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hello I have an xbox 360 with rgh/jtag and I have a game in xbla format and I would like to know how to install it in the simplest way either internally or externally, I tried to search and in certain subjects people we have numbers in the directory but not me for this I ask how it goes suddenly, for example my game the name of the folder "name of the game", and the files are inside like default.xex

from there how does it work in xbox?

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Those are jtag rips. They can be placed anywhere on the drives, just link to them with your database, then scan.
I don't know how to copy or transfer even for an xbla format because it's not me who modified the console, for the game never released the prototype of the goldeneye xbla version like on this video
 

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I don't know how to copy or transfer even for an xbla format because it's not me who modified the console, for the game never released the prototype of the goldeneye xbla version like on this video
you can ftp or transfer them to an external/internal hdd. it might be easiest to use 360 content manager, which ironically, I've never used. however, I know it makes things very easy for noobs. are you using FSD or Aurora? I think both have a content option where you specify a folder or folders where to scan for your content, then just run the scan. it should appear in the right place if Aurora has categories (it does with FSD). I do have goldeneye on my system (named Bean actually after one of the actors iirc). it's kinda easier than even the ps3, because you're not confined to a series of folders for your content, with each being different. they literally can be anywhere.
 
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you can ftp or transfer them to an external/internal hdd. it might be easiest to use 360 content manager, which ironically, I've never used. however, I know it makes things very easy for noobs. are you using FSD or Aurora? I think both have a content option where you specify a folder or folders where to scan for your content, then just run the scan. it should appear in the right place if Aurora has categories (it does with FSD). I do have goldeneye on my system (named Bean actually after one of the actors iirc). it's kinda easier than even the ps3, because you're not confined to a series of folders for your content, with each being different. they literally can be anywhere.
This is correct

DLC has to go to hdd\content\0000000000000000\here

I believe some had stated that you can also run dlc from usb by making Content\0000000000000000\here folder ( I haven't tried this)

You can activate / unlock dlc with dashlaunch and or xm360
 
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This is correct

DLC has to go to hdd\content\0000000000000000\here

I believe some had stated that you can also run dlc from usb by making Content\0000000000000000\here folder ( I haven't tried this)

You can activate / unlock dlc with dashlaunch and or xm360
Afaik, dlc will work from USB if it's an Xbox formatted hdd, but I also haven't tried it. I assume it maps the path when you select a location after booting a game.
 
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