So, hypothetically speaking of course, if I somehow had compressed, successfully ripped game files on my Mac (I'm not sure of the file extension, i believe it's .rar), I would still not be able to burn them to a DL DVD? Basically, let's skip the ripping process altogether. If I were to obtain (through my friend, of course, hypothetically speaking again) the files he ripped, I would still not be able to burn them to DVD using my Mac?
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Well there is only a certain number of xbox games that work on the xbox 360 but you need to be on xbox live to update and even then it might not be supported here is the list of xbox games that can be played on xbox 360.http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/how-to/play-original-games
Your xbox games? Going online with the console may fix the problem there also is a way to patch the iso to make the games work on the xbox360. This requires backing them up to your computer and saving them to a iso file then patching it with the patcher. The patcher can be found online its called from_xbox_to_xbox360.rar It teaches everything there is about getting your backup to play on xbox 360. I'm unsure if this patcher requires your xbox 360 to be modded. If you mod your xbox 360 you could get banned from xbox.
Best possible solution is to see if you can get an update for the game you are trying to play through xbox live. Some games will play if they are compatible.
There is a slide setting thing on your av cord that gives you the option of using TV or HDTV (look near the end of the cord that slides into the XBOX 360), You will see two choices for settings on the cord "TV" or "HDTV".
Just make sure that you have it on the correct setting. I had the smae problem. My XBOX 360 is not hooked up to HDTV, so for me it should stay on TV. But somehow when I took out the cord I accidently slide it to HDTV.
I simply slide it back to the "TV" Setting and in about 30 seconds it worked perfectly.
1st reason: macs cannot deal with all the data at once and would die.
2nd reason: there is no software as of yet to rip games without having the correct kreon drive or a 360 drive plugged into a pc.
3rd reason:i dont think macs an run 360 backup creator.
If the game is in ISO format you can burn it waith imgburn or clonecd.If your wanting to burn from an original then you have to network the 360 to your pc then use the 360 to rip the game to your comp as an iso format.
What you have to do, is clean the "eye" the thing under the disk tray that reads the game, you probabley got that dirty or damaged somehow. Try spraying compressed air into the open disk tray to get any quick dust off. if that does not work then try finding other ways to clean it or call 1-800-4my-xbox and have microsoft check out the system to see whats wrong with it