c4eva Spoke! (2012-10-29 #fw)

[2012-10-29 07:30PM UTC] #fw <c4eva> livelog complete on latest dash, original and backup, all good!

[Editor's note: this is in reference to dash 2.0.16197.0]

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28 Responses to c4eva Spoke! (2012-10-29 #fw) (Including 5 Discussion Threads)

  1. avatar Osca Rai says:

    THK for the news C4EVA! Keep it up, more news!

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  2. avatar lowa east sider says:

    thats awesome thank you guys

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  3. avatar lowa east sider says:

    just cant believe its actually here

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  4. avatar Drex says:

    Thanx C4

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  5. avatar 360 Pro says:

    Good Job C4eva good on you mate and keep up the awesome job your doing. :D

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  6. avatar Macdowell87 says:

    F**K YEAH!! THX C4EVA!!

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  7. avatar a different Chris says:

    Thanks c4eva :-)

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  8. avatar Bobby Fischer says:

    Thanks!! Way fast this time! :)

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  9. avatar flealee says:

    Thank you C4eva merry xmas!

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  10. avatar keeks says:

    is installing a game to Harddrive (given you have burnt it 100% correctly on right media) MORE or Less safe than playing off DVD.

    I would imagine playing off DVD would be safer beacuse Microsoft could just think the Disk or lazer is damaged?

    could you please answer this question big C

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    • avatar admin says:

      It's neither more or less safe. Even when you install to HDD, the disc is still required to be in the drive and the system performs periodic checks on disc. If it's an XGD3, additional checks are done on the disc via the Content Integrity Verification (CIV) API while playing. When installing an XGD3 to HDD, the system also performs CIV checks as it copies the data. Basically, whether you play off disc or install to HDD, the system does the same checks, so neither one is safer than the other.

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      • avatar keeks says:

        but when thous checks are performed to a spinning disk isnt there a larger room for the possiblity of Disk or Drive based errors.. when its copyed to HDD and is just data wouldnt it be more obviouse to microsoft seems only logical as its all "layed out for them" or are you sure its 100% . Also you say the CIV checks are done as it copies the data… is that to say "installing" a game is the most dagerious moment you have when playing a burned game as it checks 100% of the game.. but while playing it never installed it might only be looking at 70% of the disk? :( what you said makes me worried that i just flaged my self whiel installing my first game.!

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