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Old 31-12-2001, 11:56
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xbox anyone?

I bought an xbox game, thinking a pc cd drive could at least read it. Well, it can't be read on a pc. Does anyone know if this is possible and who has files or emulators to do the job? The present format on the cd is NTSC.

Many thanks in advance!

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Old 01-01-2002, 22:51
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George (31-12-2001 19:56):
I bought an xbox game, thinking a pc cd drive could at least read it. Well, it can't be read on a pc. Does anyone know if this is possible and who has files or emulators to do the job? The present format on the cd is NTSC.

Many thanks in advance!

aka garr
Nope, can't be done. Not now and probably not ever. Sorry to disappoint you. What game did you buy and how much will you sell it for? ;-)
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Old 02-01-2002, 10:56
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I agree with last member post.......x box seems to have a lot of specific things quite peculiar from a standart pc.To be precise the hd file system of this console seems to be an advanced version of windows Xp NTFS .For a complete review of the xbox specifications visit a review on www.cdfreaks.com
By now Xbox filesystem is unknown but with a seagate hd in it in some time could be emulated like fat32 or ntfs on unix systems and windows systems....Let's wait....
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