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Burned cd's hello all, how can i use burned cd's??.. best adi

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U should get a chip good luck

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I burned a game for my xbox it saysplay game but it send me right back to the dashboard

Unless you've modded your xbox it will not play burned games. There's a second layer of data that burning will not add that exists on the original discs. The Xbox is looking for this second layer of data to verify that the disc is original.

May 04, 2014 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Xbox 360 update error is this: status code: 22FB - 351F - B900 - 0402 - C000 - 0001 just wont update

There are two ways around this.Both you will need a pc.

Log into x box live and find system updates.Download and save to my documents or desktop,somewhere you can find them easy.

1 use a usb flash drive to download too.Then upload it into the x box.

2 Or burn the update to a cd or dvd and run it on the x box .

Sep 27, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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The x box says system update stopped..what has happened? how do i fix it?

Came across a link that might be of some use to you, here's what it says:

Get Updates for Your Xbox 360 Console There are three ways to get updates for your Xbox 360 console:
Update through Xbox LIVE. Copy update to a USB Flash Drive. Burn a DVD or CD. Update through Xbox LIVE
Getting the update free on Xbox LIVE is the best option because your console will be automatically updated as new system software is released.
To update your Xbox 360 console on Xbox LIVE, you must have an Xbox LIVE account with either a Gold or Silver membership, and a broadband Ethernet connection.
To update on Xbox LIVE: Connect your Xbox 360 console to your broadband connection. If your console is not connected already, see Connect to Xbox LIVE. Note Your console will be restarted when you join Xbox LIVE, so be sure to save your game progress. Create an Xbox LIVE membership or add one to your offline profile, if you haven't already. Go to the Marketplace area of the Xbox Dashboard and select Join Xbox LIVE. Follow the steps for creating a profile. You can also add an Xbox LIVE membership to an existing profile by selecting Join LIVE from the Xbox LIVE area of the Xbox Dashboard. You may be asked to update the software on your console. Select Yes and wait for the update to finish. Future updates will be installed automatically, as long as you are signed into Xbox LIVE. Copy the Update to a USB Flash Drive
If you don't have an Xbox LIVE account or have a slow Internet connection, using a USB flash drive is a good option.
Note: The USB flash drive must use the FAT32 file system.
Update using a USB flash drive:
Connect your USB flash drive to a USB port on your computer. Click here to begin downloading the update folder. Save it as "$" anywhere on your computer. Unzip the File. Copy the contents from the unzipped folder onto the root of your flash drive. Safely remove the flash drive from your computer and plug it into a USB port on your Xbox 360 console. If your console is on, turn it off, then back on. The update program will start automatically. Select Yes, update now. When you see the new dashboard, you're done. Burn a DVD or CD
Your other option is to download a file from and burn a DVD or CD. Use this method if you don't have your console connected to broadband, or if you use a dialup connection to the Internet. You could even do this at a friend's house who has a broadband Internet connection and a DVD or CD burner.
To create an update disc you need the following:
A DVD or CD burner. A blank, writeable DVD or CD. The update file from This procedure involves burning the DVD or CD by using Microsoft Windows DVD or CD burning software. If you're using third-party CD/DVD writing software, follow the instructions for creating a data disc.
The same steps apply whether burning a CD or a DVD.
To create a DVD or CD:
Click here to begin downloading the update folder. Save it as "$" anywhere on your computer. Place a blank disc in your burner. From Windows Explorer, select Open Writable CD Folder Using Windows Explorer or open the CD drive icon. Open (double click) the zipped $ folder and drag the contents of the zipped folder to the root of the CD Folder. If the CD write window doesn't open by default, drag and drop the folder onto the CD/DVD RW drive. Note If you are using an earlier version of Windows you will need to open the file using a separate utility (for example, WinZip). In the Explorer window, click Write files to CD from the CD writing tasks or right-click the CD/DVD RW drive and select Write these files to CD. Caution The update filename and folder structure must be intact for the update to run properly. Follow the steps in the CD wizard. When you are finished with the wizard, the CD will eject. Your CD is ready. To update the console:
Place the CD in the Xbox 360 console.
Power cycle the Xbox 360 console. The update program will start automatically. Select Yes, update now and press A. Wait for the update to complete. When the console reboots, you're done. If this does not work then you need to sand your xbox in to microsoft.
Keep Checking Daily for the new update.

Jan 01, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Scratched discs

Check to see if there are any scratches or laser burn marks on the discs. Scratches or marks on discs will render game discs unplayable or will freeze the game and will often show a message stating “Disc Read Error” or something to that effect. Best remedy for starters, is to clean the discs and make sure there are no scratches or marks left on the play-side of the discs. A common problem that Xbox owners are reporting is if the console is moved during play, a whirring noise is heard and then when the disc is removed, very visible laser burn rings are found on the disc.

Laser burn, looks like complete or partial circular scratches around your disc, also known as “the ring of death”. This occurs to discs when the games console has been moved whilst playing, from an upright to a horizontal position or vice versa or simply knocked against or the wires may have been just tripped upon. Discs are then impaired by a ring of laser burn, which is a circular scratch into the disc. Some home remedies may help with very light scratches on some discs but a professional disc repair service is normally required to fix laser burn scratches or damage to XBOX discs.

For further help on Xbox & Xbox 360 disc repairs or to get XBOX discs repaired back to "As Good As New Condition", visit:

Check the “More Info” & “FAQ” Sections for further details on disc repairs and related matters, or send your discs for repair.

If this laser burn scenario is consistently happening to your game discs especially if the console has not been moved or bumped against while the discs is in play, the games console itself may require repair. You should contact Microsoft for assessment and guidelines.

Hope this Helps!!

Jan 17, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Playstation 2 slim console, doesn't spin so it doesn't read discs


The following could be the problem;

1. It could be that you inserted a wrong format of the CD.E.g Inserting a PAL cd into an NTSC console.

2.The CD is jammed and may need to be re-booted.

3. The CD you are inserting is a bad disc.

Best regards

Jan 05, 2010 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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How can i get a playstation 2 games and how can i copy to my cd

Are you talking about backing up your PS2 games?

For that you can use many different programs (Alcohol 120%, Nero, Magic Disc< etc.)
But this is the catch, you can back them up and burn them, but you can't play them. You see, Sony burns their games in a special way, the disk (PS2 game) tells the console, Hello I'm a PS2 game, but your backup would say, Hello I have this in me ("this" is what ever game). But ye you can play them, but for that ou woud need a mod chip. Mod chips void warranty and if not installed correctly, can ruin your console.

Anyways, hope this helps.

Jul 14, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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When I burn movies on cd's off kodak software the won't ply on my dvs player or my xbox. what do I need to change


Jul 02, 2008 | Video Game Consoles

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if you are trying to update directly from your pc to console, just try downloading the update to a cd then insert it into the game console for the update.. be sure the game is currently being ran online--meaning sometimes the old versions are not going to update.. best way to avoid that is to burn it to the cd as stated....hope this helps..thx, d

Mar 14, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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place a cd in the 360 then hit the guide button click teh cd nd click burn cd dnt do nething while its burning and then name your cd and there you go you got music on your 360 man

Dec 30, 2007 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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CD\DVD Writing

be sure to set "check disk contents after burning" or another similar setting before you burn your cd.

Dec 25, 2007 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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