Hacking Playing Xbox Live Indie games through Aurora?

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I have an RGH 360 Slim and the latest Aurora Dash, and while Indie games show up in the menu, launching any of them doesn't work.

How can I get these to work? 360 games, XBLA games, apps, and emus have no problem launching.

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Did you copy the games to a random folder and pointed Aurora to there or did you copy them with 360 content manager?

Indie games are supposed to go into the Content folder of your harddrive.
360 content manager automatically uploads everything via FTP in the appropriate folders.
 

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Damn, I thought Indie games could be in their own folder. I hope that I can still have them show up in the Indie section in Aurora after copying them to the content folder...
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With that I mean the general folder where indie games are being placed in the content folder ;p
It's one central folder that holds all the indie games, it should be in the content\0000000000000000\ folder.
360 content manager also lists the folder structure of each indie game.
 

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With that I mean the general folder where indie games are being placed in the content folder ;p
It's one central folder that holds all the indie games, it should be in the content\0000000000000000\ folder.
360 content manager also lists the folder structure of each indie game.
I placed some of them there. Same result.

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Where do I install this to?

Thanks for the download. I have been looking for this all over.

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Eh, copy it with 360 content manager to the 360.
It auto places it in the correct place.
The content manager only works with FSD, correct? I have no idea how to set up FSD with Content Manager. I thought I could just copy that title update file to a specific folder via FTP.
 
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I believe you can also connect it to Aurora.
Never tried it as FSD is superior to Aurora imho.

Anyway, TU should go in: Hdd1\Content\0000000000000000\584E07D2\000B0000\
Double checked it to be sure haha.

I have Hdd1\Content\0000000000000000\584E07D2, but no 000B000 folder.

I created the 000B000 folder and copied that file into it, but same result when trying to launch any Indie game.
 
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Have you followed this tut on how to setup a freshly hardware hacked machine?
If not then I suggest taking the launch.ini file and replacing it with your own.
It should eliminate most if not all issues.

Make sure to edit it so it points to your custom path where you got Aurora.

I believe Content manager also works with Aurora.
It basically connects via SMB.
 
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