Okay so I just bought Call Of Duty 4 and when i get to the loading screen for a new mission the screen reads Unreadable disk please clean disk with soft cloth and restart system so i've did itl but the cd has no scratches and the xbox 360 is less than a year old and i cannot continue on with the game cause the xbox isn't reading the disk why will it play all the other missions but freaks about this one loading station
Exact same thing happened to me. one load screen for one level on campaign always gives me that message. i took it to the store that i got it from and they laser cleaned it for me because i thought it might have been scratch related, but it didn't help a bit. exact same spot every time. the cod 4 campaign is the best campaign i've ever played, i couldn't live without finishing it, so i traded it in to a game store and used the credit to buy it again. it came to about $30. which sucks, but it was the only thing that fixed it.
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Re: Xbox 360 call of duty 4
Well, This happens alot, You could call the store you purchased it from to get a refund or a new disk, I think they should do this if you bought it from like sams club or walmart or somthing like that, It most likely is a Disk maulfuntcion
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From the sound of it, you may need to get a replacement disc. Sometimes during the packaging process games get damaged and if you just bought the game and still have the receipt then you should be able to get a replacement easily. What you may also try is a power cycle on you Xbox 360. Make sure Guitar Hero is in the system tray then unplug the power cable from the wall outlet and let it sit for 10-15 minutes. Plug it back in and turn on the console and see if it works.
This is more likely the fault of your DVD drive. I suggest having a professional look at your system to test the drive. If you are under your 1-year warranty, go to www.xbox.com, under the support section you can fill out a repair request. If you are out of warranty, contact me at [email protected] and I can discuss your repair options.
Sounds like the Xbox is trying to find a piece of data that it need to go further and because of a dirty or scratched disk, it can't find it. If you want to verify whether it's your disk or your Xbox, go to your local game rental store and rent a copy of the same game to see if you have the same problem.
Yhe only thing noticable here, is that the 360 elite has the 60 gig hard-drive instead of the Standard 20 gig, as fitted with the white 360. perhaps you might be able to try a 20 gig hard-drive on the box. May work, worth a shot. i,d also check microsofts site, for any game updates or patches for the game itself.
hope this helps ya buddy.
p.s plenty of people would be willing to trade your elite for a standard white 360. this would be another alternative.
I do believe its a problem with the disk. The disk may not be scratched or anything but it could possibly something internally wrong with it. I'd take the disk back and exchange it. Hope this helped! Have a great day!