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Old Dec 30, 2002, 02:05 PM
tiger701 tiger701 is offline
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Forgot to mention i use same program same speed and same disks as i do for buring iso's from other sources, so why does it not work when i back games up myself.

Old Dec 30, 2002, 04:41 PM
arthur_p_huxake arthur_p_huxake is offline
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hi all, i've ripped crash and pgr, no probs!, they do not have disc protection of any kind!...most of u guys probs are due to bad rips!...when ftping those games over to ur pc's sommat has fuk'd up!...0-byte folders and files! them again!, folder-by-folder, file-by-file if u gotta!...


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Old Dec 31, 2002, 08:51 AM
derekmartin666 derekmartin666 is offline
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thanks for the reply mate, at least we know its not the games protected.
ok , usually i just right click on the game(on flashfxp) and transfer altogether. Maybe as you say, take folder by folder. I'll try this at the moment and report back.
Do you transfer folder to folder?


Old Jan 01, 2003, 11:15 AM
derekmartin666 derekmartin666 is offline
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transfered file to file,! blooming ages!! anyway, still the same freezing on the same points as before.
time i pull my hair out!
anybody any ideas??

Old Jan 01, 2003, 01:34 PM
Smiffy280361 Smiffy280361 is offline
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I'm new to the Xbox scene but was having probs backing up Morrowind, I ftp'd from Xbox to PC and created xISO and burnt with Prassi Primo 2 but game would fail to load at all, found this method on another site and used it with Morrowind, game loads and plays no probs,hopefully may help you

-= By Xbox-Genius =-
Ok first we start with the simple stuff.

Xbox "retail" DVD's cannot be read in your PC, nor can you copy them on your PC.

You must insert the "retail" DVD into your Xbox with Evolution-X running from the hard drive.

Once you do this, you then run FLASHXP on your PC to connect to your XBOX.

In flash XP open up the D:\ drive on your Xbox and you will see the contents of the retail DVD.

You then SELECT ALL and TRANSFER the files into a folder on your PC.

After it is done, exit FLASHXP.

Put a new DVD blank in your DVD recorder.

Start up RecordNowMax and select "New Job/ Data Disk".

Make RecordNowMax NOT take up the entire screen, so you can see "My Computer".

Open "My Computer" and find the folder you download the files to via FTP.

DOUBLE CLICK on that folder to open it (you are "moving into" it...).

With the folder open hit SELECT ALL. (CTRL-A)

DRAG AND DROP everything into the right hand "spreadsheet" type window in RecordNowMax.

Hit burn, watch some tv.


Old Jan 02, 2003, 05:24 AM
derekmartin666 derekmartin666 is offline
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ok mate, ill try that method, thanks for replying,
once i find recordnowmax, ill let you know the results..


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