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Old Apr 03, 2003, 08:33 AM
ThE SnAkE ThE SnAkE is offline
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Question enigma final xbox and evo-x (game copy problem to hd)

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i tried copying TAO FENG to the harddrive of an enigma final modded xbox through the 'game management' utility on evo-x.

when it finished copying and i power off the xbox and back on, i see the game in the menu and i select it. but it stays freezing on 'evolution x' menu? i dont understand , when i copied on my other xbox through boxplorer it works fine.

does anyone know what the problem is?
Old Apr 03, 2003, 05:59 PM
Brandogg Brandogg is offline
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You need to patch that game.
Old Apr 04, 2003, 04:24 PM
ThE SnAkE ThE SnAkE is offline
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so its only certain games and not all? and its a modchip related problem.
Old Apr 04, 2003, 07:51 PM
freakit freakit is offline
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check the sticky to see all the games that need patching.

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