Hey guys. Well lately i've been burning a heckofalot of games for the 360. And i was a little out of date when it came to what to use to check if the isos are good or not. So, i just recently found out about the abgx360 (used mulleter before). Anyways what i did was i copied the image files from my already burnt games so i could burn them for my friend aswell, while doing this i thought i could always check with abgx just in case, luckily though none of my burnt games had any fault whatsoever...except one. I had played rock band a lot before i got live and now that i have live all i did was reburn a good copy of the game. (abgx said something about some video thingie or something needed fixing). But here's my question. I've read somewhere that you don't need to play the "badly burnt" game the time you get banned, it could very well happen sometime after, even though you're playing on a new "good burned" copy of it. And i was just wondering if this is true? And if so, do i need to format my 360 in order to make it secure?