Updating software on xbox360 live
Updating software on xbox360 live
It's either you read ALL burned media, or you read none, and to Microsoft's way of thinking, burned media equals piracy.i downloaded the update from and then i burned the unzipped file onto a CD put the CD in my xbox and restarted it and the update screen did not come up so then i triad unzipping the file and putting it on a CD and that did not work and then i triad putting the file itself on a CD and that did not work is this good i really want to learn this update my xbox this way because i don't have highspeed Internet so it's this way or no way There were many tiny little steps you did in those few words. I decline to write a step by step but will look over your detailed steps to see where it could be incorrect.Bobi did not think it mattered i was not trying to be a jerk or nothing i just thought when you put something on a CD no matter how you did it you burned it on there so my bad and yes i did use a drag and drop I make a folder on my desktop. Then I use CDBURNERXP to create a CLOSED SESSION CDR. About 1/2 will fail to create the CD.-Here's what I did and the update worked, sort of.
After a lot of searching Google for a solution, I found one.
It’s been a few months since we released 3.1 version. A few things were modified, few things added, however our main idea to create a XBOX 360-like gaming experience on PC remains the same. This small update reminds the older one but in fact it’s even smaller. It’s time to release the newest version of XBOX 360 Emulator! Also we answered your requests about adding 1600×900 screen resolution – it has been added and should work smoothly! Please always download the latest, updated version from the top of main page.
Thanks for reporting bugs and crashes, it really helps. This version isn’t a big deal – we just introduced a few minor improvements without adding any new features, resolutions or something. From now, the older releases of XBOX 360 Emulator will be no longer supported and we won’t provide download links for them.
Note: The USB flash drive must use the FAT32 file system.
For information about how to format a USB flash drive, see the “Format a USB flash drive” section of Xbox 360 USB flash drive support.
I then burned this folder to DVD and closed the session (opposite of making a multisession disc).
Booted up my XBox 360 put the DVD in, manually powered down the Xbox, then manually powered it back up again.However we actually work on new features and we promise to include them in the next XBOX 360 Emulator release. We’ve been working on version 2.3 for last few weeks and here it is. Today we will release the newest version of XBOX 360 Emulator – 2.3 with few new features and improvements. :) Please write any ideas, questions or bug reports in comments. Copy to a USB flash drive If you cannot connect your Xbox 360 console to the Internet, you can copy the console update from your computer to a USB flash drive and then install it on the console.Redmond's latest update isn't quite the overhaul it gave the gaming rig last year, but minor changes can have big effects.Join us after the break to see the machine's latest update, and what it means for you.I don't know if my Xbox 360 already supports backward compatibility (in the Xbox 360's case, the ability to play original Xbox games) for it, so I decided to update it.