How to flash new burner and how to check the games?

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2011-10-19 at 08:09PM UTC #2468
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magicman05

I want to first thank c4 and everyone else who makes this possible but I’ve been looking around on forums and haven’t been able to find the answers 1) how are the new burners going to be flashed with burn max? and 2) how can we be sure the games have burned without any errors? ABGX isn’t updated for xdg3 is it going to be or is there going to be another process for which we can test and see if the games have been backed up correctly (burned without errors)?

2011-10-19 at 08:30PM UTC #2473
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ILocDogI

1) with a new upcoming version of jungleflasher. You can find the tutorials on the usual places when the firmware and the new jungleflasher are out.

2)You can be sure when you don’t get any error messages while burning.

3)There will be coming a new version of abgx in the future. Just wait for it.

2011-10-19 at 08:38PM UTC #2475
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twisted247

new burner is liteon and liteon has a app for flashing/updating the drives firmware neway should beable to use it as well as jf when released. abgx was for patching the iso and with the new method there is no need to patch the game use only trusted scene releases or better yet get u a gamefly account rip them ur self and you know its 100% good to go. but the days of random downloading and running thru abgx burn may be gone and it will be up to the person in question to make sure there booting a legit copy. i think thats the best way rip ur own.

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2011-10-19 at 08:53PM UTC #2477
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magicman05

thanks for the reply’s

2011-10-19 at 10:11PM UTC #2485
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magicman05

I understand abgx was for patching the iso’s but if you had a backed up game on a disc and ran it through abgx it would let you know if it was “safe” to play online. I also understand that yeah if it burns with no errors it must be error free but what I was referring to was the new CIV checks is there going to be a way to test the them (the discs) to see if they are “safe”? But again thanks for the info it’s been very helpful and thanks c4, team jungle and everyone else for making this possible.

2011-10-20 at 01:35AM UTC #2506
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jethrotull

Until this new 0800 firmware and burner max firmware came out (Thanks c4eva!) there was no way possible to make an exact 1:1 copy of a disc so abgx was created to fill in the missing pieces that were left out from older version of XBC. With an exact 1:1 copy unless something happens during the ripping process the disc should be identical to an original. That’s what makes them safe, is M$ was checking random bits of useless data at the end of the disk that wasn’t being burned due to the old burners limitations. Since all the data is on the disc, it will all check out with M$ and everyone is happy.

2011-10-20 at 12:47PM UTC #2532
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twisted247

jethrotull. good wording and explained it great bro. post should not need anymore explanations as jethrotull has broke it down for u guys. we r in better shape now then ever guys!! no worries! good luck to all!!

2011-10-20 at 03:59PM UTC #2544
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wc878

@twisted247
we’re not suppose to talk about piracy. if you “get a gamefly account”, then you dont own the game. We are using this ti play “back ups” of games we own.

2011-10-20 at 06:17PM UTC #2562
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tonymarco134

Thats fine with me but will there be a tut how to burn your own back ups with the new lite on b drive because ive never made a copy of my own so thats what i am worried about, Ive always downloaded games Any help will be appreciated a tut or something

2011-10-20 at 08:41PM UTC #2592
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ILocDogI

You can find the tutorials on the usual places when the firmware is out.

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