Can't burn Xbox 360 games

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Mar 9, 2010

Can't burn Xbox 360 games by Rock Raiyu at 3:02 AM (1,099 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Rock Raiyu
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    Don't know what is going on with the DVD drive but I can't seem to burn 360 games. I hate using IMGBurn cause it always gives me an error so I use Xbox Backup Creator which worked flawlessly until today. This is the error I'm speaking of:

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    Is there any way I can fix this? Or is there an alternative I can use cause I want to play Final Fantasy XIII.
     
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    Most likely it's your burner. Burning 360 games wears dvd drives down really fast. If you're gonna get a new burner get one from pioneer they typically work best for DLs.
     
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    Unfortunately its a laptop burner and I don't know even if I buy a new one if it would work on my laptop. Think I should just call Dell up and see what they have to say?
     
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    Yea, but be sure to tell them your trying to burn a copy of Final Fantasy 13 first.
     
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    You can replace the DVD drive in a laptop fairly easily, it is not as nice as a regular desktop but not that bad:
    http://www.ehow.com/how_5108151_replace-dv...ive-laptop.html

    Not sure about Dell off the top of my head by many laptop DVD drives use the same connectors internally.

    Option 2 is buy a caddy- all the reliability/ease of a desktop drive and you can stash it when you need to.

    On the other hand that could be an iso problem- did you run it through ABGX360?
     

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