Some years back, my brother got an Xbox 360 and gave it to a guy to flash it. It worked well for a while but one day one of his friends accidentally connected it to the Internet and got the console banned. So when the console got RROD back in 2007 we were left with a useless brick. But recently I found some guides online and successfully fixed it. I downloaded Gears of War 2 and burned it in a DVD+R DL (using abgx360) and it works perfectly. But then I tried burning Red Dead Redemption Game of the Year Edition (this time I used the .dvd file that was with the .iso if it makes any difference) but the console can't read it and it shows up as a DVD movie. So what can I do to make RDR and other backup games work? I don't know what kind of hack that guy used (and I can't find him anywhere). I do know that the console is an old Xenon model (it uses component cables), it has a Toshiba/Samsung TS-H943A DVD drive and the dashboard version is 2.06717.0. I also have some .bin files that he told my brother to keep if that helps. Lastly, playing original store bought games shouldn't be a problem right?