncating is a method used to burn XGD3 games (8.5 GB) to a regular DVD.
    Forza 4, Cod Blops 2 and Call of something (new game) have CIV checks which check for truncated burns.
    You'll have to have an iHAS burner for those.


    Pretty much every tutorial out there should suffice fine.
    Outdated or not, it's always been the same really.
    Just slect the .dvd file with IMG burn and burn it ;]
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    awesome thanks so much man this is exactly what i was looking for!
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    Dinoh does it matter if the DVDs are +R or -R?
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    Best DVD's are Verbatim DVD+R DL.
    Burn them on 2.4x speed and you should be good to go.

    XGD3 games should be burned on a hacked iHAS.
    If you truncate or overburn them you'll loose the ability to install them on HDD and some games contain CIV checks so if those fail, your 360 is flagged for a ban.

    Games with CIV checks are Forza 4 (100% sure of it) and I think COD BO 2.
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    I hope to burn them using my laptop dvd writer, not really wanting to buy/hack an iHAS drive.

    Is there a way for me to find out if a game is XDG3 or if they're lower?I'm guessing anything new out is going to be XDG3?
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    XGD2 can be burned with any burner but I still advice you to get an IHAS.
    Then you're sure of a quality burn.

    As for finding out.
    Just run it through ABGX.
    It'll tell you if it's XGD3 or not and it'll auto patch it.
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    Just having a look at iHAS burners - am i correct in saying the only come in internal but i can buy a kit to convert to USB?
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    I don't see why they can't go in an external casing.
    As far as I know they can be used externally.

    But yeah.
    If you get an iHAS drive then you're assured of a good burn + you'll never have the problems of Disc Read Errors on half burned XGD3's or non booting discs which have CIV checks (trust me MS will release more and more XGD3 with CIV checks)
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    will dual layer dvd-rw work as well?
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    As long as it's a Verbatim then you're good on it.
    However I'd just go for a normal DVD.

    If you want to rewrite the old games with newer ones I'd recommend against it since it might corrupt.
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    only verbatim works?
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    Others will work as well but Verbatim discs are of an higher quality.
    I recommend them to everyone cause their the most widely used.

    Along with iHAS burners that only work with Verbatims (you can hack it and let it accept other DVD's but if you get bad burns then it's your fault)
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    Just as an update, there's a new program that is not a firmware and is compatible with more drives than BurnerMax firmware. Look up BurnerMAX Payload Tool.
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    More on the BurnerMAX Payload Tool here.

    It is compatible with these drives:
    ASUS DRW-24B5ST 1.00
    PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-219L1.01
    iHAS 122-04C
    iHAP122 W LL06
    Optiarc DVD RW AD-7561A GH09
    Optiarc DVD RW AD-7561S AH03
    Optiarc BD ROM BC-5500s
    TSSTcorp CDDVDW SN-208AB
    Plextor DVDR PX-880SA
    TSSTcorp 208bb
    Pioneer 111D
    Optiarc DVD+-RW AD-7580S FD06
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    Just to update the working/non working drives list:

    REPORTED WORKING

    ASUS DRW-24B1 ST/LT
    ASUS DRW-24B3 ST/LT
    ASUS DRW-24B5 ST/LT
    DELL DH-16ABS
    HP DVD1260i
    HP DVD1270i
    LITE-ON iHAS/iHAP 122-04C
    LITE-ON iHAP 122-04W
    LITE-ON iHAS 322
    LITE-ON iHAS x24 (A)/B/C/DU
    LITE-ON DH-16ABSH11B
    Optiarc AD-7580S
    Optiarc AD-7640A
    Optiarc AD-7740H
    Optiarc BC-5500S
    PIONEER DVR-110D
    PIONEER DVR-111D
    PIONEER DVR-118L
    PIONEER DVR-219L
    PIONEER DVR-TD10RS
    PIONEER DVRTD11RS
    PIONEER S18LBK
    Plextor PX-880SA
    Plextor PX-L890SA
    Slimtype DS8A3S
    Slimtype DS8A5SH
    Slimtype DS8A8SH
    TEAC DV-W524GSB
    TSSTcorp SE-S084B
    TSSTcorp SH-S202
    TSSTcorp SH-S202N
    TSSTcorp SH-S203D
    TSSTcorp SH-222AB
    TSSTcorp SH-223F
    TSSTcorp SH-224BB
    TSSTcorp SN-208AB
    TSSTcorp SN-208BB
    TSSTcorp SH-243N
    TSSTcorp TS-L633B
    TSSTcorp TS-T633C
    TSSTcorp TS-L633J


    REPORTED NOT WORKING

    BENQ 1625
    BENQ 1640
    BENQ 1650
    HL-DT-ST GA32N
    HL-DT-ST GH15F
    HL-DT-ST GH20NS10
    HL-DT-ST GH22NS50
    HL-DT-ST GMA-4082N
    HL-DT-ST GSA-E10N
    HL-DT-ST GSA-H31L
    HL-DT-ST GSA-H42N
    HL-DT-ST GSA-T20L
    HL-DT-ST GT30N
    HL-DT-ST GA32N
    HL-DT-ST GT51N
    HP DVD1040D
    LITE-ON iHAS x24 (A)/Y
    LITE-ON SHW-160P6S
    MATSHITA UJ160
    MATSHITA UJ850S
    MATSHITA UJ860H
    MATSHITA UJ880AS
    MATSHITA UJ8A0AS
    MATSHITA UJ8A2AS
    MATSHITA UJ8A7
    MATSHITA UJ8B0AS
    NEC ND 4550A
    Optiarc AD-5200S
    Optiarc AD-5260S
    Optiarc AD-5280S
    Optiarc AD-5630A
    Optiarc AD-7200A
    Optiarc AD-7241S
    Optiarc AD-7561S/7561A (physical limitations)
    Optiarc AD-7711H
    PIONEER DVR-115D
    PIONEER DVR-212
    PIONEER DVR-218L
    PIONEER DVR-KD08L
    PIONEER DVR-S19LBK
    PIONEER DVR-TD08
    Slimtype DS8A1H
    TSSTcorp SN-S082H
    TSSTcorp SH-S182D
    TSSTcorp SH-S222A
    TSSTcorp SH-S223C
    TSSTcorp TS-H652D

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