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Cannot open file default exe for xbox360

Have been trying all day to try and open the default exe file with no joy -- its so I can copy onto cd or dvd to put in my sons xbox360 so he can play his old xbox games in there.

Have been dowloading stuff that says it can open it, then they just want money from me!
Can any one help?

thanks
Claire

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I know how to fix # 68 error code!
i watched a video on youtube and it worked for me, i know this sounds crazy but, it may have something to do with your hard drive -if you have one-
believe me or not, btw this worked for me, if you unplug everything and take out the hard drive and tap or hit -a light hit- on a table or wall, plug everything back in -including the hard drive- and tada! there you go!

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