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Just bought an XBox at the Pawn shop. Have it hooked up to an old TV (no plug in available for the red jack), can go through menus, etc. But not sure how to access the game I have in the console.

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Sorry but I think i have some bad news... You said you have the game in the console so it should automaticly load. If it dosnt you should try for a refund because the lens is messed up and cant read discs.

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