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Saturday, May 04, 2002
X-BOX backups released (?)


There has been rumours about it and finally here it is. Several XBox games have been ripped and released into the undergroup scene. A group called ProjectX claims they will play in developer Xbox's only for now until someone releases modchips...

As the released .nfo file said:

"...We tested this game on a developer XBOX, and it works. Since there is no mod chip yet, we have no idea if this release will work on retail XBOXes when/if a mod comes out. However, now that there is a release, a modchip developer will be inclined to get our releases to work, so we think a future mod will work with this release.

If a game is small enough to be burned to a CD, you can burn it to either a CD or DVD, at your option, using the same ISO file. The Xbox does not use media checks like the PS2.

When burning to a CD, if your CD burning program has an option, choose "MODE1/2048", exactly as if you were burning a PC CD-ROM. We recommend PrimoDVD for burning Xbox for both CD and DVD, but all CD writing software besides Clone CD should work fine.From our experience, the retail Xbox can only read DVD-RW's and CD-RW's, so if you want to be sure that these will work with a future mod, we recommend burning them to Rewritable discs. We have heard reports of the retail Xbox reading some types of DVD-R discs, but we have been unable to verify this..."


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