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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

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NEED TO BURN TO AND CD-RW THAN IT SHOULD WORK FINE MOST OF THEM DON'T READ CD-R'S JUST CD-RW'S

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I BURNED A DVDRW ON MYCPU BUT IT WONT PLAY IT ON XBOX360 OR DVD PLAYERS


If you are trying to play music, then there could be only two problems.
1. Some DVD-RW can unintentionally trick you into thinking that they can play music, if inserted into the right machine. But really what it might really mean is that it can transport music, not play it.
2. The format of the file that you burned onto the disc may not be compatible with the type of DVD-RW that you have.

If you are trying to put an actually DVD/Movie onto the disc, then it is more than likely a format problem. I imagine that it may be really hard to get a video into the correct format so that it can be played on a DVD-RW.
I assume that whatever you are putting onto the DVD-RW is completely original. If it is not (such as a movie you got offline) then copyright laws will take all happiness out of your life.

Aug 04, 2011 | Video Game Consoles

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I burned a cd and the music wont play on my xbox it keeps teling me to xbox support how can i get it to work


Well Xbox only supports certain format disks, maybe your burned it as a Data Disk, and this would cause issues, Try burning it through itunes or Windows Media player, also if you have a USB stick you could but it on there and plug it into the bottom of your xbox and it will play the MP3's, hope this helps

Mar 14, 2011 | Video Game Consoles

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I need to find out how to update this system its a brand new system and i want to watch movies off of the flash drive can you help me


Plug your xbox 360 in to a router with internet access or alternatively use a wireless network if you are able using the instructions provided on the xbox 360.
It should update automatically to the latest version of software.
Currently the xbox 360 supports file formats of AVI, WMV, MPEG - 4 Part 2, H.264 and QuickTime movie formats. The file extensions included are as follows: .avi, .divx, .wmv, .mp4, .m4v, .mp4v, and .mov.
Make sure that the movie you want to play is on of these formats.
To check the format that the movie is in, just view its properties window.
There are many video converters out there that will allow you to change the format of a movie if it is no compatible. Simply go to download.com and search for "video converter" or "movie converter".
Hope this helps!

Mar 06, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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I burnt a movie onto dvd cdr that i had purchesed from i-tunes and it says i need to update my console but i cant find the update anywhere on the x-box website...i dont have x-box live was wondering if you...


The easiest way to update it would be to just connect the console to the internet, which wouldn't require Xbox live. Once the console is connected you should be prompted to update.
If you can't connect the console, you can download the update here: http://support.xbox.com/en-us/pages/xbox-360/how-to/update-xbox-360/system-updates.aspx#expandoContent1 And burn it to a CD or DVD, or just copy it to a flash drive. To download the file, just click the "download the update file" link under "Copy to a USB Flash Drive" or "Burn to a CD or DVD".

Mar 02, 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 "$SystemUpdate9199.zip" anywhere on your computer. Unzip the File. Copy the contents from the unzipped folder onto the root of your flash drive. Safely remove the flash drive from your computer and plug it into a USB port on your Xbox 360 console. If your console is on, turn it off, then back on. The update program will start automatically. Select Yes, update now. When you see the new dashboard, you're done. Burn a DVD or CD
Your other option is to download a file from Xbox.com and burn a DVD or CD. Use this method if you don't have your console connected to broadband, or if you use a dialup connection to the Internet. You could even do this at a friend's house who has a broadband Internet connection and a DVD or CD burner.
To create an update disc you need the following:
A DVD or CD burner. A blank, writeable DVD or CD. The update file from Xbox.com. This procedure involves burning the DVD or CD by using Microsoft Windows DVD or CD burning software. If you're using third-party CD/DVD writing software, follow the instructions for creating a data disc.
The same steps apply whether burning a CD or a DVD.
To create a DVD or CD:
Click here to begin downloading the update folder. Save it as "$SystemUpdate9199.zip" 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 $SystemUpdate.zip 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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It won't read guitar hero disc that come with guitar.


Please try this disc with another PC to ensure that the CD is good as most of them could be damaged data while it is burned.
If the data is good on another player, then confirm if the same players is within your PC if not you must install the same player so as to read the CD.
If the same player is already installed in your PC then un install and reload with a new software.

Oct 25, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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My xbox will not play regular movies or games. it


If your Xbox 360 will not play your games this is because of the sensors on the back of the drive overheating it is not normally the laser.

Luckily you can fix this yourself and get back to your games and to do this you need the proven Xbox 360 Repair guide.

Or you can send it in and they will fix it for you the repair will take about 4 weeks.

You can use the recommended guide to fix this and get back to gaming.

Once the heat stops the games start.

Feb 26, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Need help w/my DVD player


the problem is in the quality of the player suggest getting a better brand player

Jan 17, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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How can i save music to xbox360


you cant save music from your mp3 player to your xbox but you can put the music onto a cd and do it that way. Or you can hook up your xbox to you windows pc media center but burning the music you want to a cd and then saving it on your xbox will be easier.

Jan 15, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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