Gaming unpatch games?

scizo

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hi , i got an xbox with 1.50 firmware and i been patching my games.

my friend has 1.6 and asked me to burn games for him.

i tried one of my patched games and they dont work on his xbox . how do i unpatch the games so they work. dbz raging blast for example.

call of duty mw2 works on his xbox but doesnt work on mine.


pls help me out ^^
 

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And this people reading is yet another reason why I suggest we never wave patch games.

What is causing your trouble scizo is the "true wave ? compliance" option of the newer firmwares- if a game mastered after a given date is not in the exceptions list but is not of the required wave it will fail to work.

Some of the new wave patchers can patch to any wave so desired but it might be just as easy to use ABGX360 on a ripped iso.
ABGX360 does not come with the wave isos necessary for this (most people only check games or use basic patching) but you can download them,
http://abgx360.net/download.html

You say modern warfare 2 (supposed to be a wave 4 game) works on his but not yours: what have you done to the ISO or what did you download it as.
 

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