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The problem here is with the disc drive itself, not with whatever disc is getting stuck. Because of that, we recommend getting in touch with Microsoft for a repair or replacement using the contact methods above.
At this point, your console will be in low-resolution mode. Open the Settings menu and follow General > TV > Display Options > Video Modes. If you booted into low-resolution mode, change the resolution to match your TV.
Items you will need. Computer with DVD-R drive. Software capable of burning from ISO image. Blank DVD-R disc. Xbox 360 game backup disc The Wave 4 Boot Disc is a backup launcher for Xbox 360 that allows users to launch games from a backed up copy of a disc.
This means you can preserve your Xbox 360 originals or run imported games not designed for your country's Xbox 360 console. Running the Wave 4 disc is a simple matter of burning the disc ISO and running it as a DVD in your Xbox 360.
It's now possible to hack the Xbox 360 to make it read regular writable DVD discs. The hack is primary used to allow playback of leagal copies of the games you own. There is currently no way to run unsigned code, only signed code by Microsoft.
The first proof of a hacked firmware was actually for the Hitachi-LG and creditted for the_specialist at xboxhacker.net. But the first publicly available hacked firmware was for the Toshiba-Samsung, the Hitachi-LG firmware was released under a month afterwards. These firmwares was hacked and released by commodore4eva.
A firmware upgrade will update the code that controls the DVD drive. The firmware is responsible for open/close the tray, move the laser, focus and track the disc surface, send requested data from the disc to the operating system and a lot more. The code is stored on a small memory chip inside the DVD drive.
Once you have dumped the firmware, turn off the Xbox 360, boot into Windows XP and start KeyDrive Xtractor (KDX) by foros. This application will load your dumped firmware and read the key. Copy this key, open the hacked firmware, and paste the key into the DVD Key field to replace the 00's or FF'. Save the firmware as patched.bin (8+3 characters for DOS).
The easiest way is of course by software and the Slax Live CD happen to trigger the debug routine while it's loading. We can take advantace of this by doing a soft-reboot with the reset-button on the computer and boot back into Windows while the DVD drive is still in debug mode and will then be accessible from Windows. This only works of you have a compatible SATA controller/chipset, you quickly find out the first time try this method if it works or not.
Important: disconnect the two wires quickly after the drive is powered on, right when you hear the drive is making loud sounds, else the drive could be damaged. The drive will still be in debug mode when you disconnect the points.
If you experience errors, try opening the tray. Don't reboot the computer of you got a bad flash, it's still possible to recover if the drive still has the firmware in memory and is accessible. Use the method above to make sure the data on the chip is the same (1 byte difference ) as the hacked xtrm-e.bin file.
You are going to swap the large dvd with a Xbox 360 game disc without ejecting the tray, by either force the tray open using a paperclip and the eject-hole, or if that doesn't work, you have to open/disassemble the DVD drive to gain access to the disc. Also, you can not get the required security-sector file using this method, a matching SS file could be found online though, more below.
You need a disc that is filled with around or over 8 GB of data, it can be a data or movie disc. You can even burn this yourself if you don't have anything laying around. Movie dvds know to work: Hitch, Shrek, Saving Private Ryan, Underworld Evolution.
The reason for all this is that the TOC, or table of content size, of the movie dvd will exceed size of any Xbox 360 game and we can therefore do a normal straightforward dump of the disc because this bypasses the disc security added by Microsoft. Ejecting the disc would reset the TOC and after an eject the normal accessible TOC (Video DVD part) of any Xbox 360 game is only a few megabytes.
Remove the top case shield of the DVD drive by removing the screws that hold it together. When you have the top loose, take a look at it and notice the round plastic piece with a metalic ring in it that normally is holding the DVD disc down when it's spinning. You need to somehow, without damaging it, remove it from the top shield. You need this piece before you can proceed. Another way is to just put the top shield back on when nessecary if that's possible.
Start wxRipper, now eject the drive as normal, place the movie dvd in the tray, press the eject button and immediately when the tray has stopped retracting, put the plastic metalic ring on top of the disc where the spin-motor is popping up from beneath. The disc is now secure and ready to be spun up by the syste.
When the disc has spun up and is recognized, press the "Stop"-button or select "Stop" from the Hotswap-menu. For USB drives, you have to wait 2 minutes for it to shut down normally as the stop command does not work over USB.
When the movie dvd has spun down, without touching the eject button, remove the disc and swap it with the Xbox 360 Game DVD you want to dump. Press the "Play"-button or select "Play" from the menu. Wait a few moments for it to be recognized. Then press the "Find"-button or select "Find magic number" from the menu. A list of seven "Copy", "Dummy" and "Jump" actions will appear.
You going to send custom commands to the drive using DVDProInfo. The first 4 consquative commands are used to extract the security-sector and then the last command is to tell the drive to get ready to dump the game data. ISOBuster is used to dump the content of the disc.
The extracted security-sectors file will be combined with the game data and burned to the second layer of the dual layer disc. Without the correct security-sector the disc is rejected by the Xbox 360.
The reason you need a rather new (post-2004) DVD burner is that the way the firmware works is by masqurading the mediaflag to the Xbox 360 system. The burner has to support DVD-ROM bitsetting/mediaflag on DVD+R DL. Normally Xbox 360 games has a mediaflag like Xbox360Game and normal DVD+R discs has DVD+R. After changing the bitsetting it's detected as DVD-ROM instead. When the Xbox 360 system asks what kind of a disc is in the tray, the hacked firmware will tell the system that the normal DVD+R disc with the bittsetting set to DVD-ROM is indeed a Xbox360Game disc and will appear to the Xbox 360 system as a geniune game disc.
To burn the final iso-file use either CloneCD or DVD Decrypter. Many people have had success by setting the burning speed to 2.4x. Only use quality media if you want to avoid hadaches and problems later on. When finished make sure the Xbox 360 DVD drive is flashed with the normal hacked firmware and reassemble the console. Now it's finally time to check if the new backup disc is working.
Jason Ronald: It works the same as it does on Xbox One today. When you insert a game disc, the game data is installed to the internal SSD or expandable storage. When you play the game, the game runs directly from local storage, but you must still have the disc inserted as the disc provides the license for the game.
An Xbox One S that I got doesn't seem to be working right. First my friend handed it to me because he couldn't eject the disc; i used the paperclip to manually eject it. Then he comes back to me a week later and now the console wont even turn on. I plugged it in properly but when i press the power button it will light up with the usual beep but then immediately shut off. Anyone have an idea what I can do? Would this be a power brick issue or something else?
I had this problem a while ago (maybe 6 months), so I just accepted that my xbox was dead. I turned it on a couple weeks ago and it worked! Since then I've been playing consistently, and just this morning the problem came back. Hoping a easier solution is here, otherwise, it's going to be a while till I play
The Xbox 360 video game console is subject to a number of technical problems and failures that can render it unusable. However, many of the issues can be identified by a series of glowing red lights flashing on the face of the console; the three flashing red lights (nicknamed the "Red Ring of Death" or the "RRoD") being the most infamous. There are also other issues that arise with the console, such as discs becoming scratched in the drive and "bricking" of consoles due to dashboard updates. Since its release on November 22, 2005, many articles have appeared in the media portraying the Xbox 360's failure rates, with the latest estimate by warranty provider SquareTrade to be 23.7% in 2009, and currently the highest estimate being 54.2% by a Game Informer survey.
On February 8, 2008, during the Game Developers Conference 2008, Microsoft announced that the "Failure rate has officially dropped", but without mentioning any specifics. The same month, electronics warranty provider SquareTrade published an examination of 1040 Xbox 360s and said that they suffered from a failure rate of 16.4% (one in six). Of the 171 failures, 60% were due to a general hardware failure (and thus fell under the 3 year extended warranty). And of the remaining 40% which were not covered by the extended warranty, 18% were disc read errors, 13% were video card failures, 13% were hard drive freezes, 10% were power issues and 7% were disc tray malfunctions. SquareTrade also stated that its estimates are likely significantly lower than reality due to the time span of the sample (six to ten months), the eventual failure of many consoles that did not occur within this time span and the fact that most owners did not deal with SquareTrade and had their consoles repaired directly through Microsoft via the much publicized extended RROD warranty. 1e1e36bf2d